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Topic # 69939 15-Oct-2010 10:31
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Hey, just out of interest, I have a Nokia E75, had a liking of Nokia in the past and I like features but reality for me is that I hardly use them.  How about you guys?

I only make calls, seldom text, don't really use the web browser unless I was on travel - I don't carry a laptop or Netbook since I like to travel light.  Occasionally the calendar and calculator is useful and the metric converter, maybe the odd mp3 each month or so (podcast).  Have yet to use GPS when overseas, in the past it was just easier to grab a map at the visitors centre.  *On  my phone you need to pay subscription per year to have navigation and I also find without aGPS, it's a bit slow at the start sorta displeasures me using it. 



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  Reply # 392159 15-Oct-2010 11:03
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I used to have a Nokia N95 back in the day, would use it for Internet, Email, Google Maps, Twitter, Facebook, MSN etc on a daily basis.

Now I have a HTC Magic (which i should really replace) and use it for Internet, Email, Google Maps, Twitter, Gaming, Facebook, and I seem to use it more than my laptop.

The only problem is I really chew through the data on my phone, have done something silly like 4 1gb topups this month, ok - maybe I am OCD.




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