[access-uk] Re: Talx, mobile networks and Talx capable phones: (WasRe: Re: Wildfire to be put out)

  • From: "Sunil" <bosley20@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 15:07:31 +0100

MessageThe list of phones that run Talx are either on Steve Nutt's site 
www.comproom.co.uk or the Talx site.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Ray's Home 
  To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 3:05 PM
  Subject: [access-uk] Talx, mobile networks and Talx capable phones: (WasRe: 
Re: Wildfire to be put out)

  Please note the change of subject heading to reflect my focus here, which is, 
what phones will run Talx now;  and what's the position with the various 
networks and provision of Talx capable phones on Pay AS you Go or contract?  
All this arises of course out of the Wild Fire being put out, so Orange 
customers are naturally interested in the alternatives.

  Personal emails:  Email me at

    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Justin R 

    I'm pretty sure this isn't an option with Virgin mobile.  With my 
experience of making enquiries about joining Virgin and, explaining that I 
couldn't sign up straight away and buy one of their selected phones due to the 
talx issue.  

    They seem to understand what I meant when I mentioned the talx software.  
HOwever, if they did sell any phones with talx put on them, they'd have said 
I've no doubt.

    I think only Vodafone are the ones that offer talx ready phones.  Orange 
seem clued up on with the talx software, having spoken about it with their 
customer service on several occasions and, at the Orange shop.  

    If you wanna go with one particular network and don't want vodafone, you'll 
have to buy talx separately from your phone.

      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: James O'Dell 


      Can anyone else clarify what the situation with the various networks and 
Talx is?  I'm thinking of getting a phone with Talx and I'm not sure what the 
best deal is at the moment.  Is it better to buy Talx separately, or can you 
get it as part of a package with a network?


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