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Topic # 13640 21-May-2007 16:46
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Does anyone have one of these? If you do what are your views on it? I've read reviews online and there are good and bad things about it. How's the battery life when you take it off 3G? I'm just thinking about getting one since Vodafone have made a good offer (anyone with a vbox will know what I'm talking about).

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  Reply # 71634 22-May-2007 11:52
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Just wondering if a mod could move this to the Vodafone forum please?

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Reply # 72835 30-May-2007 15:31
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I got one not long ago.  Awesome.  Camera is crisp and clear, 3g calling is great and my picture is smooth and crisp.  If you're into some of the other "fun" functions that are normally present in non-vodafone branded phones, they're not all there.  Most are though.  Haven't used it that much, but it's been really good and it isn't laggy like my motorola E398.


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  Reply # 72848 30-May-2007 16:14
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For $99 it's pretty hard to go past if you need a new phone! You're certainly not going to get anything better for under $300 at present which is the going rate for 6288's.






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