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Stay away from the Audiovox 8900. Buttons are wide and flat flush to each
other that you can easily push the wrong button. Awkward system functions.
I like a vibrate then ring. This one only has either vibrate only, or ring
only, or vibrate AND Loud RING together. Programming of voice dialing tags
is outside of the phone book.
"sbs" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I just bought a new VX6000. I originally got a AAA special two years
> ago for $30 and a few months later bought a v60i on ebay. I have been
> happy with the Motorola. I am pretty much happy with the LG.
> I had considered the Audiovox 8900 or the Samsung with the flip around
> screen. I don't use all the fancy features but I would like an easy
> way to get ring tones. They are fun to play with. The Samsung looks
> flimsy, like it would break easily.
> I pretty much plan to keep the 6000 unless I hear anything earth
> shattering to trade in for.
> Suppose I keep it. I have been used to the Motorola speakerphone in my
> car that is the size of a coffee cup with the retractable mic and
> power leads. What kind of speakerphone is available for this unit? I
> have seen one on the Verizon site for $70. I am used to the low prices
> on Ebay. With my Motorola I never used the leather belt clip or even
> the FM radio i bought for $10.
> So, bottom line:
> Should I keep it?
> If i do, what kind of speakerphone/handsfree can I get?