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  1. #1
    Matt Alanzo
    Guest
    Re: Motorola V600

    Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.

    I paid T-mobile a premium for two of these units. Less than a year
    later we have replaced the battery on both units and have replaced one
    entire unit entirely. The first unit after charging overnight now
    holds a standby charge for only 12-18 hours. The second unit, a
    replacement for the original unit that quit holding any charge after
    11 months, now charges all night for less than a half hour of standby
    &#147use&#148.

    Never again Motorola.

    Great styling and promise.

    Abysmal battery / power management. DO NOT PURCHASE!!

    cc Ronald Garriques
    Executive Vice President; President, Mobile Devices
    Motorola Inc.
    1303 E. Algonquin Road
    Schaumburg,IL 60196
    (847) 576-5000
    Fax (847) 576-5372

    I tried to write this to ww.epinions.com but their site is undergoing
    maintenance.



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  2. #2

    Re: Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.


    Matt Alanzo wrote:
    > Re: Motorola V600
    >
    > Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.
    >
    > I paid T-mobile a premium for two of these units. Less than a year
    > later we have replaced the battery on both units and have replaced

    one
    > entire unit entirely. The first unit after charging overnight now
    > holds a standby charge for only 12-18 hours. The second unit, a
    > replacement for the original unit that quit holding any charge after
    > 11 months, now charges all night for less than a half hour of standby
    > &#147use&#148.
    >
    > Never again Motorola.
    >
    > Great styling and promise.
    >
    > Abysmal battery / power management. DO NOT PURCHASE!!
    >
    > cc Ronald Garriques
    > Executive Vice President; President, Mobile Devices
    > Motorola Inc.
    > 1303 E. Algonquin Road
    > Schaumburg,IL 60196
    > (847) 576-5000
    > Fax (847) 576-5372
    >
    > I tried to write this to ww.epinions.com but their site is undergoing
    > maintenance.


    email me, I'll buy them from you.




  3. #3
    Mario Joćo
    Guest

    Re: Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.

    My V600 is 1 year old and just works fine.

    "Matt Alanzo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Re: Motorola V600
    >
    > Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.
    >
    > I paid T-mobile a premium for two of these units. Less than a year
    > later we have replaced the battery on both units and have replaced one
    > entire unit entirely. The first unit after charging overnight now
    > holds a standby charge for only 12-18 hours. The second unit, a
    > replacement for the original unit that quit holding any charge after
    > 11 months, now charges all night for less than a half hour of standby
    > &#147use&#148.
    >
    > Never again Motorola.
    >
    > Great styling and promise.
    >
    > Abysmal battery / power management. DO NOT PURCHASE!!
    >
    > cc Ronald Garriques
    > Executive Vice President; President, Mobile Devices
    > Motorola Inc.
    > 1303 E. Algonquin Road
    > Schaumburg,IL 60196
    > (847) 576-5000
    > Fax (847) 576-5372
    >
    > I tried to write this to ww.epinions.com but their site is undergoing
    > maintenance.






  4. #4
    CJD
    Guest

    Re: Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.

    meh, would never have bought a V600 anyway.
    You want quality Moto, hit the V635, sw quality control is on this model,
    not like the other Vseries, six sigma is back!
    "Mario Joćo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > My V600 is 1 year old and just works fine.
    >
    > "Matt Alanzo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Re: Motorola V600
    > >
    > > Three strikes and Motorola is OUT.
    > >
    > > I paid T-mobile a premium for two of these units. Less than a year
    > > later we have replaced the battery on both units and have replaced one
    > > entire unit entirely. The first unit after charging overnight now
    > > holds a standby charge for only 12-18 hours. The second unit, a
    > > replacement for the original unit that quit holding any charge after
    > > 11 months, now charges all night for less than a half hour of standby
    > > &#147use&#148.
    > >
    > > Never again Motorola.
    > >
    > > Great styling and promise.
    > >
    > > Abysmal battery / power management. DO NOT PURCHASE!!
    > >
    > > cc Ronald Garriques
    > > Executive Vice President; President, Mobile Devices
    > > Motorola Inc.
    > > 1303 E. Algonquin Road
    > > Schaumburg,IL 60196
    > > (847) 576-5000
    > > Fax (847) 576-5372
    > >
    > > I tried to write this to ww.epinions.com but their site is undergoing
    > > maintenance.

    >
    >






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