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  1. #1
    surtin
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    Welp... Nextel's site changed pretty much overnight with their new
    'yellowness'. Me personally I think the old layout was better, probably
    because I don't much like the color yellow.

    --
    ..-surtin-. | Most people don't need a great deal of love
    -o) | nearly so much as they need a steady
    /\ | supply.
    _\_v |



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  2. #2
    Hopper
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    Re: New site layout


    "surtin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Welp... Nextel's site changed pretty much overnight with their new
    > 'yellowness'. Me personally I think the old layout was better, probably
    > because I don't much like the color yellow.
    >
    > --
    > .-surtin-. | Most people don't need a great deal of love
    > -o) | nearly so much as they need a steady
    > /\ | supply.
    > _\_v |


    Apparently, they took whatever warm colors were left over from Verizon and
    Western Wireless' website redesigns.





  3. #3
    Hopper
    Guest

    Re: New site layout


    "surtin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Welp... Nextel's site changed pretty much overnight with their new
    > 'yellowness'. Me personally I think the old layout was better, probably
    > because I don't much like the color yellow.
    >
    > --
    > .-surtin-. | Most people don't need a great deal of love
    > -o) | nearly so much as they need a steady
    > /\ | supply.
    > _\_v |


    Apparently, they took whatever warm colors were left over from Verizon and
    Western Wireless' website redesigns.





  4. #4
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    Hopper wrote:
    > "surtin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Welp... Nextel's site changed pretty much overnight with their new
    >>'yellowness'. Me personally I think the old layout was better, probably
    >>because I don't much like the color yellow.
    >>
    >>--
    >>.-surtin-. | Most people don't need a great deal of love
    >> -o) | nearly so much as they need a steady
    >> /\ | supply.
    >> _\_v |

    >
    >
    > Apparently, they took whatever warm colors were left over from Verizon and
    > Western Wireless' website redesigns.
    >
    >

    Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    theirs a nearly instant connection.




  5. #5
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    Hopper wrote:
    > "surtin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Welp... Nextel's site changed pretty much overnight with their new
    >>'yellowness'. Me personally I think the old layout was better, probably
    >>because I don't much like the color yellow.
    >>
    >>--
    >>.-surtin-. | Most people don't need a great deal of love
    >> -o) | nearly so much as they need a steady
    >> /\ | supply.
    >> _\_v |

    >
    >
    > Apparently, they took whatever warm colors were left over from Verizon and
    > Western Wireless' website redesigns.
    >
    >

    Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    theirs a nearly instant connection.




  6. #6
    Joshua Miller
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    This is funny... Thanks for the laugh Scott. I know it's all true, but
    it's still funny the way you went about it.

    "Scott Stephenson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    > copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    > first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    > first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    > NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    > did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    > theirs a nearly instant connection.
    >






  7. #7
    Joshua Miller
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    This is funny... Thanks for the laugh Scott. I know it's all true, but
    it's still funny the way you went about it.

    "Scott Stephenson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    > copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    > first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    > first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    > NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    > did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    > theirs a nearly instant connection.
    >






  8. #8
    P Howard
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    Perhaps if they covered more rural areas, they would be a viable option
    for me. Additionally, I've had too many friends complain about Nextel's
    network congestion especially during rush hour... when I'm able to do a
    lot of my calling on my VZW phone without having any issues.

    --
    Verizon customer/ formerly Cingular user/ formerly Sprint PCS user


    "Joshua Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > This is funny... Thanks for the laugh Scott. I know it's all true, but
    > it's still funny the way you went about it.
    >
    > "Scott Stephenson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news[email protected]
    > > Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    > > copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    > > first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    > > first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    > > NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    > > did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    > > theirs a nearly instant connection.
    > >

    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  9. #9
    P Howard
    Guest

    Re: New site layout

    Perhaps if they covered more rural areas, they would be a viable option
    for me. Additionally, I've had too many friends complain about Nextel's
    network congestion especially during rush hour... when I'm able to do a
    lot of my calling on my VZW phone without having any issues.

    --
    Verizon customer/ formerly Cingular user/ formerly Sprint PCS user


    "Joshua Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > This is funny... Thanks for the laugh Scott. I know it's all true, but
    > it's still funny the way you went about it.
    >
    > "Scott Stephenson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news[email protected]
    > > Yeah- Nextel has a habit of waiting for Verizon to do something and then
    > > copying it........like the speakerphone (oh wait, Nextel did that
    > > first). Well, there were the Java apps (crap- I forgot Nextel did that
    > > first, too). How about no roaming charges (yeah- I know....Nextel).
    > > NASCAR Championship sponsorship (eeks- The Nextel Cup). Well, Verizon
    > > did beat them to the punch with "Push to Wait"- Nextel decided to make
    > > theirs a nearly instant connection.
    > >

    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



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