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  1. #1
    Peterbilt
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    I currently have a Sanyo 8100 but really don't like it. I'm thinking of
    buying an RL2000. Does anyone have any experience with it? I would really
    like to know how good the phone is. I checked here before I bought the 8100
    and it got great reviews but I just don't like it.





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  2. #2
    Robert M.
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    Re: Sanyo RL2000?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Peterbilt" <amazon-*****@NO-SPAMeudoramail.com> wrote:

    > I currently have a Sanyo 8100 but really don't like it. I'm thinking of
    > buying an RL2000. Does anyone have any experience with it? I would really
    > like to know how good the phone is. I checked here before I bought the 8100
    > and it got great reviews but I just don't like it.


    Try it out at a store, being a "Candy Bar" form phone, the screen is
    always exposed and more vulnerable to problems, none of which are likely
    to be covered under warranty, but rather ascribed as "User Abuse".

    Some folks prefer the heft and feel of a "candy bar" phone.



  3. #3
    jt
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    Re: Sanyo RL2000?


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > "Peterbilt" <amazon-*****@NO-SPAMeudoramail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I currently have a Sanyo 8100 but really don't like it. I'm thinking of
    > > buying an RL2000. Does anyone have any experience with it? I would

    really
    > > like to know how good the phone is. I checked here before I bought the

    8100
    > > and it got great reviews but I just don't like it.

    >
    > Try it out at a store, being a "Candy Bar" form phone, the screen is
    > always exposed and more vulnerable to problems, none of which are likely
    > to be covered under warranty, but rather ascribed as "User Abuse".
    >
    > Some folks prefer the heft and feel of a "candy bar" phone.
    >


    Got it. Purchased it since the day it came out. Love it. No problems what so
    ever with it.
    Great reception no matter where I go.

    jt







  4. #4
    Peterbilt
    Guest

    Re: Sanyo RL2000?

    Thanks. I'm going to the store tomorrow and check it out. I used to have the
    Samsung N400 and loved it except it dropped calls and locked up a lot. I
    usually like the flip phones but for some reason I don't like this one. I
    figure I'll try something different for a change. Any idea how much I could
    get for it on eBay? I have the USB cable, desktop charger, holster and
    extended battery plus whatever came with the phone when I bought it and is
    still in great condition with the current firmware and PRL.

    "jt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > "Peterbilt" <amazon-*****@NO-SPAMeudoramail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I currently have a Sanyo 8100 but really don't like it. I'm thinking of
    > > buying an RL2000. Does anyone have any experience with it? I would

    really
    > > like to know how good the phone is. I checked here before I bought the

    8100
    > > and it got great reviews but I just don't like it.

    >
    > Try it out at a store, being a "Candy Bar" form phone, the screen is
    > always exposed and more vulnerable to problems, none of which are likely
    > to be covered under warranty, but rather ascribed as "User Abuse".
    >
    > Some folks prefer the heft and feel of a "candy bar" phone.
    >


    Got it. Purchased it since the day it came out. Love it. No problems what so
    ever with it.
    Great reception no matter where I go.

    jt








  5. #5
    Peterbilt
    Guest

    Re: Sanyo RL2000?

    Well, I bought the RL2000 yesterday and although it is big, a lot bigger
    than what I'm used to, I like it a lot. One of the things I missed most with
    8100 that I had in the Samsung N400 was the speaker phone feature. What's
    more is I really liked the fact that I didn't have to go out and buy another
    sync cable and another charger. It would have been great if that batteries
    were swappable but I guess that's too much to ask. Instead of buying the
    usual holster I bought the Rivet Super Treker. My friend, who was with me
    told me it look crappy and wouldn't risk it but I bought it and it is very
    sturdy in my opinion.





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