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Topic # 42763 9-Oct-2009 17:34
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Hi, 


Dont know if this should be in the handset section but thought that I would post it here first.
Im looking at buying a Nokia E63 next month and running it on the vodafone network and was wondering if a few questions could get answered.


Does the E63 have to run on a plan to run emails, ect through it or can it just use the 100MB prepaid addon (I dont send/recieve that much emails, use much internet usage)?


Whats the phone like to use (anyone who owns one) with web browser, emails, ect?


And final question does anyone know if there is a twitter client available for the E63? I use twitter quite a lot on my blackberry at the moment and don't want to change to a phone that doesn't have it (don't want to pay for twitter texting)


Thanks


Tane




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  Reply # 262853 9-Oct-2009 17:50
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Email will work fine on prepay

Phone is fine to use but this personal choice

Yes Gravity works fine

John

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