Good info, thanks!
That would work for me. But we'll have to go to a store so she can hold it in her hand to see if it will be a good fit. (personally, I'd probably prefer the S8+)
We use T-Mobile, they've been great and the best for us so far, so no plans on switching... especially if they keep improving things like they seem to be.
For me, I prefer Windows Mobile... as my mobile use focus is on convenience (not sure how familiar you are with Win10 Mobile, but it's brilliant) and working seamlessly with my Win10 laptop.
My ideal solution or phone fantasy, would be the S8+ running Win10 Mobile! I doubt that will happen, so I'm waiting to see what happens with the "surface phone". But I am all about the S8 for my wife if it's a good fit after trying it out.
Wow, this is kind of right along the lines of what I've been researching on remote extensions...
One of the things that we routinely do is to block all non-free calling so even if our extension, PBX or platform were to be hacked, even if they gained access to our SIP trunk, they can't rack up long distance calls or whatever.
To be honest I wouldn't have known either who to call in this particular circumstance. I don't know if I would have called 911 but I probably would've settle on someone else's expertise similarly. Good information across the board here. Thanks.
Some very good information. Our Safety Director doesn't even know who to talk to. He has suggested I talk to our local fire marshall. @scottalanmiller do you think the fire marshall will have reliable info?
That's a much better resource. He at least should have the authority to tell you that he can't tell you.
We do have a attorney on retainer but Management would like me to call the Fire Marshall first and see what he recommends and then call the attorney. Ill post my findings.
Once you do that, you'll want to rebuild the bluetooth stack. Remove the device from your phone, power off, power back on, re-pair the bluetooth. That will rebuild the bluetooth stack and is best practice after updating firmware. (I spend A LOT of time on PLT's forums).
Also, I don't recommend the M series. They are the stupid cousin of the Voyager series.
Sadly my BT isn't any of those. It's the M55 - Just a simple unit.
The one on the phone. Worst feature of the phone. You search for a common app that you want and you get scores of results of malware, all with the exact name of the product and/or company that you were looking for.
I've never had that happen. and I've had a few different windows phones.
We had a few. But there is only one store. It was very much a "CloudatCost" level of service. Looked good till you actually search for an app then realized you had no assurance of which one was real. It made me appreciate the lock down of the iOS system that someone was vetting the vendors and at least attempting to ensure that products weren't trying to trick you.
Biggest ones were things like the Chrome browser. Search for it and it didn't exist, but hundreds of things called that did.