[access-uk] Re: Phone recommendation

Hi Barbara,

The E71 works fine with TALKS, just a few issues that really don't bother you 
once you've used it for a while.

James Scholes
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-----Original Message-----
Sent by Barbara Wilson on Friday, February 06, 2009 at 03:45 PM

qwerty keypad is a bit of a nuisance though and it doesn't work fully with 
TALKS at present. It feels nice though.

Barbara


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eleanor Burke" <eleanorburke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 06, 2009 3:33 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Phone recommendation


> 02 have the E71 and I think it works reasonably with Talks.
> Eleanor

> -original message-
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Phone recommendation
> From: "Vanja Sudar" <vanja@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 06/02/2009 3:15 pm

> Hi,

> I'm in a similar situation. I too have n91, which I will be most likely 
> getting rid of when I come back from my US holiday in march. My 
> requirements are pretty much same as Barry's. I thought about n96, but 
> from what I've seen and read it seems buggy and half features like the 
> I-player we can't even use in the UK! Also it's baterry life doesn't seems 
> very good. N85 though seems like a nice phone, but o2 doesn't sell it and 
> I'd prefer to stay on o2 and I don't think that it's such a good phone 
> that I'd want to pay a lot of money to buy it offline. I quite like the 
> look of the samsung phone about which I posted couple of weeks ago, but 
> seems that unfortunately talks is not going to support any non nokia 
> phones even if they are on symbian platform. So again, any suggestions 
> apreciated bearing in mind that I wouldn't really like to  spend a lot of 
> money on buying an offline phone as, to me it just doesn't seem worth that 
> much.
> Vanja
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>  ----- Original Message ----- 
>  From: Dj Paddy
>  To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  Sent: Friday, February 06, 2009 8:59 AM
>  Subject: [access-uk] Phone recommendation


>  Hi folks,

>  I am selling my n91 8GB.  It's a referb straight from a service centre 
> with Talks so the buyer will get a good one.

>  Is there any phones out there at the moment people are really in to?

>  I was considering the N96 but heard some awful reports, same with the N97 
> that's just out.

>  The N82 is a possibility because of the fact it works with the KNFB 
> software, which I might decide to buy down the line.  Thing is the n82 is 
> becoming an older phone by the day.

>  Allot of folks seem to be going on about the N95 8GB, but I'm somewhat 
> reluctant as this is an older phone.

>  I'm wondering whither to scrap S60 and go native with a Windows Mobile 
> phone but what one?  I don't really want a PDA style phone with it's bulk 
> and titchy keyboard.

>  As you can see I'm really not sure what to go for at the moment.  I do 
> like the N91's features and connectivity but want more.
>  Any suggestions?

>  Dj paddy
>  Barry

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