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  1. #1
    Paul R
    Guest
    Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced one
    recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear them.
    Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after calling
    out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves. This
    happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line phone.

    Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    just a problem with mine?
    --
    Paul R





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  2. #2
    Mike Gratis
    Guest

    Re: Problems with i730?

    Paul R wrote:

    > Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced
    > one recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    > conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear
    > them. Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after
    > calling out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves.
    > This happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line
    > phone.
    >
    > Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    > just a problem with mine?


    I haven't had that problem with mine. I know two other people with this
    phone who I see on a regular basis, and they haven't mentioned it to me,
    either. Perhaps it's a reception/transmission issue with your area....?

    --

    Mike Gratis




  3. #3

    Re: Problems with i730?

    On Sat, 24 Apr 2004 11:39:19 GMT, "Paul R" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced one
    >recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    >conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear them.
    >Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after calling
    >out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves. This
    >happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line phone.
    >
    >Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    >just a problem with mine?



    I have this with my i80s from time to time. My wife has a 730 but has not
    mentioned having this happen to her.




  4. #4
    Andy
    Guest

    Re: Problems with i730?

    This has happened with my 730, my old 95 and my older 85. I think its just
    part of cellular service, being in an area with weak service.

    Andy


    "Paul R" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced

    one
    > recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    > conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear

    them.
    > Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after calling
    > out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves. This
    > happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line phone.
    >
    > Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    > just a problem with mine?
    > --
    > Paul R
    >
    >






  5. #5
    wideglide01
    Guest

    Re: Problems with i730?

    Previously in alt.cellular.nextel, [email protected]
    proclaimed :

    >On Sat, 24 Apr 2004 11:39:19 GMT, "Paul R" <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >
    >>Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced one
    >>recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    >>conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear them.
    >>Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after calling
    >>out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves. This
    >>happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line phone.
    >>
    >>Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    >>just a problem with mine?

    >
    >
    >I have this with my i80s from time to time. My wife has a 730 but has not
    >mentioned having this happen to her.



    we have three i730's and haven't had this problem.
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  6. #6
    harryt
    Guest

    Re: Problems with i730?

    Welcome to digital service. X's or O's, on or off, you have it or you
    don't, No static! Your voice is converted to data and smashed into a
    packet and sent over the air then converted back to analog. Meaning
    if it is to weak you lose packets and parts of the conversation. In or
    out doesn't matter. That is why it often sounds like you are gargling
    under water.

    All the 3 digit Nextel phones(i730, 205..) use a different size (6:1
    ratio) for the packets of data than the 2 digit phones (i90, i85..)
    (3:1 ratio)for the cellular service. So the quality of a cellular
    call will be less on a 3 digit phone in a weak area. But on the up
    side the change allows Nextel to double it's cellular capacity.



    "Paul R" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Have one since Feb this year and in the last 2 months I have experienced one
    > recurring problem in about 7 out of 10 calls: Sometime during the
    > conversation the other party can no longer hear me, though I can hear them.
    > Invariably, the other party will believe I hung up, so that after calling
    > out many "Hello? Hello? You still there?" they hang up themselves. This
    > happens whether or not the other party uses a cell or land line phone.
    >
    > Is this a common problem with other 730s (or other Nextel phones)? Perhaps
    > just a problem with mine?




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