[Nfbc-info] pcell phones that talk and that have buttons
qobells at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 25 11:37:21 UTC 2013
Hello. I am very quiet on this list. I have a Samsung Haven but I never liked the sound quality from it. I also have an in V3 which I'm not sure you can get anymore. I thought it was the clearest in terms of texting so you had to do a lot of memory work to text properly since you have to use the old letters and numbers system. I keep the enV3 is my iPhone back
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On Jun 25, 2013, at 12:12 AM, "Lauren Merryfield" <lauren1 at catliness.com> wrote:
> Have you tried the Samsung Haven? I have used one for almost 3 years and I still keep it as a backup for my iPhone because the iPhone keeps dying on me. It has a numeric keypad and you can text with it. Verizon may not be selling them anymore but you can get one on eBay.
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>> Hello all. I am currently a Verizon Wireless subscriber. I am currently using the Samsung Intencity three. It works okay in some situatioons, but doesn’t in others. Many of the menues talk to me. However, I am trying to hear my text messages. I am unable to get the phone set to text message readout. That particular menue is visual. Also, the quardy keyboard talks to me when the phone is not having to do anything for me such as sending a message or inputting a contact in my phone. Vewrizon technical support is trying to help me, but , after working there for three years, I understand that some if not most of the mannuals that are online, are very difficult to figure out.
>> Does anyone know of a different phone that talks to me.
>> NOTE: I tried a touch-screen phone for one day and was totally frustrated with it.
>> I know that several blind individuals are able to use those phones, but for somne reason it doesn’t work for me.
>> Thanks and HOW ABOUT THOSE HAWKS.
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