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ATT Wireless vs Voicestream

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by kobeat, Jul 9, 2002.

  1. kobeat

    kobeat New Member

    Jul 9, 2002
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    Thanks to those who provided the information I was asking about. VoiceStream seems to work great at my house including the basement. I chose the Samsung N105 (Amazon.com had a rebate that covers the one day delivery charge and some extras). So far so good the few calls I've made and received were clear with two bars and to another cell phone. Haven't figured out the phone book yet but then again I haven't read that section of the manual either! I was reading somehere else in this forum (cannot find it now or recall which phone it was) on how to get the cell company name off the screen (my says T-Mobile across the middle of the screen when not in use). Is it possible to do this with the Samsung N105 and does anyone know how?
  2. aiwapro

    aiwapro Silver Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Jan 9, 2002
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    You have to get a cable and download logomanager. I can't give you exact directions because I have never done it before.
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I dont know anyone who would stay connected on a unanswered or busy call for more than 30 sec anyway. So that wouldn't really matter!
  4. Jack

    Jack Silver Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Oct 31, 2001
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    My Phone:
    Motorola T720
    Wireless Provider(s):

    Glad to see that you are happy with t-mobile

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