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Topic # 6741 20-Feb-2006 09:52

I finally got myself on Telecom! but for some reason I didn't find out too much about it! can anyone tell me, did I pick a good brand or anythink that i should know about it?

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Reply # 28820 20-Feb-2006 10:49
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What make and model did you get? And what plan are you on?




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Reply # 28831 20-Feb-2006 12:28

Thanks for the fast replies guys, so sorry Tony I forgot to put the model no. in, Jaffa was right it is the LG NX225, thanks for all the info on it, I thought it looked quite stylish, and having the internal antenna means you won't catch me chewing it, like I see so often (one less habit I need), still haven't figure out how to put it on vibrate alert, i surpose i will have to do the reading up on it tonight..... Im on a mates rates prepay plan, so it gets charged to my home line, sounded good to me anyway!!

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 28859 20-Feb-2006 14:27

OK I managed to get it vibrating!!!! oh what a happy day! now the students won't know when I get a message, It's been going off all morning ;-).

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Reply # 28862 20-Feb-2006 14:31
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Excellent. Sounds like you are on "Go Onebill Mates Rates", which is probably one of the better value plans for texters / low users.

I like the LG, but I currently have a Nokia 6255.




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Reply # 28866 20-Feb-2006 15:11

The Nokia 6255 was my other choice, but it was twice the price and.....well I just couldn't see myself using the video that much.....only on the cat! and it wouldn't be wise to take it to party's after a few drinks........ you would take heaps of the floorhehe, I feel a lot better about my choice now... thanks to you guys.

I sometimes tend to rush into things then think about it later, normally I only think about it when other people ask me whether it does this and that? and I'm like "I don't know!" and then I freak out and question it! ummmm it must be another blonde thing.:-(

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