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little_weirdo_999

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#5290 16-Oct-2005 20:29
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Hey guys...
I was wondering if someone could help me... I was just wondering how many txts this phone can hold in the inbox at one time...
Thanks...
Oh and just one other thing... I heard something about a new Sanyo coming out in Jan... anyone got any info on this?
Cheers
Neroli

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bradstewart
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  #21590 16-Oct-2005 21:50
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The phone should hold 100 messages in total, inbox, outbox and archive etc

 
 
 

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  #21591 16-Oct-2005 21:52
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oh ok then cool thanks for that :)

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