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  1. #1
    Stanley Reynolds
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    Yes, I know boost doesn't activate nextel phones. How do I enter into the
    phone book the direct connect number like 123*456*7890 my phone only takes
    the first 3 digits. I can save the number in the phone book if the other
    party connects first. I used the direct connect feature several times
    yesterday but the $1.50 was not charged to my account, are they slow or was
    it a first day grace ?



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  2. #2
    j
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    Re: Boost and i30sx


    "Stanley Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Yes, I know boost doesn't activate nextel phones. How do I enter into the
    > phone book the direct connect number like 123*456*7890 my phone only takes
    > the first 3 digits. I can save the number in the phone book if the other
    > party connects first. I used the direct connect feature several times
    > yesterday but the $1.50 was not charged to my account, are they slow or
    > was
    > it a first day grace ?


    They don't take the $1.50 for the direct connect usage till the end of the
    day (which is 3:00am to 3:00am). I'm not sure about the i30. I have an i205
    and an i60. Both of my phones let me pick between mobile, page, dc, etc... I
    just enter the number 183*696*14316 in the phone book. You must enter the
    stars also for it to work.





  3. #3
    Stanley Reynolds
    Guest

    Re: Boost and i30sx

    "j" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > They don't take the $1.50 for the direct connect usage till the end of
    > the day (which is 3:00am to 3:00am). I'm not sure about the i30. I
    > have an i205 and an i60. Both of my phones let me pick between mobile,
    > page, dc, etc... I just enter the number 183*696*14316 in the phone
    > book. You must enter the stars also for it to work.


    I was charged the 1.50 for the second day but not the first. Thanks for
    the 3 am info I just assumed midnite but 3am is better.

    Before I can save a number in the phone book the type must be selected.
    If I select the type "'d then I can only enter the first 3 digits and the
    * will not display, if I enter the number first and then set the type, it
    allows the whole number and *'s but after setting the type it reports the
    number as invalid.

    The guide "Welcome to Boost Mobile" indicates the number as 999*999*9999
    with the third digit 4 numbers, maybe it can be 4 or 5 digits ?

    I was thinking that my phone book would only take the last group of
    numbers as a way to lock me into one area ID, network ID, something left
    over when the phone was a nextel phone.





  4. #4
    j
    Guest

    Re: Boost and i30sx


    "Stanley Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "j" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> They don't take the $1.50 for the direct connect usage till the end of
    >> the day (which is 3:00am to 3:00am). I'm not sure about the i30. I
    >> have an i205 and an i60. Both of my phones let me pick between mobile,
    >> page, dc, etc... I just enter the number 183*696*14316 in the phone
    >> book. You must enter the stars also for it to work.

    >
    > I was charged the 1.50 for the second day but not the first. Thanks for
    > the 3 am info I just assumed midnite but 3am is better.
    >
    > Before I can save a number in the phone book the type must be selected.
    > If I select the type "'d then I can only enter the first 3 digits and the
    > * will not display, if I enter the number first and then set the type, it
    > allows the whole number and *'s but after setting the type it reports the
    > number as invalid.
    >
    > The guide "Welcome to Boost Mobile" indicates the number as 999*999*9999
    > with the third digit 4 numbers, maybe it can be 4 or 5 digits ?
    >
    > I was thinking that my phone book would only take the last group of
    > numbers as a way to lock me into one area ID, network ID, something left
    > over when the phone was a nextel phone.
    >
    >

    Possibly but all the Nextel phones I sold or have used in the past took the
    private id the same way (999*999*9999 or how ever many digits it was) but
    putting them in was different. Some where in the phone book and some had to
    be entered through setup.





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