Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak

Thanks for that, is that good then, lol?

Peter


From: Allan Wong 
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 9:04 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak


E65 frequency:
2G: 850/900/1800/1900 also known as quad band.
3G: UMTS 2100 also known as W-CDMA 2100.
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_e65-1860.php

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Warmest Regards,
Allan Wong 


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: Peter 
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2008 04:30
Subject: Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak


I'm using Talks with a Nokia e65 which is a quad band phone and supposedly 
can work anywhere in the world. I know it has another setting in addition to 
GSM but can't remember what its called.

Peter

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From: "Shan Noyes" <shan.noyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 7:19 PM
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak

> Hi all!
> When it comes to using talks or mobile speak the big answer is it depends
> upon the operating system for the cell phone.  talks works on symbian
> phones which tradditionally only work on the "gsm" network which is what
> exists in europe, and some providers like rogers.  mobile speak runs on
> phones that have the windows mobile operating system.  In Saskachewan
> canada the phone company SaskTel uses cell phones that use the "cdma"
> network, as compared to the "gsm" found in europe.  "the CDMA type of
> network is what is used a lot in north america.  Anyways the Windows
> mobile operating system is very much like windows, and the mobile speak
> program permits complete access to the cell phone using the windows mobile
>
> operating system.  Windows mobile 6 is very much like windows we all use
> on our desktops,  my phone has internet explorer, outlook express etc... I
>
> recently purchased mobile speak and am running it on a windows mobile 6
> cell phone called a utstar.com 5800.  The mobile speak can use numerous
> different voices.  check out the web site www.codefactory.es and you can
> listen to all the options.  one neat aspect of the mobile speak program is
>
> that a person with the new version 2.-0 purchases a license for the
> package and can easily move it from phone to phone as you upgrade to newer
>
> models.
> So the big question is what operating system the cell phone uses, will
> determine talks or mobile speak.    Codefactory permits a 30 day trial of
> the software as well and its available over the net as well.
> also there is a list of cell phones that mobile speak works with on the
> code factory as well.
> Shan Noyes
>
> Shan Noyes
> S.C.S.A 7, S.C.S.A 8, GCIH, GAWN, GSIP, GGSC-0200, GHTQ
> Technical Analyst - Corporate Security
> SaskTel
> Phone: 306-777-4830, Cell: 306-533-1440 

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