Nextel sucks ass. I have Verizon. They be the shit. Nationwide. I get service everywhere, and haven't had a problem yet. Nextel has 0 service around here. Perhaps out where your at, it could be good service though. I like the idea of their direct connect business, but not enough service out this way to make me switch...
They just don't understand the ultimate coolness in just squeezing the side button and talking from Florida to New york or the Cali connection I have too. I have 37 different people in my nextel direct connect a 400 minute a month calling plan and I never have gone over 140 minutes. Everyone I know has a nextel so I don't have to use the phone itself. Marty I got a new nextel account so I'll beep you with my new number asap.
Florida Co-Chapter Leader
Hey Rodney you are right they don't see how awesome it is to hit a button no dialing involved and talk to the Texas members on a chapter meet and almost get the feeling of sitting there with them at the campfire at night, or speaking with you in Florida and never sounding like your 24 hours away, or the PA members Mich, Cali, all over it is great.
However i also have the 400 minute plan on the cell phone and last month i went over it big time, total minutes last month 1000 minutes used, damn man let me tell you guy's nextel is not the cell company to have if you go over boy at 40 cents a minute add another $200+ to the regular bill of $70 or is it $80 man im not sure i just get the wife saying enjoyed yourself last month
Cool pushing the button and talking I push one button and CALL the person I want to talk to. No annoying "beep-beep" inbetween sentences. Nextel service sux around here. big time. Verizon my friends. Verizon.....
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