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  1. #1
    Newsgroup
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    I just bought a new unlocked Sony Ericsson originally made to use with
    Fido but I am using it with Rogers AT&T .

    I noticed immediately after making a few test calls and leaving
    messages on my voice mail using a friends Fido Sim Card and my Rogers
    that my phone left really poor sounding messages. They generally
    sound staticy, unclear, and distant. In some cases, it sounded like I
    was in a tunnel. I tested in various areas including those with
    excellent coverage (maximum signal strength.

    Is the T200 naturally poor in transmission or is the phone defective?

    Assistance/advice is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks



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  2. #2
    Deep Blue
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    Re: Poor Voice Quality While Transmitting -Sony Ericsson T200

    The T200 isn't the best sounding phone, but it shouldn't be that bad. I
    mean, it's good enough for me to have used it daily for nearly 1 year now.

    So I'd say it's probably defective.


    ~Deep Blue~

    "Newsgroup" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I just bought a new unlocked Sony Ericsson originally made to use with
    > Fido but I am using it with Rogers AT&T .
    >
    > I noticed immediately after making a few test calls and leaving
    > messages on my voice mail using a friends Fido Sim Card and my Rogers
    > that my phone left really poor sounding messages. They generally
    > sound staticy, unclear, and distant. In some cases, it sounded like I
    > was in a tunnel. I tested in various areas including those with
    > excellent coverage (maximum signal strength.
    >
    > Is the T200 naturally poor in transmission or is the phone defective?
    >
    > Assistance/advice is greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks






  3. #3
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    Re: Poor Voice Quality While Transmitting -Sony Ericsson T200

    "Deep Blue" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > The T200 isn't the best sounding phone, but it shouldn't be that bad. I
    > mean, it's good enough for me to have used it daily for nearly 1 year now.
    >
    > So I'd say it's probably defective.
    >
    >
    > ~Deep Blue~
    >
    > "Newsgroup" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I just bought a new unlocked Sony Ericsson originally made to use with
    > > Fido but I am using it with Rogers AT&T .
    > >
    > > I noticed immediately after making a few test calls and leaving
    > > messages on my voice mail using a friends Fido Sim Card and my Rogers
    > > that my phone left really poor sounding messages. They generally
    > > sound staticy, unclear, and distant. In some cases, it sounded like I
    > > was in a tunnel. I tested in various areas including those with
    > > excellent coverage (maximum signal strength.
    > >
    > > Is the T200 naturally poor in transmission or is the phone defective?
    > >
    > > Assistance/advice is greatly appreciated.
    > >
    > > Thanks


    I dont know if this is true or not, but someone said that because the
    phone
    wasn't made for or tweaked for Rogers, but for Fido and is is unlocked
    then this
    may be a contributing factor to the poor TX but the RX is fine. This
    makes no sense to me since thephones available in Europe or Asia come
    unlocked anyways?



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