are motorola phones accessible?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Fri Jan 2 09:04:48 EST 2004
new tot he list, and saw this, so
as I have just gotten a Motorola wanted to add my opinion.
Granted this depends on what you desire as to accessibility.
However, thus far my Motorola v60 g, which is for gsm service, something
more commonly used over seas, is rather good.
it includes voice programming allowing you to program in numbers and dial
them via voice , tty if desired, and
a lot of other bells.
it is also a flip phone, which can help with connection issues.
again, I do not know what you need, and all needs are different, but
the line may be worth considering, as it is still rather new.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, 1 Jan 2004, Steve Holmes wrote:
> They're no better than the rest. <sigh> I used to have an old
> Motorola 630 (I believe) that wasn't bad with its shortcuts. I could
> assign two digit numbers to entries in a phonebook and I thought that
> part worked pretty good. It was an earlier modle that did not have as
> many features as the current phones today. It was only a dual band
> and my switch to Verizon's America's Choice plan required me to move
> up to a tri-band modle.
> On Thu, Jan 01, 2004 at 07:54:50PM -0500, cris wrote:
> > What is the most accessible motorola cel phone? I heard much about Nokia,
> > but not much is said about motorola which is one of the largest producers
> > of cell phones for the international market.
> > Cheers,
> > Cris
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