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  1. #1
    Daniel
    Guest
    Hi,
    The 8200 is not a bad phone, but I chose it specifically because I had
    bad experiences with my Samsung a460. plus it seemed that Sanyo's were
    rated better in this group.

    Has Samsung improved their phones?? Is the a620's reception better?

    The camera on the 8200 is not that great...but as to the title of this
    post...Speakerphones..?
    I originally thought it would be useful, however....now that I think
    of it....most numbers (Dell tech Support, etc) that I would want a
    speakerphone for are toll-free 1-800 calls.....so it doesn't make
    sense to use up my minutes for that obviously!
    Maybe in the car, it could be handy....but for me....the Speakerphone
    seems like an option I would rarely use since I dont want everyone
    around me hearing the call anyway...hence my problems with the Sanyo's
    earpiece quality.

    Opinions?

    Thanks.



    See More: More 8200/a620...What use is the Speakerphone??




  2. #2
    RÝbert M.
    Guest

    Re: More 8200/a620...What use is the Speakerphone??

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Daniel) wrote:

    > Hi,
    > The 8200 is not a bad phone, but I chose it specifically because I had
    > bad experiences with my Samsung a460. plus it seemed that Sanyo's were
    > rated better in this group.
    >
    > Has Samsung improved their phones?? Is the a620's reception better?
    >
    > The camera on the 8200 is not that great...but as to the title of this
    > post...Speakerphones..?
    > I originally thought it would be useful, however....now that I think
    > of it....most numbers (Dell tech Support, etc) that I would want a
    > speakerphone for are toll-free 1-800 calls.....so it doesn't make
    > sense to use up my minutes for that obviously!
    > Maybe in the car, it could be handy....but for me....the Speakerphone
    > seems like an option I would rarely use since I dont want everyone
    > around me hearing the call anyway...hence my problems with the Sanyo's
    > earpiece quality.
    >
    > Opinions?
    >
    > Thanks.


    In addition to hands free use in a car, the speakerphone is great
    when you need to call someone and have more than one person at your
    location be part of the conversation. On a landline you'd just have
    someone pick up "the other phone" and listen in, the only way to have a
    multi-party conversation like that with a cell at your end is with a
    speakerphone.



  3. #3
    Frank Harris
    Guest

    Re: More 8200/a620...What use is the Speakerphone??

    Daniel wrote:

    > Hi,
    > The 8200 is not a bad phone, but I chose it specifically because I had
    > bad experiences with my Samsung a460. plus it seemed that Sanyo's were
    > rated better in this group.
    >
    > Has Samsung improved their phones?? Is the a620's reception better?


    A620 has much better reception than the A460.

    --
    Frank Harris in San Francisco with an A620



  4. #4
    Me
    Guest

    Re: More 8200/a620...What use is the Speakerphone??

    [email protected] (Daniel) wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Hi,
    > The 8200 is not a bad phone, but I chose it specifically because I had
    > bad experiences with my Samsung a460. plus it seemed that Sanyo's were
    > rated better in this group.
    >
    > Has Samsung improved their phones?? Is the a620's reception better?
    >
    > The camera on the 8200 is not that great...but as to the title of this
    > post...Speakerphones..?
    > I originally thought it would be useful, however....now that I think
    > of it....most numbers (Dell tech Support, etc) that I would want a
    > speakerphone for are toll-free 1-800 calls.....so it doesn't make
    > sense to use up my minutes for that obviously!
    > Maybe in the car, it could be handy....but for me....the Speakerphone
    > seems like an option I would rarely use since I dont want everyone
    > around me hearing the call anyway...hence my problems with the Sanyo's
    > earpiece quality.
    >
    > Opinions?
    >
    > Thanks.


    No matter how hard I try . The people on the other end say I am braking
    up using the speaker phone



  5. #5
    RÝbert M.
    Guest

    Re: More 8200/a620...What use is the Speakerphone??

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Me <[email protected]> wrote:

    > [email protected] (Daniel) wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > Hi,
    > > The 8200 is not a bad phone, but I chose it specifically because I had
    > > bad experiences with my Samsung a460. plus it seemed that Sanyo's were
    > > rated better in this group.
    > >
    > > Has Samsung improved their phones?? Is the a620's reception better?
    > >
    > > The camera on the 8200 is not that great...but as to the title of this
    > > post...Speakerphones..?
    > > I originally thought it would be useful, however....now that I think
    > > of it....most numbers (Dell tech Support, etc) that I would want a
    > > speakerphone for are toll-free 1-800 calls.....so it doesn't make
    > > sense to use up my minutes for that obviously!
    > > Maybe in the car, it could be handy....but for me....the Speakerphone
    > > seems like an option I would rarely use since I dont want everyone
    > > around me hearing the call anyway...hence my problems with the Sanyo's
    > > earpiece quality.
    > >
    > > Opinions?
    > >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > No matter how hard I try . The people on the other end say I am braking
    > up using the speaker phone


    Not supposed to, thats grounds for a warranty replacement. Dont accept a
    problematic phone.



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