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do I dare to get the DARE?

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by johnner1999, Sep 14, 2008.

  1. johnner1999

    johnner1999 Junior Member
    Junior Member

    Oct 8, 2002
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    I hope I can get some good feedback on this - not start a flamewar of sorts...

    I have two iPhone 3G's at the moment (me and my wife) and we love them since we use Macs and iTunes not to mention all of the slick features!!!


    I just started a new job where I can get a HEALTHY discount with either Verizon or Sprint. To the point where I can save about $43 a month on my bill and have phone insurance again.

    The Sprint Instinct seems too clumsy (at least from an iPhone user) -- I saw a Dare the other day and seems pretty cool BUT the store had not activated it so no internet :-(

    we use our phones in the way (most to least)

    - web surfing (not our primary net decvice but while at work, out to eat on vacation it beats hauling around a computer)

    - e-mail (gmail)

    - texting a bunch

    - mp3 playback while going for walks (can you plug in a stereo hetset that has built-in mic like the iphone and it will let you know when some one texted or calls?

    - and a phone

    I have many questions but I'll try not to ramble

    How well does it stand up to daily use, I typically leave mine in my pockets with keys and such - damage at all to my iPhone? Transferring playlists to the Dare from iTunes any easy way? (I can dual boot into a Vista system). Can you buy mini applications like the itunes? Can you easily transport photo's onto the mini-sd card that can be read by a computer (I know in the past Verizon didn't allow that sort of thing??)

    Well thanks and I hope to join the Virizon family soon

  2. bobbyd1

    bobbyd1 New Member

    Sep 18, 2008
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    I don't have the dare but it depends on your needs. If $43 is a lot of money to you, then I would switch to Verizon. However, in terms of the phone, I heard that while the dare is decent, it does not beat the iPhone. The iPhone is a versatile phone.
  3. kranium007

    kranium007 Bronze Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Aug 25, 2002
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    My Phone:
    Samsung Galaxy S4
    Wireless Provider(s):
    The Network
    I have been using the Dare since the day it came out. LOVE IT.

    -GREAT battery life
    -Touch Screen is right on!!
    -Fast Data speeds
    -Huge Text Inbox capacity
    -Great Sound
    -Great Features

    As with most touch screens, it is hard to see in sun light.

    I have also sold the dare to many customers and they all love it.
  4. geoffRN

    geoffRN New Member

    Jan 2, 2007
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    Saint Johns, AZ.
    My Phone:
    Verizon enV Touch
    Wireless Provider(s):
    I use the Verizon DARE, LOVE the Phone, The touch screen takes a few to get used to. The broswer rocks, (New Firm updates) Camera 3.2 meg, Really good, Day or night with flash, Great phone. Had it for a year.

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