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Old 08-09-2005, 04:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Currently have a 7100t. Love everything about it except the poor reception and horrible voice quality. I briefly tried a Razr, best reception and voice quality I have yet experienced on t-mo. No BB email and a useless contact list made it a no go for me. So I'm back to my beat-up 7100t. However I need something I can actually use to speak to clients. From all the posts I have read it looks like the reception and voice quality issues are common with the 7100t.
So is the 7290 the way to go or should I try another new 7100t?

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It's got to be the device. The Razr was nearly perfect on the same # & network. I was able to drive from my office all the way home without a single droped call. On my 7100t I loose at least 3-4 calls on this trip.
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