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Topic # 8696 22-Jul-2006 14:02
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Hey does anyone have a list of all the telecom phones that can play mp3's and have memory cards?
I'm considering buying a Trademe phone but the telecom website only shows phones that they currently
sell, so as far as I know only the 9000, 6255 and A920 have mp3 although i know there must be more.

Thanks

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  Reply # 42256 22-Jul-2006 23:57
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Sanyo 5600
Sanyo 9000
Samsung A920
Nokia 6255
Nokia 6265







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  Reply # 42268 23-Jul-2006 12:41
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Don't forget the Apache! Smile

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 42278 23-Jul-2006 21:07
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w00t: Don't forget the Apache! Smile


Well if we are including smart phones, why not the Treo's, and the Harrier Wink







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  Reply # 42303 24-Jul-2006 10:51
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i have a 6265 which i use as a personal mp3 player with a 2GB sandisk mini sd card. works great.




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