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    Mobile Phone: pro’s and con’s

    Give the good the bad and the just plain ugly about your mobile and help others pick out the best of the bunch...

    #2
    gway, you just want to continue your Sony bashing, [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
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      #3
      Perhaps, but I do own a sony ericsson w300i and my work phone is a sony ericsson too so ha [img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]

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        #4
        i was just using a Nokia 6310i there was dust and everything on it[img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]
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          #5
          Never ever buy a Samsung, EVER.
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            #6
            Sony Ericcson K700i
            Have had it for over a year now.
            Delighted with it generally. Very functional and all the bells and whistles
            The joystick can be a bit grumpy sometimes though which is a small nuisance


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              #7
              Got a Sony Ericcson D750i that had the software upgraded to the w800i version (so that it does the walkman stuff I believe).
              No problems yet, joystick a bit fiddley, and I seem to be picking up some dust on the inside ever since I went and changed the cover myself.

              Its got an excellent camera as far as I'm concerned, and the radio has come in handy for when I feel like listening to commentary at a match.

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                #8


                Try the Nokia N61. . .with internet access meaning you can book flights for games as soon as you know the result of the game your actually attending (say on the terrace). . so you can beat the fockers watching the game at home and the airlines who hike up the fares when they realise theres high demand!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by skeesicks
                  Got a Sony Ericcson D750i that had the software upgraded to the w800i version (so that it does the walkman stuff I believe).No problems yet, joystick a bit fiddley, and I seem to be picking up some dust on the inside ever since I went and changed the cover myself.Its got an excellent camera as far as I'm concerned, and the radio has come in handy for when I feel like listening to commentary at a match.
                  What he said, only I have the k750i. Haven't changed cover, so no dust problems, or joystick problems in ~10 months (both known problems). Cam is very good with good light, and OK in poor light.

                  There was a crackle noise problem with low-volume calls (for when she's ignoring you), but a flash/software update solved that.. only it's not supported by o2 yet.

                  Apart from that, Nokias all the way.

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                    #10

                    Originally posted by Ruck
                    Never ever buy a Samsung, EVER.
                    Why not? I was half thinking of a Samsung E900 for my next phone.
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                      #11
                      I have a Sony Ericsson T630.
                      Fine phone, Okay not all that new. Took a while to get used to the texting as I only ever had Nokia phones until now.

                      Does anyone know how to enable own number sending. I cannot for the life of me figure this out. I have shown a few of the lads and they had no luck. Really strange.

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                        #12


                        Originally posted by pleuraXeraphim
                        I have a Sony Ericsson T630.
                        Fine phone, Okay not all that new. Took a while to get used to the texting as I only ever had Nokia phones until now.

                        Does anyone know how to enable own number sending. I cannot for the life of me figure this out. I have shown a few of the lads and they had no luck. Really strange.

                        Go to settings -&gt; calls -&gt;show/hide my number


                        Not sure but I've had a look at a few SE mobiles in here and that's the way they all update but they are later models than the T630. I'll check a T630 when I get my hands on one.

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                          #13
                          Thanks for suggestion @@@@SPAN =postUsername>eracoto, but there is no calls option under settings on the phone. If I select a number from the phonebook and then press the more button it gives me an option to call the number and to hide the ID or else to call and show the caller ID. However this just works for that number and only for a while before it goes back to hiding my id. I wonder has it been disabled by vodafone somehow. @@@@/SPAN>

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                            but if you change it on the phone ovr writes what is set by the network

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                              #15
                              K800i. It rocks. It's bigger than most phones, but I like that actaully.

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