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Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by yoscowboy, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. yoscowboy

    yoscowboy New Member

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    i have a i205 with nextel partners having signal troubles close to tower they tell me if i get i305 it will help some is this true is there any way to peak the power in my i205 i dont want to by the new phone if its not better any sugestions
     
  2. JJSeminole

    JJSeminole Senior Member
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    I don't think you're going to see any sort of dramatic improvement with signal with a i205 vs and i305. I've had a i205, i710, i830, now i730 and personally I think the i205 held the best signal.
     
  3. lilprincess2

    lilprincess2 Bronze Senior Member
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    Sounds like they just want you to buy another phone so they can make some money. This is what i don't get, how can one phone have better reception than another, cause when i ported to Nextel i asked which phone they had with better reception and i was told they all get the same reception. They told me no one phone is better than the next because of that. That said i got the i860, i've carried around the i860, i760, i730 and another which i forgot the model # but they all had the same service wherever i went so i guess what they said were true. Or atleast in my area anyway and im in a partners market as well.
     

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