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Topic # 5919 8-Dec-2005 22:32
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well telecom T3G is not that great Vodafone had Basicly every thing telecom has on 3G on there 2G netwok i mean they get video PXT on T3G. where as voafone had that on 2G when the first Video phones first came out now telecom is makeing it look like this whole new thing when it's realy not. voafone's 3G is much much better. and faster

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Reply # 24448 8-Dec-2005 22:56
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Joe_I_T: well telecom T3G is not that great Vodafone had Basicly every thing telecom has on 3G on there 2G netwok i mean they get video PXT on T3G. where as voafone had that on 2G when the first Video phones first came out now telecom is makeing it look like this whole new thing when it's realy not. voafone's 3G is much much better. and faster
It does read like a trolling, but...

Sorry, Vodafone UMTS is actually slower than Telecom CDMA EVDO.





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Reply # 24450 8-Dec-2005 23:02
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I was going to make a bigger post about the speeds but refreshed and saw yours :P

Personally I think its trolling seeing the other posts (including the one with the service code).




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Reply # 24454 8-Dec-2005 23:12

What was in that topic? I am curious.. :)




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Reply # 24456 8-Dec-2005 23:14
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Topic name was "Read This (Unlock any telecom Nokia)!".

No service codes were in the topic - just in the message (not trying to break the rules).

Edit: Bleh, you beat me to it.




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Reply # 24467 9-Dec-2005 09:03
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i'm sorry for doing that guys i didn't no it was wong and i will never do it again. i will liv this website for good

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Reply # 24469 9-Dec-2005 09:16
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Hey Joe, you don't have to leave the site just because one of your topics was removed. It happens - make sure you read the article Forum Usage Guidelines linked before and you should be ok.

The idea of the forums is to have a space where people can write their impressions, exchange ideas, help each other.







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Reply # 24478 9-Dec-2005 11:22
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Wong LOL I think you mean wrong and no should be know

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Reply # 24487 9-Dec-2005 12:26
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freitasm: That's why we ask people to write in plain English, not SMS lingo...


I think it's perfectly reasonable to also expect people to uphold a sensible standard of grammar and spelling (with due tolerance to anyone whose native language is not English). It may sound old-fashioned, but I think it's quite rude to send carelessly written correspondence to people.

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Reply # 24495 9-Dec-2005 14:20

I agree. And English is not my first language, but I try to use it properly.




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