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Topic # 12891 11-Apr-2007 22:32
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Does anyone else with a 6275 have this problem? I get about 3-4 days max out of the phone before i have to recharge it. I send around 25 texts a day and thats about all i do with the phone. Maybe a call every week or so. Could the battery be shagged? The phones only about a month old.

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  Reply # 66934 12-Apr-2007 14:47
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Thats pretty standard these days.

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Reply # 66937 12-Apr-2007 14:53
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4 days sounds about normal. If you get replies back, then thats 50 transmit/recieve sessions with the network a day, and around 30 seconds or so per text of backlight on (while composing and reading).

I have this phone - I get about 2.5 - 3.5 days, but i make a few more calls and a few less texts than you. I think its perfectly reasonable.

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Reply # 66938 12-Apr-2007 15:12

Things that help the life of your battery would be turning of the positioning (as we dont have Gps on 027) and also making sure that the bluetooth is switched off.  Also Movable screen savers deplete battery life as well.

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  Reply # 66949 12-Apr-2007 18:27
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Perfectly normal for that class of device, My 6234 (The GSM/UMTS equiv) is also no better with battery life, even on just 2g network.

Sitting idle in good coverage it's about 4 - 5 days

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  Reply # 66965 12-Apr-2007 20:37
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Mayhem: Things that help the life of your battery would be turning of the positioning (as we dont have Gps on 027) and also making sure that the bluetooth is switched off. Also Movable screen savers deplete battery life as well.

Clarification: Telecoms mobile network does not have GPS location functionality. A few Telecom handsets have full-blown personal GPS navigation/position systems (e.g. the 6275), and this works very well.







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Reply # 66973 12-Apr-2007 21:23
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I also get 3 to 4 days from my 6275, which is an improvment from my 6265.

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  Reply # 66979 12-Apr-2007 22:08
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Well thats alright then :) lol will switch off blue tooth now. Ta for the replies.

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  Reply # 69223 2-May-2007 13:06
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I get 2 days out of both my N73 and my 6265, with bluetooth on for both and around 50+ texts a day between them and some calling




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