cologuy26
(junior member)
11/26/07 04:51 PM
Help with Verizon selection

I've been in a couple Verizon stores trying to pick a phone. I'm eligible for $100 credit with new every two. The problem is, every phone advertises V-Cast and mobile TV...neither of which I'm at all interested in.

Here's what I am interested in, can you make a recommendation?
- My biggest thing is a calendar/address book that will sync with Outlook.
- I'd prefer to sync manually and not be required to pay for the monthly wireless service.
- I've always liked flip-phones, if that's a possibility...not a requirement though
- Want to keep the price down.

I was looking at the LG enV, but I'm not sure it can do outlook sync. Any other suggestions?


LisaG
(Head Honcho)
11/26/07 07:38 PM
Re: Help with Verizon selection

Most Verizon feature phones are setup to use Verizon's Wireless Sync. There are manufacturer and 3rd party tools-- Motorola makes Motorola Phone Tools (though I didn't see the newest Motos on Verizon listed as supported) and there's DataPilot http://www.datapilot.com which I've never used but they claim to support a large number of current phones for Outlook syncing.

All smartphones support syncing to Outlook out of the box (Moto Q9m, Samsung i760, XV6700 and the PN-820 which is a fairly inexpensive Windows Mobile Smartphone in flip phone format made by Pantech.


cologuy26
(junior member)
11/26/07 10:07 PM
Re: Help with Verizon selection

Okay, that makes sense. Let me ask you this. Is there a way anyone knows of that you can sync your data using the cheaper hopke.net, or something like that?

I'm trying to find a way to get out of paying $20/month just to sync data. Any ideas?


LisaG
(Head Honcho)
11/26/07 10:27 PM
Re: Help with Verizon selection

I'm not aware of any services. sorry. Never heard of the one you mentioned but it looks like a small sports news portal?


Contact the Folks at MobileTechReview.com | Privacy statement Go to mobiletechreview.com homepage

Powered by UBB.threads™ 6.5.5