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  1. #1
    .com
    Guest
    The techs I have spoke to at Sprint tell of the secret database they use with
    70+ pages of known issues on Sanyo, at pinpoint.com.

    A major problem: - Overheating during charging and long phone calls. This
    heating deteriorates the circuitry until the phones become unisable.

    You think SprintPCS is going to publicize that its Sanyo phones are
    biodegradable?



    See More: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.




  2. #2
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.

    In article <[email protected]>, wimax0007
    @aol.com says...
    > The techs I have spoke to at Sprint tell of the secret database they use =

    with
    > 70+ pages of known issues on Sanyo, at pinpoint.com.
    >=20


    You're lying. AGAIN.

    pinpoint.com has nothing to do with SPCS.

    --=20
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint PCS
    I *don't* speak for them



  3. #3
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.


    ".com" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > The techs I have spoke to at Sprint tell of the secret database they use

    with
    > 70+ pages of known issues on Sanyo, at pinpoint.com.


    Then you admit to never seeing anything personally regarding this foolish
    claim.

    >
    > A major problem: - Overheating during charging and long phone calls. This
    > heating deteriorates the circuitry until the phones become unisable.


    And this is documented where?

    >
    > You think SprintPCS is going to publicize that its Sanyo phones are
    > biodegradable?


    Can you point me to the source that publicizes other carrier's problems with
    Sanyo (or any other manufacturer's) phones? Or is it your intent to post
    that Sprint is the only carrier to either have problems with phones or not
    make it public?





  4. #4
    Notan
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    Re: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.

    ".com" wrote:
    >
    > The techs I have spoke to at Sprint tell of the secret database they use with
    > 70+ pages of known issues on Sanyo, at pinpoint.com.


    While you can't hear us laughing at you, over the Internet, I'm surprised
    you're missing it at wherever it is these techs are located.

    Techs, in a soft whisper: "Hey! Here comes that guy. What should we tell
    him, today? How about one concerning flying saucers landing on our building?
    Nah, he'll never go for it. How about our "secret database?" Yeah, that's
    it. Ha, ha, ha!"

    Notan



  5. #5
    David W. Studeman
    Guest

    Re: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.

    On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 18:55:08 +0000, O/Siris wrote:

    > In article <[email protected]>, wimax0007
    > @aol.com says...
    >> The techs I have spoke to at Sprint tell of the secret database they use with
    >> 70+ pages of known issues on Sanyo, at pinpoint.com.
    >>

    >
    > You're lying. AGAIN.
    >
    > pinpoint.com has nothing to do with SPCS.



    This is almost priceless as far as humour goes. I'm surprised this person
    has not blamed the secret new world underground government for having such a
    "secret database" not disclosed to the public. I see alarmist conspiracy
    theorists aren't limited to politics but now cell phone mfrs? OMG! This is
    almost as sad as it is funny.



    Dave
    a



  6. #6
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Biodegradable Sanyo phones.

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    David W. [email protected] says...
    > This is almost priceless as far as humour goes. I'm surprised this perso=

    n
    > has not blamed the secret new world underground government for having suc=

    h a
    > "secret database" not disclosed to the public. I see alarmist conspiracy
    > theorists aren't limited to politics but now cell phone mfrs? OMG! This i=

    s
    > almost as sad as it is funny.
    >=20


    And all he had to do ahead of time was just GO to=20
    www.pinpoint.com and he'd find NOTHING related to SPCS. =20
    It's a mobile content service that works with *Verizon*.

    Why they'd have *any* support database of ours was,=20
    apparently, too complex a thought for Phillie, so he=20
    abandoned his false crusade.

    --=20
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    -+-
    **A thing moderately good is not so good as it=20
    ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a=20
    virtue, but moderation in principle is always a
    vice.**
    -Thomas Paine. The Rights of Man. 1792-



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