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*Jono*

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#7927 22-May-2006 11:47
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Hey all.

I was going to get a replacement Nokia 6265 but the dealer told me (Telecom Queen St) they were currently out of stock and didnt know how long it will be. Poss a few weeks to a few months??

Does anyone know about the situation of this? I would understand if they were sold out because they are awsme phones!! But how how will it before they come in? Im using my old 6225 at the moment. Feels so old school. But hey it does the job! I guess they dont make them how they use to.

Any info would be greatly appreciated!

Thankz in advance

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  #36300 22-May-2006 12:19
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Out of stock...

Riiiight


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  #36302 22-May-2006 12:23
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Dukes Arcade here in Wellington has a sign next to their display 6265 saying ***Currently Unavalible***




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  #36306 22-May-2006 14:18
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Ok i found out that they are not out of stock. But are having software updates or something along those lines.

Not sure of an exact date of when they will be available

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  #36310 22-May-2006 15:39
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Oh a software update? I wonder if it will make the phone less sluggish?

Been waiting for for an update for quite a while now

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  #36312 22-May-2006 15:42
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Yeah, i didnt find it too slugish. Although it had its times. I just kept heaps of the phones memory free and chucked most stuff on my MiniSD. I think this helped. 

They do have moments tho. Nothing that a quick off and on wont fix.  

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  #36313 22-May-2006 15:50
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Yeah, ive just ordered my 512mb miniSD. I just find that navigating through the gallery is quite slow sometimes.

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  #36349 23-May-2006 00:37
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Also been removed from Telecoms website

 
 
 
 


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  #36360 23-May-2006 09:10
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Yeah, hopefully they put them back up for sale within a month. I miss it already!

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  #36361 23-May-2006 09:26
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Anybody have any info on the software update? What does it do etc...

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  #36385 23-May-2006 14:52
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My under standing is its nothing to-do with a software update (be unavailable that is) so don’t get too excited. At this point I will not go into the reason(s) for it being withdrawn from sale. In saying that, a new version of the software may be released by the time the phone returns to the shelf, shortly.

Dealers are taking Rain Checks.

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  #36386 23-May-2006 15:22
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I dont think anyone would mind if you went into the reasons, im just hoping its not something majorly wrong with the phone. Although i havent noticed any problems so far, i dread a repeat of my 6255.

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  #36387 23-May-2006 15:32
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Nothing major, but I just need to confrim my information first,

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  #36388 23-May-2006 15:34
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I will be eagerly awaiting any info you can pass on.....Laughing

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  #36390 23-May-2006 16:26
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Yeah sorry i may have lead people astray by saying "Software updates" (Was just quoting what the telecom dude told me!) but another telecom dealer told me some people were having a small range of probs - not just with software. I never came across any really apart from the MP3 player sorta freezing if i played it to long or getting that "GPS Failure" message once in a while.


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  #36391 23-May-2006 16:31
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No stress not your fault, information always gets distorted in a large organization, bit like the game "Chinese Whispers"

If I get a stock update, I'll let you know, or better still I could try and hold one for you *Jono* thats if you havent already had a rain check taken by the Queens Street Dealer Store?

Cheers








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