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    i HATE verizon phones but i've been with them for the past 8 years. there's no use having a cool phone if you can't use it as a phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeShootsNScores View Post
    I'd love to take one of those home. I have the VX9900 right now (EnV) and I swear by it. The phone does everything for me!
    I totally dig mine, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeShootsNScores View Post
    Yeah... that is the big negative with VZW... However, it isn't something that for me personally is so crushing as to not choose their service. So far I've always liked what they give me....
    does the music that you put on that phone also have to be purchased from Verizon? If so then I would never buy a multi-media phone from them at all. It just kills it for me. Just think about how much $$$ it would take to fill that sucker up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePuck View Post
    does the music that you put on that phone also have to be purchased from Verizon? If so then I would never buy a multi-media phone from them at all. It just kills it for me. Just think about how much $$$ it would take to fill that sucker up.
    No, i can put my own unprotected mp3s on my verizon samsung a930

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    iPhone for me!!!

    now, going to be open for 3rd party apps as well!

    ::does happy dance::

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    Quote Originally Posted by HattrickTR View Post
    No, i can put my own unprotected mp3s on my verizon samsung a930
    damn...imagine loading it up with music and then losing the device. Talk about getting double ****ed.

    My provider is T-Mobile. They let you do anything with your phone and they are rolling out phones that will allow you to make WiFi calls. Once that is available on a wider variety of phones I think T-Mobile is going to start kicking Verizon ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePuck View Post
    damn...imagine loading it up with music and then losing the device. Talk about getting double ****ed.

    My provider is T-Mobile. They let you do anything with your phone and they are rolling out phones that will allow you to make WiFi calls. Once that is available on a wider variety of phones I think T-Mobile is going to start kicking Verizon ass.
    NEVER going to happen, nationally. Verizon is so far ahead of them its not even funny in terms of dollars adn suscribers. The only way Tmobile can even make a dent is to buy Sprint or ATT

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    Quote Originally Posted by HattrickTR View Post
    No, i can put my own unprotected mp3s on my verizon samsung a930
    I've done the same with my LG enV. The only problem I've run into is that the volume is way to high with my headphones even at the lowest volume setting. Very strange... I guess I just have to buy some volume adjusting headphones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePuck View Post
    nice phone but personally I refuse to switch to Verizon. I'll stick with my current provider until Verizon allows me to put my own content on my phone. If it's MY phone I don't want some douchebag provider limiting what I can do with it.
    thats the only real problem i have with the xbox 360...you cant mod it and get on xbox live...Microsoft will zap it so that unit cant ever get on live again....its my xbox...why cant i mod it

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePuck View Post
    damn...imagine loading it up with music and then losing the device. Talk about getting double ****ed.

    My provider is T-Mobile. They let you do anything with your phone and they are rolling out phones that will allow you to make WiFi calls. Once that is available on a wider variety of phones I think T-Mobile is going to start kicking Verizon ass.
    well, when you load music you should have a copy on your hard drive. if you lose it, you just reload it on your new phone.

    wifi is nice, but it still doesn't improve reception when you leave the house. it won't kick verizon's ass. maybe at&t... but they won't touch verizon. and if it goes well, every other provider will implement the same thing.

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