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    Dissed and Disgusted
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  2. #2
    Robert Saville
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?

    Sony are generally junk

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    Ryan
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?

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    compared to the problems I've had with Nokia over the past two years,
    my Sony works wonderfully! Great reception, decent battery life, easy
    to use. My only complaint is that the loudest ring setting is still
    not quite loud enough for my partially deaf ears.



  4. #4
    The Blue
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?



    Ryan wrote:

    > "Robert Saville" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
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    >>Sony are generally junk
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    > compared to the problems I've had with Nokia over the past two years,
    > my Sony works wonderfully! Great reception, decent battery life, easy
    > to use. My only complaint is that the loudest ring setting is still
    > not quite loud enough for my partially deaf ears.


    I have had both nokia 3590 and sony ericsson T306. The sony had better
    signal( both were on AT&T GSM network in new jersey which is BAD). more
    feature for the same price. but the nokia rigner was much louder.
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    ImKukie
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?

    Working in a service center for a cellular company that carries both SONY &
    Nokia phones. Of the percentage of Nokia phones sold that we get back for
    service is aprox 15-20%

    As for Sony, more like 40-50% it was so bad with the sony phones that they
    discontinued selling new handsets & only offer whats left of the Fact.
    Refurb. at a discount just to get rid of them.

    The most common complaints w/ the sony phones is the phone book deleting
    itself, they keypad malfunctioning & the charge port becoming loose & no
    longer being able to charge.

    With the Nokia the most common defect was the ringers no longer working.
    Vibration still did but the ringer didn't.

    Having owned 2 different Nokias I know they will take much abuse (i am
    REALLY clumsy) before they crap out on you. I have even heard stories where
    the phone got wet & continued to work shortly after.

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    The Blue
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?

    you

    ImKukie wrote:

    > Working in a service center for a cellular company that carries both SONY &
    > Nokia phones. Of the percentage of Nokia phones sold that we get back for
    > service is aprox 15-20%
    >
    > As for Sony, more like 40-50% it was so bad with the sony phones that they
    > discontinued selling new handsets & only offer whats left of the Fact.
    > Refurb. at a discount just to get rid of them.
    >
    > The most common complaints w/ the sony phones is the phone book deleting
    > itself, they keypad malfunctioning & the charge port becoming loose & no
    > longer being able to charge.
    >
    > With the Nokia the most common defect was the ringers no longer working.
    > Vibration still did but the ringer didn't.
    >
    > Having owned 2 different Nokias I know they will take much abuse (i am
    > REALLY clumsy) before they crap out on you. I have even heard stories where
    > the phone got wet & continued to work shortly after.


    The phone books deleting themselves is a big problem I had it happen
    with 2 different ericssons and 1 sony ericsson. now as far as abuse well
    one ericsson I dropped in a puddle on christmas day. I found it frozen
    over the next day. 3 days later the phone was working the the display
    was never 100% but other that that it worked great. Now my nokia also
    took a beating. I move furniture part time so any phone I have gets
    dropped and bumped a lot. But the lost phone book thing i have heard
    every ericsson model has a problem with that. Now I copy mine onto my
    sim card. thank got for sim cards

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    Ryan
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    Re: How good are Sony phones?

    [email protected] (Matapalo) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I found your post very honest and interesting and it coincides with my
    > own experience.
    >
    > I had a Sony t68 and it was CONGENITALLY incapable of working.
    > Problem? RECEPTION. I would swap my SIM card to a Nokia 6200 in a
    > place where the SONY couldn't send or receive, but alas, the Nokia
    > did.
    >
    > And the only thing Sony or AT&T would do is keep replacing the
    > defective t68 with a new defective t68.
    >
    > Your signature comment about why can't children read the bible in
    > school but prisoners can read it while incarcerated?
    >
    > I think the answer lies where most of God's truths (laws) lie - in the
    > universal laws of "cause and effect" of which the law of "supply and
    > demand" conforms too. Given the choice, most children would NOT want
    > to read the bible in school. They don't need it. They don't want to
    > read it. Prisoners? Well, what better place to get religion? There
    > is definitely demand in that market.
    >
    > Jesus told people to take care of the ill, poor and those in prison.
    > He said absolutely nothing about administering to the healthy.
    >
    > They don't need a physician.
    >
    > Think about it.
    >
    > Also think about this. You can have a handful of seed and divide it
    > into two equal parts. You can cast one part into a piece of ground
    > you are standing on in January and the frozen earth will not receive
    > the seed. Yet throw the other part of identical seed onto the
    > identical ground in April, and behold, a harvest awaits you.
    >
    > Like it is written, "To everything there is a season, and a time to
    > every purpose under heaven...."
    >
    > People aren't going to get it until they are READY to get it.
    >
    > We see it throughout our lives.
    >
    > For example, the woman who stays with the drunken, abusive husband
    > even though her friends and support network are unanimous in their
    > support for her to leave and even when a fool can see the truth.
    >
    > The drug addict or alcoholic who won't quit no matter what the
    > consequences, no matter what the cost. Why? Because pain and
    > punishment are not enough to lead a man from his folly.
    >
    > But give him something he likes more than drinking, more than getting
    > high - and watch him move mountains!
    >
    > A man will always move when he is called from the LESSER PLEASURE to
    > the GREATER PLEASURE. Not when he gets punished or hurt for seeking
    > his pleasure, for pursuing his desires.
    >
    > God works more through the positive principle (growth) than the
    > negative (pain and consequences).
    >
    > Be glad for those whose crimes lead them to implore their God to make
    > his presence known.
    >
    > And those school children? Don't worry about them. In the future, in
    > prison, in marriage or somewhere else in life they will implore their
    > God to re-establish his presence. They will issue the invitation when
    > the season is nigh.
    >
    > Do you think a good father will let one of his children perish? No.
    > God is pretty godly that way. He gives you all the rope you need, but
    > he won't let one of his own perish unless it suits his purpose - a
    > purpose man is given not to know.
    >



    *checks the subject of the thread* hmmm, didnt see anything about
    Religious Cellular....



  8. #8

    Re: How good are Sony phones?

    Consumer reports rated them as the best of the best. The only ones to
    get FIVE STAR rating. The quality of service you get is from your
    service provider. Unfortunately I have a 5-Star phone but a 3-Star
    provider. Guess that gives me 4 star service or maybe only the weakest
    link @ 3 Star. Whatever...... it works everywhere we have gone, even
    to the islands. My only complaint is I can't get extended length
    batteries for them.

    I still liked the old analog phones better. Much better connectivity
    and less drops. They went digital to allow more bandwidth so they
    could sell more service NOT to make our calls clearer. There are
    places inside buildings that the analog worked fine but the digital
    gets NO bars.

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