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    KonnectONE Moxee Home Phone

    Recently seen at Walmart. $50 and runs on Verizon. Model is K500HPEL. I assume it's to replace the ZTE?

    https://support.straighttalk.com/dev...e?device=25037

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    Quote Originally Posted by loboheeler View Post
    Recently seen at Walmart. $50 and runs on Verizon. Model is K500HPEL. I assume it's to replace the ZTE?

    https://support.straighttalk.com/dev...e?device=25037
    Error 404.

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    Just another day in paradise.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by VisionsDivine View Post
    Error 404.
    I recopied the tutorial link from it's original source. Works for me now.

    https://support.straighttalk.com/dev...e?device=25037

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    Went to Walmart on Sunday (July 12, 2020) and bought the Moxee brand Straight Talk Home Phone box.

    First impressions: It looks identical to the ZTE Z723EL with the exception of a grid kind of thing at the top. The notification bar on the front (on/off, battery, voicemail indicator and signal bars) is almost identical as well. The back side is a little different with the sim card slot on the back instead of under the bottom cover. But the phone line slots and on/off button, dual antenna mounts and charger slot are about the same as the ZTE.

    I'm getting five bars of service so a good signal. The call quality is as good as the ZTE if not better (callers seem just a bit louder). The callers say I sound great and very natural, not muffled or "tinny" either.

    The one HUGE difference in this model and the Huawei and ZTE is the "dial tone" and the ringing sound when you make a call. It does not sound like the old POTS line dial tone or any other tone I've ever heard. It actually sounds like a 300 hz tone. Yes, both the dial tone and the ring tone both sound like a 300 hz tone. I thought it was something wrong until I realized that is their brand of tone. I'll be honest and say I'm not crazy about that at all. It would have been nice to have a more traditional sounding dial tone and ring tone. But since I'm using it for a home phone, it'll work fine. Just a bit of a shock.

    So far, between me and others calling me, I've had none of the crazy tone issues with the Moxee like I did with the ZTE. Fingers crossed this new brand of box solves the issue. I'm not going to have much of a chance to go back to the ZTE. As soon as I finished the install of the Moxee box, I tossed the ZTE in the trash. Good riddance.

    I used the automated transfer service with Straight Talk and the Moxee box was up and running in about 10 minutes.

    So far, so good. I'll keep everyone posted.

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