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Topic # 66362 17-Aug-2010 22:33
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http://www.trademe.co.nz/Mobile-phones/Vodafone/Other/auction-311087285.htm

I'm considering buying this phone, but the auction said it wont work on vodafone internet. It supports vodafones GSM network and I cant see why it wouldnt. Does any one know the manufacturers website? I cant find much about this device on the net but its very popular in germany apparently and has IM over bluetooth to other OGO phones.




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  Reply # 368962 17-Aug-2010 22:41
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What the?? Have you read the auction

" Vodafon internet not support " and this " phone for emails and instant messaging (msn) "

If it does not support internet how is MSN and emails meant to work?

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  Reply # 369348 18-Aug-2010 14:59
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Plenty of information on the net about :)


http://engmobdev.weblogsinc.com/tag/ogo+2.0/


http://www.mobilewhack.com/ogo-ct-25e-in-the-wild/


http://tiny.cc/6fixq

The manufactures site is down www.ogo.com, but looks like ixi is taking it over www.ixi.com.







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