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  1. #1
    bzig
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    Hello all: Background - Happy Sprint customer for two years (just
    renewed a third). Had an a400 and loved it. It broke, so I used my
    Circuit City protection plan to get an n400. I am unhappy with its
    battery life and signal strength (should have researched more before
    buying)

    What I'd like to ask of all of you is:
    Does someone make a phone for Sprint that is a small flip with
    speakerphone, external caller id, good reception similar menu
    navigation/ease of use and at least average battery life?

    Does anyone have any insight into how the CC protection plan works now
    that CC does not carry Sprint anymore? I have been told by one CC
    employee that I would receive in-store credit while another told me
    that I could receive a refund for my phone and unused portion of my
    plan. Thanks in advance -- B



    See More: Replacement for N400 and Circuit City plan




  2. #2
    Steph
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    Re: Replacement for N400 and Circuit City plan

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

    > Hello all: Background - Happy Sprint customer for two years (just
    > renewed a third). Had an a400 and loved it. It broke, so I used my
    > Circuit City protection plan to get an n400. I am unhappy with its
    > battery life and signal strength (should have researched more before
    > buying)
    >
    > What I'd like to ask of all of you is:
    > Does someone make a phone for Sprint that is a small flip with
    > speakerphone, external caller id, good reception similar menu
    > navigation/ease of use and at least average battery life?
    >
    > Does anyone have any insight into how the CC protection plan works now
    > that CC does not carry Sprint anymore? I have been told by one CC
    > employee that I would receive in-store credit while another told me
    > that I could receive a refund for my phone and unused portion of my
    > plan. Thanks in advance -- B
    >


    Check your N400 software version. I have two N400's and am happier now
    that they have been flashed. It isn't my fav phone (i am still partial
    to the REALLY old dbTP) though. However it is a very decent phone and
    seems to hold my marginal signal fairly well. Don't judge these things
    so hastily. The 8100 might suit you better.

    Can't answer the rest.




  3. #3
    bzig
    Guest

    Re: Replacement for N400 and Circuit City plan

    > Check your N400 software version. I have two N400's and am happier now
    > that they have been flashed. It isn't my fav phone (i am still partial
    > to the REALLY old dbTP) though. However it is a very decent phone and
    > seems to hold my marginal signal fairly well. Don't judge these things
    > so hastily. The 8100 might suit you better.
    >
    > Can't answer the rest.


    Thanks for the reply. I assume you mean the Sanyo 8100. I just checked
    it out, looks great except no speaker phone.

    Also, maybe I should clarify. The n400 has been good so far, but I
    feel that some day it is going to fail when I need it most.



  4. #4
    Jim-G
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    Re: Replacement for N400 and Circuit City plan

    You shouldn't make a decision based on fear without it being real.





  5. #5
    Steph
    Guest

    Re: Replacement for N400 and Circuit City plan

    "Jim-G" <[email protected]> wrote in news:Wwc%[email protected]:

    > You shouldn't make a decision based on fear without it being real.
    >
    >
    >


    FUD is good way for consumer to live, it makes the companies more money.
    </sarcasm> Use your N400 and enjoy it, if you have problems with it then
    you make a decision at that point.




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