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  1. #1
    Carl
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    A friend of mine in Louisiana bought a Sprint phone plan from the Louisiana
    Sprint dealer for his daughter. She lives in Iowa. Only problem was here in
    my town of Iowa Sprint doesn't work worth a darn. She was on roam most the
    time and was not happy with the no service showing on the phone a lot.

    Sprint in Louisiana said it would work here but it didn't work well at all.
    They let him out of his contract 1 month later but he still had to pay for
    the phone, in other words they did not give him his start up money back for
    the plan they just let him out of the contract with a penalty cost for early
    closing. The local cell company said they could hook it up to there system
    here but it would always search for a Sprint tower. My question for this
    group, is there anyway to program the phone not to look for Sprint towers,
    if so I'd think that the man at the local cell place would have known, but
    he may be not smart in that area either.

    He was told to put the phone on E-bay at Christmas but I think he'd sell it
    now. I believe the phone was $129.00 new, as to what the discounted price he
    got it for when signing up with Sprint I don't know. And he never said what
    it cost him to cancel his plan he got out of either. He's just not happy
    with Sprint is all I know.

    He doesn't know I'm posting this I was doing a search on Google to see if
    there was a way to program Sprint out of it. I ran across this news group so
    I thought I'd ask here.





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  2. #2
    hatoncat
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    Re: Sprint ready Kyocera 2345


    Carl wrote:
    > *A friend of mine in Louisiana bought a Sprint phone plan from the
    > Louisiana
    > Sprint dealer for his daughter. She lives in Iowa. Only problem was
    > here in
    > my town of Iowa Sprint doesn't work worth a darn. She was on roam
    > most the
    > time and was not happy with the no service showing on the phone a
    > lot.
    >
    > Sprint in Louisiana said it would work here but it didn't work well
    > at all.
    > They let him out of his contract 1 month later but he still had to
    > pay for
    > the phone, in other words they did not give him his start up money
    > back for
    > the plan they just let him out of the contract with a penalty cost
    > for early
    > closing. The local cell company said they could hook it up to there
    > system
    > here but it would always search for a Sprint tower. My question for
    > this
    > group, is there anyway to program the phone not to look for Sprint
    > towers,
    > if so I'd think that the man at the local cell place would have
    > known, but
    > he may be not smart in that area either.
    >
    > He was told to put the phone on E-bay at Christmas but I think he'd
    > sell it
    > now. I believe the phone was $129.00 new, as to what the discounted
    > price he
    > got it for when signing up with Sprint I don't know. And he never
    > said what
    > it cost him to cancel his plan he got out of either. He's just not
    > happy
    > with Sprint is all I know.
    >
    > He doesn't know I'm posting this I was doing a search on Google to
    > see if
    > there was a way to program Sprint out of it. I ran across this news
    > group so
    > I thought I'd ask here. *


    Not sure what your asking exactly, but I think you want to know what it
    should sell for.

    I would say $30 at the most. Current phones sell for as low as $50
    without activation even.

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  3. #3
    Tayan Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Sprint ready Kyocera 2345





    "Carl" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:

    > A friend of mine in Louisiana bought a Sprint phone plan from the Louisiana


    > Sprint dealer for his daughter. She lives in Iowa. Only problem was here in


    > my town of Iowa Sprint doesn't work worth a darn. She was on roam most the


    > time and was not happy with the no service showing on the phone a lot.


    >


    > Sprint in Louisiana said it would work here but it didn't work well at all.


    > They let him out of his contract 1 month later but he still had to pay for


    > the phone, in other words they did not give him his start up money back for


    > the plan they just let him out of the contract with a penalty cost for early


    > closing. The local cell company said they could hook it up to there system


    > here but it would always search for a Sprint tower. My question for this


    > group, is there anyway to program the phone not to look for Sprint towers,


    > if so I'd think that the man at the local cell place would have known, but


    > he may be not smart in that area either.


    >


    > He was told to put the phone on E-bay at Christmas but I think he'd sell it


    > now. I believe the phone was $129.00 new, as to what the discounted price he


    > got it for when signing up with Sprint I don't know. And he never said what


    > it cost him to cancel his plan he got out of either. He's just not happy


    > with Sprint is all I know.


    >


    > He doesn't know I'm posting this I was doing a search on Google to see if


    > there was a way to program Sprint out of it. I ran across this news group so


    > I thought I'd ask here.


    >


    >






    You should be able to scroll down the menu until you get settings. Click
    settings and then click roam. It will give you choices like spintpcs,
    automatic, or analog. You should pick either analog or automatic.

    [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]



  4. #4
    Carl
    Guest

    Re: Sprint ready Kyocera 2345


    Tayan Jackson <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Carl" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    >
    > > A friend of mine in Louisiana bought a Sprint phone plan from the

    Louisiana
    >
    > > Sprint dealer for his daughter. She lives in Iowa. Only problem was

    here in
    >
    > > my town of Iowa Sprint doesn't work worth a darn. She was on roam most

    the
    >
    > > time and was not happy with the no service showing on the phone a lot.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Sprint in Louisiana said it would work here but it didn't work well at

    all.
    >
    > > They let him out of his contract 1 month later but he still had to pay

    for
    >
    > > the phone, in other words they did not give him his start up money back

    for
    >
    > > the plan they just let him out of the contract with a penalty cost for

    early
    >
    > > closing. The local cell company said they could hook it up to there

    system
    >
    > > here but it would always search for a Sprint tower. My question for this

    >
    > > group, is there anyway to program the phone not to look for Sprint

    towers,
    >
    > > if so I'd think that the man at the local cell place would have known,

    but
    >
    > > he may be not smart in that area either.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > He was told to put the phone on E-bay at Christmas but I think he'd sell

    it
    >
    > > now. I believe the phone was $129.00 new, as to what the discounted

    price he
    >
    > > got it for when signing up with Sprint I don't know. And he never said

    what
    >
    > > it cost him to cancel his plan he got out of either. He's just not happy

    >
    > > with Sprint is all I know.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > He doesn't know I'm posting this I was doing a search on Google to see

    if
    >
    > > there was a way to program Sprint out of it. I ran across this news

    group so
    >
    > > I thought I'd ask here.

    >
    > >

    >
    > >

    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > You should be able to scroll down the menu until you get settings. Click
    > settings and then click roam. It will give you choices like spintpcs,
    > automatic, or analog. You should pick either analog or automatic.
    >


    Thanks!





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