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  1. #1
    Spam Me Please
    Guest
    Hi,

    Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward the
    rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The only phone
    that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong signal in my house
    without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these phones have the same
    great reception as the sanyo 4900?

    Thanks for any opinons.

    Alan




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  2. #2
    SAA
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    I have the 5400 and so far it works great. A member of my family is
    going to get one soon so wee can use the radylink (haven't got to use
    that yet).

    Speakerphone is loud and easy to understand the other person. Calls
    are great and signal strengh is great. I am just trying to get and
    extended battery right now. The regular one that came with it I had
    to charge up after only two days use.


    All in all a great phone. I can't wait to try the readylink.



    On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 21:38:17 -0600, Spam Me Please <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Hi,
    >
    >Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    >rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward the
    >rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The only phone
    >that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong signal in my house
    >without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these phones have the same
    >great reception as the sanyo 4900?
    >
    >Thanks for any opinons.
    >
    >Alan
    >





  3. #3
    w.g.
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    Somewhere around Tue, 18 Nov 2003 21:38:17 -0600, Spam Me Please was
    brave enough to write:

    >Hi,
    >
    >Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    >rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward the
    >rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The only phone
    >that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong signal in my house
    >without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these phones have the same
    >great reception as the sanyo 4900?
    >
    >Thanks for any opinons.
    >

    Got the 5400 (rl2500) . Speakerphone is great. Screen is clear and
    bright. Vision is blazing fast on it , even blew my A500 out the
    water. Have yet to try ready link. Downloads are fast. Sound in
    earpiece from call is clear and crisp. It isn't a perfect phone , when
    using a downloaded screensaver only the time shows up with the
    screensaver. I want date,time and username or message.

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  4. #4
    Isaiah Beard
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    Spam Me Please wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    > rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward the
    > rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The only phone
    > that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong signal in my house
    > without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these phones have the same
    > great reception as the sanyo 4900?
    >
    > Thanks for any opinons.


    I have an RL2500, as does a friend of mine. Placed next to my old 8100,
    the signal reception was slightly higher on the RL2500, and placed next
    to my friend's 4900, the signal was WAY better.



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  5. #5
    Spam Me Please
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    Thanks folks for the input. Looks like everyone that answered so far
    has the rl2500. I guess the rl2000 should be about the same. Anyone
    has actually used the rl2000?

    Thanks for the input again. I probably won't be using the push to
    talk, but could add that option later.

    Later

    Alan

    >>>>> "Isaiah" == Isaiah Beard <[email protected]> writes:


    Isaiah> Spam Me Please wrote:
    >> Hi, Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new
    >> sanyo rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning
    >> toward the rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas.
    >> The only phone that I have had from sprint that could hold a
    >> strong signal in my house without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do
    >> these phones have the same great reception as the sanyo 4900?
    >> Thanks for any opinons.


    Isaiah> I have an RL2500, as does a friend of mine. Placed next to my
    Isaiah> old 8100, the signal reception was slightly higher on the
    Isaiah> RL2500, and placed next to my friend's 4900, the signal was
    Isaiah> WAY better.



    Isaiah> -- E-mail fudged to thwart spammers. Transpose the c's and
    Isaiah> a's in my e-mail address to reply.




  6. #6
    Spam Me Please
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    Thanks for the input.

    I was reading in this newsgroup that if you disable the push to talk
    option the battery life would be better. Probably a good thing to do
    unless you have the PTT option.

    Later

    >>>>> "SAA" == SAA <[email protected]> writes:


    SAA> I have the 5400 and so far it works great. A member of my family
    SAA> is going to get one soon so wee can use the radylink (haven't
    SAA> got to use that yet).

    SAA> Speakerphone is loud and easy to understand the other person.
    SAA> Calls are great and signal strengh is great. I am just trying to
    SAA> get and extended battery right now. The regular one that came
    SAA> with it I had to charge up after only two days use.


    SAA> All in all a great phone. I can't wait to try the readylink.



    SAA> On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 21:38:17 -0600, Spam Me Please
    SAA> <[email protected]>
    SAA> wrote:

    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    >> rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward
    >> the rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The
    >> only phone that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong
    >> signal in my house without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these
    >> phones have the same great reception as the sanyo 4900?
    >>
    >> Thanks for any opinons.
    >>
    >> Alan
    >>





  7. #7
    Evil_Ernie
    Guest

    Re: Anyone using the sanyo rl2500 or rl2000?

    I wanted to get the rl2500 (5400) until I saw the battery life. My 8100
    lasts twice as long with just the standard battery, so I guess I will stick
    with that one for now.

    "Spam Me Please" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    Hi,

    Wanted to see if there were any opinons out there on the new sanyo
    rl2500 or rl2000 phones. Both really look nice. I'm leaning toward the
    rl2000. Mainly concerned about reception in weak areas. The only phone
    that I have had from sprint that could hold a strong signal in my house
    without dropping is the sanyo 4900. Do these phones have the same
    great reception as the sanyo 4900?

    Thanks for any opinons.

    Alan





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