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Topic # 5287 16-Oct-2005 14:47
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Hello just wandering what 3g phone you people would recommend and which ones to stay out of the way from many thanks

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  Reply # 21579 16-Oct-2005 16:01
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patrickstarr: Hello just wandering what 3g phone you people would recommend and which ones to stay out of the way from many thanks

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Which network are you planing to use the phone with?






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  Reply # 21580 16-Oct-2005 16:05
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STI: Which network are you planing to use the phone with?

One would assume Vodafone......

I have a 6680 which i dont use that often, i think its a great phone. Good camera, excellent quality screen. But then I am biased towards Nokias and would never use anything else.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 21581 16-Oct-2005 16:38
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Wait for the Christmas range they are not far off

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  Reply # 21583 16-Oct-2005 17:45

johnr: Wait for the Christmas range they are not far off


agreed, i've seen some of them and it looks quite good, if you have a chance to check the vodafone roadshow there will be one or two on show there.
Also I think entry prices will be a little lower come christmas which means two things,
1 - you can get a 3g phone for cheaper
2 - you can get a 3g phone with more features at a reduced price.

If you want the hottest phone I'd get about 1000 or so and sit on it till christmas, but not everyone is about spending big money.

There are some nice offerings coming and the ability to choose from 15 rather than 5 will probably suit.



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  Reply # 22302 29-Oct-2005 20:14
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ok thanks allot for your feedback and I can't get one about christmas time, my budget is tight now that I am going to Auckland for Kelly Clarkson :D




      



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  Reply # 22303 29-Oct-2005 20:15
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patrickstarr: Hello just wandering what 3g phone you people would recommend and which ones to stay out of the way from many thanks

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Which network are you planing to use the phone with?


I am wanting to go on Vodafone, most my friends are on there :D




      

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