Getting More From Your Mobile Devices: Get FREE Training From Your Wireless Carrier

Most of us buy cell phones like we buy bagels. We just buy one and might not think much about it.
Sure, we give some thought to weight and maybe a few other things. But overall, there are so many different varieties it can really be difficult to know what’s really best for you.
Once we buy the cell phone, for us and our employees we use it the best we can, as it came out of the box. However, did you know there’s so much more your cell phone can do for you – out of the box and by taking the time to add applications and accessories to it.
My new Palm 700wx can tell me right where to go now that I’ve downloaded Google Maps (get a free copy at There’s thousands of other free and fee based applications for entertain, business or personal life management that you can download.
I would highly suggest that you check with your carrier to see if they offer free training (or even the cost of paid lessons).
Verizon Wireless offers free courses at this link to sign up for free training courses.
In the month of July, you’ll be able to find the following workshops at the following Verizon Wireless stores:

342 Madison Avenue:
Tuesday, July 8; 43rd Street and Madison Ave. near Grand Central Station; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
To register call: 212-856-6100.
134 West 34th Street:
July 9; across from Macy’s between 7th Avenue and Broadway; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
To register call: 917-351-8000.
981 Third Avenue:
Wednesday July 16; near 59th Street; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
To register call: 212-759-0201.
2268 Broadway:
Monday, July 28; between 81st and 82nd Street; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
To register call: 212-712-8040.


About Ramon Ray

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  • Reel Logix, Inc

    You are not kidding Ramon about how we depend on technology and want to have the latest and the best. The more training available the better.
    My two favorite new gadgets are the Garmin and the ATT air card. What I loved about them? Next to no downtime for training.
    My new Treo phone on the other hand is a different story. I still need help there.
    Keep up the great work.
    Telia (the scheduling software folks)