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Topic # 4636 12-Aug-2005 20:56
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i was just lookin around on the telecom and i found this

http://img358.imageshack.us/img358/1707/untitled9xu.th.png

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Reply # 18253 12-Aug-2005 21:22
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On the Telecom what and i'm not quite sure what you are getting at

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  Reply # 18260 12-Aug-2005 22:20
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What his crypitic message means is that the feature "video telephony" appears in the telecom mobile phone "compare" page. it might be a coming feature

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Reply # 18261 12-Aug-2005 22:52
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when I look the option is not ticked, Sorry im lost

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  Reply # 18270 13-Aug-2005 09:05
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johnr: when I look the option is not ticked, Sorry im lost


I think what he's done is gone onto the Telecom web site and compared the features of two particular handsets. As you can see, neither of the handsets that he's chosen support video calling, but the fact that it's specified as an option suggests that it may feature on a soon to be released handset.



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  Reply # 18277 13-Aug-2005 10:32
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when i was comparing two phones i found that it has Video Telephony in the list so i might be an up coming feature link below
https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html?action=/mshop_handsetGallery

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  Reply # 18368 15-Aug-2005 11:39
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They also have Sync ML , this does not mean that they are getting it soon. I suspect they have put this here so you can compare what vodaphone has on there handset . So you can see the phones pro and cons compared to a Voda handset

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