I have a i355 for work and have group connect (you can talk up to 20 people at a time) and direct connect and am a member of the Emergency Services Group. Send me an email from the link in my signature and I'll send you my D/C number if you're interested.datainmotion said:Who here uses NexTel if you don't mind saying?
I've got an i335 coming on Monday...
It's a sprint thing. Poor customer service and billing disasters are the biggest reasons for high churn.Thayne said:I still do, but I am hearing Nextel is sucking wind and might be gone sooner rather than later.
Interesting. I had Sprint many years ago and switched to Nextel. My coverage and dropped call rate skyrocketed! Once my Nextel contract was over, which couldn't have been quick enough, I switched back to Sprint (because I didn't need that cool beeping walkie talkie thing after all) and I've been happy every since. But, my needs also changed. I needed the direct connect for a side job, and now I don't. And now I have PDA on Sprint's data network that I stream the internet off of and that works great for mobile applications. Just depends on your needs I guess. But I did notice a huge drop in quality of signal w/ Nextel.scanlist said:It's a sprint thing. Poor customer service and billing disasters are the biggest reasons for high churn.
At any rate I'm still carrying an i530 on my person.
datainmotion said:And yes, Sprint's Colorado coverage pales in comparison to say Verizon (don't bother arguing - we assisted CSP to do extensive testing to prove this).