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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 8508 5-Jul-2006 17:53
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Hi Felix, I am considering getting another phone, and until now have only had Nokia's, but after the 3205...... it needs a bullet! I would appreciate your opinion. Thanks.

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  Reply # 40522 5-Jul-2006 18:16
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and Im sorry but I just dont see what this thread is about, can you explain it again for me?

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Reply # 40523 5-Jul-2006 18:46
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I think silverdoll wants Felix opinions on new mobile phones... Let's see if he shows up in this thread...


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  Reply # 40560 6-Jul-2006 01:28
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it sort of depens on what you want a phone for. i admint i have a problem and i can't stop buying them it's what makes me happy but i do like the nokia 5140i what a hard phone i have given it death and still it hasn't stuffed out. i have not had meny flip top phones in my time so i think the ones that are not flip top are stonger.

another phone that i have had is the MOTOROLA talk about t2288 it lasted me 3 years

i just wanted to say i think the nokia 3200 and the nokia 3205 are not very hard phones i droped my nokia 3200 down the side of my bed and the on/off switch broke on it i think the phone should of taken a littie bit more of a bashing then that all my other phones have.

but that Question you have asked is not very eazy to answer i mean what makes a mobile phone good depens on what you want i guess.

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Reply # 40606 6-Jul-2006 22:02
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Cheers for that.

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