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VX 6000 vs. VX 4500

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by cenmassguy, May 19, 2004.

  1. CWick

    CWick Bronze Senior Member
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    With my V60i, I would see analog come up from time to time at my house, where I have a weak signal. I would try to make an analog call and it would never hold the signal. I had forced the phone into analog a few times....never worked.
     
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  2. neilk

    neilk Junior Member
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    Ditto with my Startac 7868, the phone before I found and fell in love with LG. In southern California ... Irvine and Fullerton areas, analog did nothing for me, it was useless. I could not receive or place a call with analog forced or automatically switched into. When it came to accepting a digital only phone, I was a bit concerned, but then told myself that analog is useless here anyway, why would I expect more elsewhere.
     
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  3. Tony E!

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    i know plenty, maybe it's the area you live at... :rasp:
     
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