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joset01 12/4/2012 | 9:11:56 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? checking it out....
gigeguy 12/4/2012 | 9:11:56 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? > Some Bluetooth notes and/or facts.....

Great article! Are you aware of any BT-enabled phones that can be used on the CDMA/1xRTT Verizon Wireless network, or any coming soon? Thanks! My Palm Tungsten|T wants a friend to talk to ...
gigeguy 12/4/2012 | 9:11:56 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? > The concept of switching service providers to get a bluetooth phone strikes me as somewhat warped.

That was the point of my earlier post - I want to keep my Verizon service, but just be able to use a Bluetooth phone with it!
angelseye2000 12/4/2012 | 9:11:54 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? "The concept of switching service providers to get a bluetooth phone strikes me as somewhat warped."

To switch based on a Bluetooth phone only wouldn't be my choice either. But if the service isn't great ditto i would. I was more or less refering to people who are caught with an operator who don't offer Bluetooth service and who have bought Bluetooth products which they can't use. I think it's very ought that there are operators who don't offer these services these days. HELLOOOOO, it's 2002 guys. It has a lot to do with where you live i guess sad enough. More patience we must have.

"Sorry but i'll put service quality and performance over bluetooth any day."

All should be offered by operators.

regards,

angel
angelseye2000 12/4/2012 | 9:11:54 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? There are a "few" CDMA related Bluetooth Mobile phones.....

Motorola TimePort 270c.
CDMA 900/1800, 2-Way Speaker Phone, Bluetooth, Voice Recorder, Voice Dialing, WAP 1.1, PIM, iTAP input, and much more...
http://www.4cellular.com/searc...
Timeport 270 Motorola CDMA handset with Bluetooth adaptor
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...

Samsung Bluetooth PCS Phone Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
The Samsung CDMA2000 1X handset, SPH-X2500BT has a compact folding design that allows you to easily carry the phone in your pocket. Other userfriendly features include 16-chord melody, and a wide & clear 256 color LCD. It also simplifies your professional life by offering headset, PIM, Internet access function, and data capability using Bluetooth wireless technology
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...

cdmaOne C413S Sony Corporation -- cdmaOne mobile phone with Bluetooth
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...

M11 Sharp Corporation -- W-CDMA PDA style phone with Bluetooth function
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...

Samsung Bluetooth PCS Phone Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. -- cdma2000 phone for Korea.
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...

Other Mobile Phones with built-in Bluetooth
http://qualweb.opengroup.org/T...
http://www.expansys.com/d_blue... (scroll)

Next question is are they avaliable and where. Maybe Qualcomm can answer these questions. The lack of CDMA phones with Bluetooth are obvious.

Palm Tungsten T message/info board
http://discussion.brighthand.c...

;o)
lrmobile_castro 12/4/2012 | 9:11:50 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? "Sorry but i'll put service quality and performance over bluetooth any day."

"All should be offered by operators"

GSM/GPRS in the US does not provide a user with the same data rates as 1XRTT from verizon or sprint. It never will, though edge might.

If EDGE does a better job than 1XRTT (assuming 1XEV-DO is not available) then i'll consider switching. Until then i'll live without bluetooth. Its a nice accessory and one which i'd like but its still an accessory to me.





Guglielmo 12/4/2012 | 9:11:07 PM
re: Bluetooth Stateside? Agree with Castro on this thread.

I've used Verizon 1X data service with a PCMCIA card, and I've used an Ericsson Bluetooth headset.

The 1X service rapidly becomes "can't live without." The Bluetooth headset becomes just another charger to haul around, a dubious tradeoff to avoid a headset wire.

Two cents from one gadget head.
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