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Topic # 5076 26-Sep-2005 18:03
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Hi all.

I realise that this has most probablly been a topic in the past, but 3G has been out for some time now. So the boys (and girls!) have had time to play with their toys, which phones are recommended?
Value for money?
Best features?

My sony-ericsson has seen better days. I'm looking at heading into the world of 3G.
Your thoughts would be appreciated!

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Reply # 20553 26-Sep-2005 18:11

if you want to buy a 3g phone. Find a store, make sure you have some time and ask them to take you through the options that you are interested in and find which feature set suits you. The V800 is popular but personal preference plays a strong part

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Reply # 20556 26-Sep-2005 18:30
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Wait for the christmas specials.

I like the Nokia 6680 and see as the best current NZ approved 3G mobile. I like the abilty to synch and upload all my music and vids. Works really well on 3G.

Its has all the features you need.

Next preferance might be the Nokia n90 (not yet released in NZ by Vodafone)

see this post http://geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=5058

As above its a personal preferance, how much cash you want, do you just want to play mp3s, Vodafone Live, etc etc go in and have a play and a demo. Take the time a few hours.





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Reply # 20559 26-Sep-2005 20:43
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I have used all of the 3G handsets and beleive it would come down to personal choice they are all great devices!

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