10-08-2007, 10:19 PM
| | Re: Moto Q et.al
The Q is an OK phone - it has some 'issues' but overall, it isn't
that bad. This is a hot potato issue and all I'll say is that the Q
has worked for me. Could it be better? Certainly. But again, it
ain't that bad either...
I'd be REAL cautious with that 10MB plan. It would be VERY easy to exceed
that amount and it's get expensive rapidly.
The Q being a WM5 based device isn't like a regular phone in that respect.
With your V3m, seem edits are required to 'hack' the device. Remember, being
that the Q is WM5, it has a registry and that is where you do whatever you
All you need is a registry editor and the right info (Hofo has lots)
"Prof. Franz Blaha" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I am leaning toward upgrading to a Moto Q + the 10MB data package in
>combination with my America's Choice (700 min) family plan.
> I would very much know
> a) whether the Moto Q is a good PDA/phone choice -- if not, what better
> alternatives are.
> b) whether 10MB data are adequate for a fairly infrequent web
> access/e-mail user -- practically only during 1-day trips away from home.
> c) will any "hacks" (such as the ones I had to perform on my V3m to get
> full functionality) be required for the Moto Q or other Verizon PDA
> Thanks for any pre-decision help y'all can give me.