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  Reply # 208160 20-Apr-2009 14:43
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sbiddle: I thought you were just the tea trolley boy. When did you get a promotion?


Quiet in the cheapseats trolley boy and vegie stacker



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  Reply # 208166 20-Apr-2009 15:01
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mmm..... looks like there's no more advice forthcoming - thks all am gonna head down to the shop and see what they look like in the rEALLLLLLLLLLLLLL thing

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 208173 20-Apr-2009 15:14
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cajetan: mmm..... looks like there's no more advice forthcoming - thks all am gonna head down to the shop and see what they look like in the rEALLLLLLLLLLLLLL thing


If you do get one there are already firmware upgrades out to fix some of the major issues. I have no idea if these versions are available for NZ product codes yet but it would pay to try running PC Suite and NSU immediately before you install anything.


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Reply # 208175 20-Apr-2009 15:27
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sbiddle:
johnr:
cajetan:
johnr:
nate:
johnr:Yep GPS does work unless someones removed the satellites over night


I wouldn't put it past you guys at Vodafone...

/me ducks




Got the red helicopters to sort them out last night


soooooo u work for vodafone and fix fax machines as well?




Fix fax machines and clean the Bath rooms


I thought you were just the tea trolley boy. When did you get a promotion?



Friday when I reached 9 years



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  Reply # 208178 20-Apr-2009 15:48
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sbiddle:
cajetan: mmm..... looks like there's no more advice forthcoming - thks all am gonna head down to the shop and see what they look like in the rEALLLLLLLLLLLLLL thing


If you do get one there are already firmware upgrades out to fix some of the major issues. I have no idea if these versions are available for NZ product codes yet but it would pay to try running PC Suite and NSU immediately before you install anything.



thks for the tip

now had a look at both me think me will go with the 5880 - cheers all and the "wonder 9yr old kid"

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Reply # 209149 25-Apr-2009 09:50
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The E71 by far is better



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  Reply # 209307 25-Apr-2009 19:47
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after using the 5800 for a few days i'm pretty pleased with it - the only thing missing was the document reader but other than that for the price i paid $680.00 phone only - it's a very good all rounder - particularly impressed with the GPS thingy and that u don't have to download the maps via the phone - u could download the maps on your PC and transfer it over eg for Aust and Oceania region 150 MB - Asia 500MB if i had to download that via vodafone - i won't be able to pay my mortgage for a month! just type in a address in NZ and out it comes! amazing!

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