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  1. #1
    caseyb
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    Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new phone, so
    I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want to
    use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How can
    test this thing out?




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  2. #2
    John Richards
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    Re: Ready Link Test

    caseyb wrote:
    > Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new =

    phone, so
    > I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want =

    to
    > use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. =

    How can
    > test this thing out?


    I would never buy a ReadyLink phone if I didn't have a definite need for =
    it.

    --=20
    John Richards






  3. #3
    Exeter
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

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

    > Now, I want to use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a
    > ready link phone. How can test this thing out?


    What are you going to do with it, ready link complete strangers? You're
    not that bright, are you?



  4. #4
    tommy
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    In article <[email protected]>, "caseyb" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new phone, so
    > I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want to
    > use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How can
    > test this thing out?


    You'll just have to wait till the opportunity presents itself.

    Just ignore the snide remarks from these clowns.

    /tommy



  5. #5
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > caseyb wrote:
    > > Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new phone, so
    > > I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want to
    > > use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How can
    > > test this thing out?

    >
    > I would never buy a ReadyLink phone if I didn't have a definite need for it.



    Two separate issues:

    1. If you want to use it its $15/month

    2. if you dont want to use it:
    (a) Turn off ReadyLink in the Setup and batteryLife
    is greatly improved between charges
    (b) The Speaker for ReadyLink makes for an excellent Speaker
    Phone for hands-free use.



  6. #6
    Thadius
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    http://forums.readylinkusers.com/readylinktalk/Blah.pl
    Go here to Ready Link some people.

    "tommy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>, "caseyb" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > > Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new

    phone, so
    > > I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want

    to
    > > use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How

    can
    > > test this thing out?

    >
    > You'll just have to wait till the opportunity presents itself.
    >
    > Just ignore the snide remarks from these clowns.
    >
    > /tommy






  7. #7
    @(none)
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    tommy wrote:
    > In article <[email protected]>, "caseyb" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new phone, so
    >>I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want to
    >>use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How can
    >>test this thing out?

    >
    >
    > You'll just have to wait till the opportunity presents itself.
    >
    > Just ignore the snide remarks from these clowns.
    >
    > /tommy



    He didn't say he was getting it to only chat with you idiots that he
    don't know...he just wants to make sure it works before he gets 4 months
    down the road and then gets the chance to use it and its broke...then
    can't return it to the store for replacement...so IMO he is smart ;-)



  8. #8
    mjohns2
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    Check http://forums.readylinkusers.com/
    good people there

    --

    http://www.youmatch.net/



    "caseyb" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Ok, So I bought a new phone, and it has ready link. I needed a new phone,

    so
    > I figured why by one without the newest technology, right? Now, I want to
    > use it, but I don't know anyone who else who has a ready link phone. How

    can
    > test this thing out?
    >
    >
    >
    >
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  9. #9
    John Richards
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    Re: Ready Link Test

    > He didn't say he was getting it to only chat with you idiots that he
    > don't know...he just wants to make sure it works before he gets 4 =

    months
    > down the road and then gets the chance to use it and its broke...then
    > can't return it to the store for replacement...so IMO he is smart ;-)


    He had no projected future usage for that feature. Not smart.
    Ready Link costs extra, so unless you have money to burn, you get
    it only if you see a definite need for it, usually because you're a
    member of a work crew.

    --=20
    John Richards




  10. #10
    caseyb
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    My company pays for it, so what do I care if it's extra. In my opinion it is
    not smart to buy outdated hi-tech gear. Why would I not buy a ready link
    phone? In a year, most people will have it...

    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > He didn't say he was getting it to only chat with you idiots that he
    > don't know...he just wants to make sure it works before he gets 4 months
    > down the road and then gets the chance to use it and its broke...then
    > can't return it to the store for replacement...so IMO he is smart ;-)


    He had no projected future usage for that feature. Not smart.
    Ready Link costs extra, so unless you have money to burn, you get
    it only if you see a definite need for it, usually because you're a
    member of a work crew.

    --
    John Richards




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  11. #11
    @(none)
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test

    John Richards wrote:
    >>He didn't say he was getting it to only chat with you idiots that he
    >>don't know...he just wants to make sure it works before he gets 4 months
    >>down the road and then gets the chance to use it and its broke...then
    >>can't return it to the store for replacement...so IMO he is smart ;-)

    >
    >
    > He had no projected future usage for that feature. Not smart.
    > Ready Link costs extra, so unless you have money to burn, you get
    > it only if you see a definite need for it, usually because you're a
    > member of a work crew.
    >


    I woulda done the same thing he did, got that, and the service feature
    to make sure the phone works 100%, you can always drop the service right
    after...then at least you know if it works right or not before the
    return time is gone.



  12. #12
    Carla
    Guest

    Re: Ready Link Test


    I think everyone started out that way, when they get a new phone. I just
    got one and I use it for defferent things and the readylink I haven't
    used yet so I know how you feel.


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    Carla



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