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  Reply # 356716 26-Jul-2010 19:06
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The Nokia C6 seems like a good phone. it works on XT as well and you can buy it from http://www.gadgetsonline.co.nz/gadget759-Nokia-c6--Black.html

I am looking at buying one.

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  Reply # 367272 13-Aug-2010 17:27
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out of the specific phones you mentioned I'd strongly recommend the Nokia 5800, gives awesome value for money (you can get it by looking at pricespy.co.nz for under $500) while the iPhone and Nokia N97 are very very overpriced for what they can do (in my opinion).

Also you mentioned Android, a very good choice but my recommendation would depend on your price range as there are HEAPS of them out there :)

Android phones, prices and models: http://pricespy.co.nz/category.php?k=v1436




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  Reply # 367273 13-Aug-2010 17:29
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btw, thought I'd let everybody know I heard he went for the HTC Touch2 and is very happy with it :)




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