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#8799 30-Jul-2006 17:45
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What is the best Nokia on the market for telecom?

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  #42871 30-Jul-2006 18:15
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Hello, Welcome to Geekzone!
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Good choice going with Nokia, all the times I've dropped mine its never broken!
Unfortunately Vodafone is a better provider for me than Telecom so you'll have to get someone else to help you there...

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#42875 30-Jul-2006 18:30
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JAMMAN2110: Unfortunately Vodafone is a better provider for me than Telecom so you'll have to get someone else to help you there...

Do you hear that sound.... Here come the Telco trolls. Brace yourself.


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  #42876 30-Jul-2006 18:36
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Hi nerdgeek

Welcome to Geekzone. You may want to read this thread on Nerds vs Geeks, you seem to be a little confused.

The best Nokia and also the best phone on Telecom is the 6265.

It has nice 240x320 screen, 2MP camera, MP3 palyer, video messaging, expandable memory (mini SD) and lots more.

I have owned one for quite a while is the best phone i have ever had. Taken a real beating but still going. The price isnt too healthy on the wallet ($799) but its worth every cent.


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#42877 30-Jul-2006 19:33
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i cheakd the telecom website and that looks like the next upgrade, i currently own a nokia 6255 its good but the camera has stopped working (which I use alot) I previously owned a sanyo for about a month till it broke what a peice!!!! , its a shame that telecom isnt on a gsm network so we can have all the cool phones,

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