Life is Good telephones have become a sign of the times for the last three years. The prototype telephone has been gradually evolving from landline phones to mobile wireless cellular ones. Motorola RAZR is still leading the market with its own line of wireless technology. On the other hand, U.S. Cellular introduced the Samsung Smartphone as a direct competitor and rival for the consumers who are conservative, budget-conscious, and need a functional, pragmatic communications device.
The existing issues with U.S. Cellular Samsung service remain open for contention after customers purchase the Galaxy S Mesmerize Android. A customer has to purchase the mobile wireless cellular device to start the unnerving rollercoaster experience with U.S. Cellular on a Samsung electronic device. One never knows the reasons why there are so many and so frequent daily, even weekly, monthly U.S. Cellular Samsung Android software updates with shutdowns, no service lapses, blackout screens, data overloads, missing Contact name listings and files, changing parameters, added Applications, slow web browsers, sluggish connections, interrupted telephone service, disconnected calls, dropped telephone calls, and so on.
First of all, one needs to sign up for the Belief Project with an internet bundle package which includes unlimited messaging text and pictures, as well as an unlimited web browser, to complement the number of monthly minutes to match the Samsung customer service. The only problem arises when the monthly bill arrives and U.S. Cellular adds a “Moomba” Polling Service for $9.99, when no one is dialing a polling service on the phone. Overcharges for non-required service cannot be tolerated by customers, especially when a polling service charge has never been requested nor used.
The average mobile wireless cellular device has become a virtual communications networking link with Android Applications. More and more customers need help and training to understand that the telephone has become a mobile wireless computer device.
Since U.S. Cellular and Samsung rely on vicarious learning experiences with the Android Applications, both have done without the traditional paper manual book used by Motorola. Instead, the former use a summary Compact Disc as an electronic manual, and removed all the Help applications from the Android now. Obviously, the customer needs to ask the U.S. Cellular Service Center, “How To Use The Android?” in person, instead of reading about its functions on a manual.
Now in 2012, U.S. Cellular has arranged for scheduled Device Workshops for customers to learn how to use Samsung Android Application devices. It is amazing how learning by discovery can still leave one baffled by new mobile wireless cellular technology and science. Even the technician at the Service Center can find challenging how every individual programs one’s own virtual communications Android device.
Some customers still have problems with human mobile wireless cellular hackers who interfere with standard and normal communications practices by the owners of the Samsung electronic devices as users. Human communications blockers can hinder Updates and Downloads on the web all the time.
So far, learning from experience reveals that the U.S. Cellular Samsung Galaxy S is the third slowest virtual mobile wireless cellular device with 1GHz and only one processor to manage its own communications network.
In addition, Samsung has not revealed to all Illinois customers the next Smartphone Android to be the Merge model with two processors on beta now—only used by U.S. Cellular Samsung employees, not by the customers.
It is amazing how much faster other wireless cellular devices can be, compared to U.S. Cellular Samsung services now. Must be that U.S. Cellular network must be updated constantly with direct service lines (DSL) for fiber-optic telecommunications.
In conclusion, it seems that U.S. Cellular Samsung do not want the customers to have a faster wireless cellular mobile service than their own electronic devices nor the latest technology for a virtual wireless cellular network, like other competitors provide for an emerging mobile communications market.
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