Sprint was nice enough to send the 9000 as an exchange for the 7500. The 7500 is a nice phone. Sprint just told me that I had to return one of them.
I just read the reviews on the 9000. How does the voice quality compare between the 2?
Over the holidays Sprint hiked up their prices; however, I had saved the Sprint on-line page. The local store mgr. matched the on-line price. However, she was only able to get the 7500, as the 9000 was not available.
Sprint told me that they would send one. I called, and their was, well, a dispute. I always get their name & CS no.
Finally, they sent the 9000 at no charge & extended the 2 week trial period.
I signed up for voice command, which is useless since both phones have this feature built in (except for the ability to save one's nos. on the network, and I noticed that only nos. are on the web-site, no e-mail, or other info included with ea. contact.) Guess I'll end up writing all my contacts down. The instructions say 20 contacts, but if one hits the button on the side of the phone, it will call a contact. I'd rather pay $5 for text messaging!
I just thought I get Voice Command, download the addresses to my new 9000, but I'm not so sure.
Both phones have a USB cable.
They have a sync program to upload one's contacts from Outlook, which I do not use. It does not work.
I was able to copy contacts from some of my many e-mail addresses into my web-mail address book, w/o all the fuss provided by my cheapo dial up (backup) ISP.
Anyway, one can upload photos, but not one's contacts to the Voice Command address book at Sprint.
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