Re: The facts about getting a SmartVision phone repaired

Gerald Levy

Well, Ann, is it possible that Gary called IRIE directly and was told by one of their helpful agents that although the Smart Vision can still be purchased from their web site, it is no longer being made?  Since you already own this phone, I strongly suggest that you call them yourself to find out whether this is true before you accuse Gary of spreading false rumors, like you are always so quick to accuse me of doing.


On 7/15/2020 8:34 AM, Ann Parsons wrote:
Hi all,

Oh, please, why do people persist in posting rumors and misinformation. "It's not even on the web site any more."

Balderdash! Read this and weep!

If you looked a little further, you might find something.  You've got no proof, Gary, no email, no announcement, no web site nothing, just your own erroneous misinformation!  Did you hear about it?  It's called the pandemic!  Did you know that factories and businesses all over the world have been closed down, even in obscure countries like France?
Production of all products have been delayed.  It's been going on since the middle of March and--.

You come up with proof, solid, incontrovertible proof, and then I'll believe you.  Until then, it's fake news.

BTW, you might have had difficulty finding the phone on their web site because you don't have its name correct.  It's the 'Smart Vision2'.

Ann P.

Original message:
If you are going to get a smartvision, you better move quickly. Both
models are no longer being made.  As a matter of fact, they're are not
even on the website any more.

On 7/14/2020 10:14 PM, Abbie Taylor wrote:
Eyore, in answer to your question about my BlindShell phone, Laz Mesa at chccessible Electronics replaced the defective device, no muss, no fuss. I've since emailed the folks at BlindShell about the problems other users and I are having with the device. If I don't hear back from them within a reasonable amount of time, I'll more seriously consider switching to the Kapses Smart Vision 2 phone. I've talked to two other people besides Ann who have this device, and they're happy with it.
As for the Lucia phone, I heard it would only work with G3 networks. So, when carriers switched to G 4 networks, users of this device were out of luck. I could be wrong, but you might want to do more research before you draw conclusions.
Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author

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