thejmart link - be sure to specify you need the same phone number) to use in the new phone, then called executive solutions and transferred service from your Nokia. You could probably still do that - though I'm not sure since you've already activated the new phone. You may want to call executive solutions and ask.
Couple of questions on the use of the phone:
The right "-" key is set to Messages. Can it be setup for something else?
Under "phone settings", one can "Set Shortcuts". Once shortcuts are set, how do you use them?
Putting it on silent will let it ring from their end indicating your phone is getting a signal. Turning it off will cause their call to go direct to voice mail
Does anyone else have a hard time opening the flip? All the other flip phones I have used, I could just grab the back and the flip and open it easily. With the LG420 I have to basically stick a fingernail between the back and the flip every time.
I bought a LG420G, activated it, moved my number from my old tracfone, and am apparently on Tmobile. I would like to get another LG420G from tracfone with the DMFL card for my wife and activate it on AT&T. Rather than got thru the trouble of trying to get tracfone to send me one with an AT&T sim or talk them into sending me a replacement AT&T sim could I just order another P5 phone, buy a $5 AT&T tracfone sim on ebay, insert it into the new phone and activate it online and move her old AT&T tracfone number over?
I agree. I think the problem is the color display takes a lot more power than monochrome and would drain the battery too much if left on. Personally I think color on the external display is wasted. I would rather have an external monochrome display that stayed on all the time.Would also be nice if the external display can stay on so the time is display all the time.
Still try to figure out how one uses the "shortcuts". One can set 20 of these shortcuts but can't figure out to get to them.
When you order a phone, Trac asks where the phone will be used the most or where it will be used if its a gift. This allows you to use an AT&T only market area Zip when ordering a phone. You can activate it anywhere you can get a signal, using your choice of zip so you get a local phone number.