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Topic # 74099 27-Dec-2010 00:32
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/mobileDetails.jsp?skuId=sku5450013&voucherCode=&selectionKey=mobile&menuKey=mnit1800018

Is it possible to purchase this device with Vodafone branding on it? Call me a fanboy, but I think it looks good :)

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  Reply # 421753 27-Dec-2010 02:37
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I'd assume it would come branded.

My E71 was purchased from a Vodafone store and it has the vodafone logo etched into it on the front, at the bottom.



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  Reply # 421761 27-Dec-2010 08:27
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That's what I'm looking for, but the ones I've looked at in-store don't seem to have this.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 421762 27-Dec-2010 08:29
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Very little branding on them just note the E63 does not support HSDPA



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  Reply # 421770 27-Dec-2010 09:04
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Extended 900MHz, or 2100MHz? Sorry, I get the two confused :(



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  Reply # 421808 27-Dec-2010 10:10
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I meant to say - it says on the VF website it supports 3G Extended, which is what I would need :)

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  Reply # 421809 27-Dec-2010 10:13
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Yes the Nokia E63 supports 3G 2100mhz and 3G extended 900mhz but data speed the max it will do down is 384k



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  Reply # 421821 27-Dec-2010 10:51
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Hmm, might need to look at something else then...can you tell me what it was superseded by?

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  Reply # 421823 27-Dec-2010 10:56
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E5 is the replacement



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  Reply # 421853 27-Dec-2010 14:21
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Thanks Brent. Does that handset have the VF branding on it? I haven't looked at one of those yet.



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  Reply # 443741 26-Feb-2011 22:10
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Thread bump - does Vodafone's version of the Nokia E5-00 come with an FM radio? I had a look at the manual but can only find a reference to internet radio, not FM (the Telecom version does support FM however).

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  Reply # 443751 26-Feb-2011 22:33
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quickymart: Thread bump - does Vodafone's version of the Nokia E5-00 come with an FM radio? I had a look at the manual but can only find a reference to internet radio, not FM (the Telecom version does support FM however).


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  Reply # 443793 27-Feb-2011 07:57
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Sure does.

Menu > Media > Radio > FM Radio :)

You'll need the headset plugged for it to work :)



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  Reply # 443800 27-Feb-2011 08:51
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Thanks Brent...funnily enough the manual you guys link to on your website doesn't have any mention of it (just searching for "FM" didn't find anything) :)

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  Reply # 443823 27-Feb-2011 10:00
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That is a little weird.

It's mentioned in the standard specifications page, but not the manual.
Thanks for the heads up :)



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  Reply # 443857 27-Feb-2011 11:55
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Happy to help :) Once I get enough cents saved up, I might just go out and buy one of these, they look cool (and so does the RDS for the radio!) :)

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