Anyone have a windows phone?

Mike2301

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I picked up a Nokia 1520 last weekend to go along with my 5s. I figured the camera would come in handy for before/afters. And it has Microsoft office on it. I have my number forwarded to bid slot so it never rings. Pretty awesome lol

I can still text and everything. But the calls go to them

And then some people on here have my personal number and try calling a deaf person lol




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Rapid HotClean

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My son is a senior at the U of O and is buddies with the kid (student) who's the paid Microsoft campus rep. The rep's job is to hype-up Microsoft hardware with the kids. After the windows phone flopped he was told to give them away for free. Didn't work, no takers.
 

Scott Stone

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My geeky son loves his window phone. Nothing makes me happier than when his phone goes down, like they always do, and I get to give him a bad time about getting an Iphone.
 

Scott Stone

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I picked up a Nokia 1520 last weekend to go along with my 5s. I figured the camera would come in handy for before/afters. And it has Microsoft office on it. I have my number forwarded to bid slot so it never rings. Pretty awesome lol

I can still text and everything. But the calls go to them

And then some people on here have my personal number and try calling a deaf person lol




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You face some unique challenges in the business arena. It would be tough being profoundly deaf and trying to run a pressure washing business. Do you only do commercial? How do you communicate with your customers? I really am sincere in wanting to know.
 

Mike2301

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My son is a senior at the U of O and is buddies with the kid (student) who's the paid Microsoft campus rep. The rep's job is to hype-up Microsoft hardware with the kids. After the windows phone flopped he was told to give them away for free. Didn't work, no takers.




I have an iPhone as well

The only thing I don't like about the windows is lack of notifications. Its a very stable phone

I like it a hell of alot better than the androids we had





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Mike2301

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You face some unique challenges in the business arena. It would be tough being profoundly deaf and trying to run a pressure washing business. Do you only do commercial? How do you communicate with your customers? I really am sincere in wanting to know.




also do landscaping. Most communication is through email after initial contact. I have april/bidslot for an answering service and to communicate. I can email her and she'll call customers for me as well

It sucks being deaf but bidslot has made it a whole lot easier.

And I'm mostly residential. We will go after commercial this fall





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samstewart1979

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I've got a windows phone and it's complete garbage. It is only used for business but it was free so I took it. The non-smart phones were around $100..... it shows a sign of the times, I guess. Anyway, the texting is not predictable, and I hate the menu.
 
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