[rescue] any tricks for installing/removing ram from sparc10s?
Jonathan C. Patschke
jp at celestrion.net
Sat Aug 2 17:24:07 CDT 2003
On 2 Aug 2003, Daniel de Young wrote:
> I'd be afraid of getting into bed (exclusively) with them right now.
So far, I'm tremendously happy. Their customer service -rocks-, their
network is rock-solid stable, and their phones (specifically my i90c)
are terrific for a number of reasons:
1) Great battery life.
2) A -useful- speakerphone feature.
3) Excellent reception.
4) The "flip-out" school of thought resonates with me very well, and
the overall design of the phone is great. If someone calls me
when I don't want to talk to them, I can hit one button (without
opening the phone) and send them directly to voice mail. Also,
the caller-ID display on the outside -rocks-.
5) A MINIMUM of useless cutesy bullshit.
> How can they compete with the coverage and much lower cell rates?
$77/mo (after taxes and fees) gets me:
* Free unlimited incoming calls.
* Free unlimited night & weekend calls.
* Free long distance.
* 500 minutes during peak hours.
* Wireless web and email.
* Unlimited two-way minutes that work "nation-wide".
* Callier ID, voicemail, and all the other standard stuff.
Sprint can't do all that, and their network sucks, anyway. Cingular
can go fuck themselves because they have a nasty habit of "accidentally"
changing contract terms behind your back. At least, that's been my
experience with those two companies.
As for coverage, I got better coverage in Northern California than my
fiancee's Verizon phone did. About 50 miles outside of Redding into the
mountains, I finally lost service.
BTW, we're talking about Nextel, if anyone hasn't figured it out. :)
Jonathan Patschke ) "We're Texans. We figure out ways to do these
Elgin, TX ( things..." --Bill Bradford
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