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Reply # 24783 15-Dec-2005 10:06
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And most philips phones went fizz, or spark, or diga litereally. They were horrid. the savvy was anything but with it's calculator size display.

My other Gran still uses an ISIS, I actually liked that phone as it was nothing more than make and take calls with a loud ring. it needs to be digital and smaller but still round and cute with it's jellybean keys.

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  Reply # 24784 15-Dec-2005 10:09
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Oh you want to know what phones I have USED!, no I wont publish this here but i'll publish a paperback book with the list. sheesh there are more phones than models of cars! the ones which are rememberable were the "hello kitty" phones, and the "bird" range

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 24841 16-Dec-2005 08:12
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paradoxsm: And most philips phones went fizz, or spark, or diga litereally. They were horrid. the savvy was anything but with it's calculator size display.



Hey man don't knock the Savvy... it brought us Emoticons the the text world... lol

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  Reply # 25200 22-Dec-2005 19:27
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hmmm

Alcatel One Touch easy DB
Alcatel One touch 311
Siemens C60
Siemens C65
Hyundai TX115c
Alcatel One Touch 565
Sony Ericsson F500i
Gtran 4020
Nokia 3205

Finally

Pantech TX130c.




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