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Moto Q question

Discussion in 'Alltel Forum' started by AliceF, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. AliceF

    AliceF New Member

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    I finally won a little money at the casino and now have enough to purchase a Moto Q and a few accessories.

    I don't really know anyone with this phone so I am wondering how those who have it feel about it. Since I am not eligible for a new phone I will be paying the full retail price of $409. Is it worth this price? And if I were to buy some accessories to go with it, what would be good to start with? Also, will my Motorola HS850 be compatible with this phone?

    I guess I'm wanting someone to convince me that I really NEED this phone. Any input will be appreciated.
     
  2. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    I really, really, really like the Motorola Q but I can't afford one.

    I have played around with two of my coworkers' Qs and I think they're great.

    If you're not using them for a business application then there is no real way you could possibly "need" a Q but it can do a ton of stuff.

    As far as accessories, I'd say the first thing you will want is the extended battery and extended battery door. The Q won't last an entire 8-10 hours without one and the extended battery will last about 2.5 days. Second would probably be a Bluetooth headset, but since I see you already have one, I would say a protective case would be next on the list.

    Good luck and remember that you'll have a trial period in which you can return the Q if you're not satisifed with it. Just remember that you'll need to have the intact box, manual, charger and anything else that came with it and it has to be undamaged.
     
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  3. scottb

    scottb Bronze Senior Member
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    I've had my Moto Q for almost a year and I love it. Before it I had a PPC, a Palm and another Smartphone. The Q is by far my favorite. The first accessories I suggest are extra chargers. I keep one on my night stand and one on my desk at work, connected to a cradle. Then there is a extra in the kitchen. My wife keeps one in the den and I we each have one in our car. Lucky for us, her Bluetooth headset uses the same charger, so that's one of our extras. I don't use the extended battery because the slimness of the phone is a major feature for me. I do have an extra standard battery.

    I use it for email, calendar, tasks and contacts. I keep notes on it, and essentially use it to manage my life. It's my alarm clock too.
     

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