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  1. #1
    RÝbert M.
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    The Sanyo RL 7300 is very similar in form and function to the
    the RL 2500, but feels so much better. Perhaps the fact that it is made
    in Malaysia rather than China has something to do with it.
    Presumably the rubberized sheath around it's edges will protect it in
    case of being dropped. The supplied AC charger is different. Doesn't use
    a breech plug, it's a small cylindrical plug instead. And for the
    techies out there, there's an extra setting in the "Phone Info" Menu,
    namely "Advanced", which tells you the SID you're located in and what
    channel it's using.

    As its a true SMS phone it has some "canned" text messages for quick
    action: i.e. "Let's get lunch"

    And when activating it the rep asked "Do you want Vision, it's Free for
    the First 2 months?. I replied (honest like I am), I already had a
    Vision trial on this number, and was assured: "Doesn't matter, it's a
    new phone". So I got her login ID, just in case, as that information is
    at variance with what our resident know-it-all SprintPCS employee told
    us.

    Also found out two other things:

    1. Known issue with the RL-2500 : VoiceDial doesn't work

    2. Punch in ##3282 (OK) to change things.
    I assume zero responsibility if you do that and mess up your own phone.
    Use at your own risk, not recommended.



    See More: RL 7300 report




  2. #2
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: RL 7300 report


    "RÝbert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > The Sanyo RL 7300 is very similar in form and function to the
    > the RL 2500, but feels so much better. Perhaps the fact that it is made
    > in Malaysia rather than China has something to do with it.
    > Presumably the rubberized sheath around it's edges will protect it in
    > case of being dropped. The supplied AC charger is different. Doesn't use
    > a breech plug, it's a small cylindrical plug instead. And for the
    > techies out there, there's an extra setting in the "Phone Info" Menu,
    > namely "Advanced", which tells you the SID you're located in and what
    > channel it's using.
    >
    > As its a true SMS phone it has some "canned" text messages for quick
    > action: i.e. "Let's get lunch"
    >
    > And when activating it the rep asked "Do you want Vision, it's Free for
    > the First 2 months?. I replied (honest like I am), I already had a
    > Vision trial on this number, and was assured: "Doesn't matter, it's a
    > new phone". So I got her login ID, just in case, as that information is
    > at variance with what our resident know-it-all SprintPCS employee told
    > us.


    Nice looking phone with quite a few features. What was the cost on it?

    >
    > Also found out two other things:
    >
    > 1. Known issue with the RL-2500 : VoiceDial doesn't work
    >
    > 2. Punch in ##3282 (OK) to change things.
    > I assume zero responsibility if you do that and mess up your own phone.
    > Use at your own risk, not recommended.


    3282 = DATA. When one dials that on a 5300, and saves phone number, it goes
    right to the screen to plug in the MSL. I concur with Phillipe, that it's
    not a feature to play with.

    Bob





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