From: imascot on
Steve <teu(a)qprc.inv> wrote in news:es3mv2d34asfd9kkh5c4s0lkcevv348r07(a)4ax.com:

> I activated a Verizon phone, so I guess it's using the Verizon
> network. Otherwise, does PP have its own network? Any differences?
>
>

No, they are a reseller of Verizon service. They also win the award for worst corporate website, small
company division (most corporate websites win for large company division).

J.
From: Steve on
imascot <imnot(a)mycomputer.now> wrote:
>No, they are a reseller of Verizon service. They also win the award for worst corporate website, small
>company division (most corporate websites win for large company division).

No kidding, their site truly sucks...


--

Fig Newton: The force required to accelerate a fig 39.37 inches per sec.

....J. Hart
From: Steve on
Does PP use the same network, whether I purchase the phone thru them
or purchase a Verizon Inpulse phone and then activate it with PP? Am
I better off with the Verizon phone?


--

Fig Newton: The force required to accelerate a fig 39.37 inches per sec.

....J. Hart
From: imascot on
Steve <teu(a)qprc.inv> wrote in news:69brv2d2cqus2a285rro9t6ghcl15s9mtc(a)4ax.com:

> Does PP use the same network, whether I purchase the phone thru them
> or purchase a Verizon Inpulse phone and then activate it with PP? Am
> I better off with the Verizon phone?
>
>

Yes--they are a reseller of Verizon service. All of the phones they sell are Verizon-branded phones.
There is a larger selection of models available on Ebay. Just search for "Verizon phone".
But first, research models on a website like mobiledia or phonescoop, for user reviews. Also, I
recommend getting a tri mode phone, they are capable of roaming onto analog networks where there is
not a digital signal.

J.
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