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  1. #1
    My wife is a teacher who needs to turn the phone off or to vibrate
    during the school day. The problem is she doesnt use the phone every
    day and therefore most days forgets to turn it on on her way home from
    school.

    I then try to reach her after school while she is driving home and I
    always get voicemail because eiter she has it off or on vibrate in her
    pocketbook.

    Is there a phone that automaticly turns on/off vibrate mode based on
    time? We were looking at getting new phones anyway..




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  2. #2
    Leebehr
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    Re: Vibrate or Ring based on time of day?

    I have a Nokia 3588i which has timed profiles. You set one as the
    default, then pick another to be timed. I've been playing with it
    lately setting the silent as my main one during work hours and
    switching to a ringer one during lunch. I am not sure which of the
    other phones offered have that feature...




  3. #3
    Ray
    Guest

    Re: Vibrate or Ring based on time of day?

    [email protected] wrote:
    > My wife is a teacher who needs to turn the phone off or to vibrate
    > during the school day. The problem is she doesnt use the phone every
    > day and therefore most days forgets to turn it on on her way home from
    > school.
    >
    > I then try to reach her after school while she is driving home and I
    > always get voicemail because eiter she has it off or on vibrate in her
    > pocketbook.
    >
    > Is there a phone that automaticly turns on/off vibrate mode based on
    > time? We were looking at getting new phones anyway..
    >


    That's a female thing. Everytime I try to call my wife it is one of
    those scenarios.



  4. #4
    Bubba DeBub
    Guest

    Re: Vibrate or Ring based on time of day?

    We know that you dummy! What model of phone has that feature?


    "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s01...
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >> My wife is a teacher who needs to turn the phone off or to vibrate
    >> during the school day. The problem is she doesnt use the phone every
    >> day and therefore most days forgets to turn it on on her way home from
    >> school.
    >>
    >> I then try to reach her after school while she is driving home and I
    >> always get voicemail because eiter she has it off or on vibrate in her
    >> pocketbook.
    >>
    >> Is there a phone that automaticly turns on/off vibrate mode based on
    >> time? We were looking at getting new phones anyway..
    >>

    >
    > That's a female thing. Everytime I try to call my wife it is one of those
    > scenarios.






  5. #5
    John Richards
    Guest

    Re: Vibrate or Ring based on time of day?

    "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]_s01...
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >> My wife is a teacher who needs to turn the phone off or to vibrate
    >> during the school day. The problem is she doesnt use the phone every
    >> day and therefore most days forgets to turn it on on her way home from
    >> school.
    >>
    >> I then try to reach her after school while she is driving home and I
    >> always get voicemail because eiter she has it off or on vibrate in her
    >> pocketbook.
    >>
    >> Is there a phone that automaticly turns on/off vibrate mode based on
    >> time? We were looking at getting new phones anyway..
    >>

    >
    > That's a female thing. Everytime I try to call my wife it is one of
    > those scenarios.


    Heh, same for my wife. She is in meetings all day and keeps the
    phone on vibrate. Then when she gets in her car to go home, she
    forgets it's on vibrate, and I can't get through to her.

    --
    John Richards



  6. #6
    Notan
    Guest

    Re: Vibrate or Ring based on time of day?

    [email protected] wrote:
    >
    > My wife is a teacher who needs to turn the phone off or to vibrate
    > during the school day. The problem is she doesnt use the phone every
    > day and therefore most days forgets to turn it on on her way home from
    > school.
    >
    > I then try to reach her after school while she is driving home and I
    > always get voicemail because eiter she has it off or on vibrate in her
    > pocketbook.
    >
    > Is there a phone that automaticly turns on/off vibrate mode based on
    > time? We were looking at getting new phones anyway..


    I don't think there's such a phone.

    Make her write, 100 times on the blackboard,
    "I won't forget my phone." "I won't forget my phone."

    Maybe that'll help! <g>

    Notan



  7. #7
    Allen Freeman
    Guest

    Sanyo SCP-200

    Has anyone gotten their hands on one of these yet? I'm looking to
    replace my Sanyo SCP-4700, which is showing it's age now. I'm looking
    for a flip phone that's as good as my old 4700 for voice calls. I only
    use my cell phone for voice, so I don't care about, and am not
    interested in paying for, any of the other options (camera, downloadable
    ring-tones, etc.) that most new phones come with nowadays.




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