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Topic # 8993 11-Aug-2006 20:06
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Yes I'm behind the times with my 025 nokia 8260 so i need an upgrade.
Heres what i would like:
mp3 player/storage (256mb+)
camera (1mp+)
Would like it to be able to store data not just mp3s eg. files from pc to work pc but if this brings up the cost to much would just look at the options without this.
I've listed this under Telecom also but thought id see if there are any decent vodafone phones

Previously have only had nokias and 1 ericson (way back). So another question would be "is there much of a quality change between brands eg. nokia, samsung, sanyo etc

Any help would be great thanks.


Edit: Oh and prefer non-flip phones as i think they look more professional. but that doesnt mean i wouldnt consider flip ones.

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  Reply # 43783 11-Aug-2006 20:12
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Hi kyle

Wecome to GZ and havn't you already got a thread going about this same subject

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  Reply # 43785 11-Aug-2006 20:22
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Yes in the telecom section but i wanted to know if there were any decent vodafone phones.


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  Reply # 43790 11-Aug-2006 20:43
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No shortage of GSM handsets around the globe

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