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  1. #11
    losttheplot@tesco.net
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    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:34:45 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    thought:

    >My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement from
    >Orange.
    >
    >I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >
    >What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?


    No idea *but* if you list the features you like/use most then perhaps we'll
    be a bit more able to suggest something you may like. If you prefer to
    stick with the 6230i then why not just treat yourself to a new housing;
    quite inexpensive and it'll give you more shopping around time?



    See More: Nokia 6230i replacement



  2. #12
    Jon
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    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    In article <OvJgj.74181$c_1.63182@text.news.blueyonder.co.uk>,
    sheila21uk@invalidyahoo.com says...
    > >> What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?


    > > 6300.


    > o2 told me the 6233 was the successor, I belived them, and such a load of
    > rubbish have I ever used!


    It was, but is now discontinued by most stores in favour of the 6300 and
    the 6301.

    --
    Regards
    Jon



  3. #13
    Jon
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    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    In article <5uhdeuF1hm30pU1@mid.individual.net>,
    steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com says...
    >
    >
    > "Jon" <spam@jonparker.plus.com> wrote in message
    > news:MPG.21eca08897c7dbac989693@nntp.aioe.org...
    > > In article <5uedi3F1ho16iU1@mid.individual.net>,
    > > steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com says...
    > >> My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement
    > >> from
    > >> Orange.
    > >>
    > >> I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    > >>
    > >> What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?

    > >
    > > 6300.
    > > --
    > > Regards
    > > Jon

    >
    >
    > Thanks. Is it any good?


    Good quality business class nokia, subtle design, metal chassis. Good
    all-rounder, yes.
    --
    Regards
    Jon



  4. #14
    Steve Rainbird
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement



    <losttheplot@tesco.net> wrote in message
    news:6tj7o3920q2t7ufkl96mudtsumpur2u0c3@4ax.com...
    > On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:34:45 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    > <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    > thought:
    >
    >>My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement from
    >>Orange.
    >>
    >>I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >>
    >>What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?

    >
    > No idea *but* if you list the features you like/use most then perhaps
    > we'll
    > be a bit more able to suggest something you may like. If you prefer to
    > stick with the 6230i then why not just treat yourself to a new housing;
    > quite inexpensive and it'll give you more shopping around time?



    To be honest I use it as a phone.

    The odd text here and there but other than that not much else.

    Can't remember the last time I took a photo.

    --
    Steve




  5. #15
    R.Donn
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    In that case just get one of them no frills £9.99 ones


    "Steve Rainbird" <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:5uie9rF1hv24tU1@mid.individual.net...
    >
    >
    > <losttheplot@tesco.net> wrote in message
    > news:6tj7o3920q2t7ufkl96mudtsumpur2u0c3@4ax.com...
    >> On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:34:45 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    >> <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    >> thought:
    >>
    >>>My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement
    >>>from
    >>>Orange.
    >>>
    >>>I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >>>
    >>>What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?

    >>
    >> No idea *but* if you list the features you like/use most then perhaps
    >> we'll
    >> be a bit more able to suggest something you may like. If you prefer to
    >> stick with the 6230i then why not just treat yourself to a new housing;
    >> quite inexpensive and it'll give you more shopping around time?

    >
    >
    > To be honest I use it as a phone.
    >
    > The odd text here and there but other than that not much else.
    >
    > Can't remember the last time I took a photo.
    >
    > --
    > Steve






  6. #16
    Steve Rainbird
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement



    "Jon" <spam@jonparker.plus.com> wrote in message
    news:MPG.21edfd2aba61fc0498969b@nntp.aioe.org...
    > In article <5uhdeuF1hm30pU1@mid.individual.net>,
    > steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com says...
    >>
    >>
    >> "Jon" <spam@jonparker.plus.com> wrote in message
    >> news:MPG.21eca08897c7dbac989693@nntp.aioe.org...
    >> > In article <5uedi3F1ho16iU1@mid.individual.net>,
    >> > steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com says...
    >> >> My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement
    >> >> from
    >> >> Orange.
    >> >>
    >> >> I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >> >>
    >> >> What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?
    >> >
    >> > 6300.
    >> > --
    >> > Regards
    >> > Jon

    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks. Is it any good?

    >
    > Good quality business class nokia, subtle design, metal chassis. Good
    > all-rounder, yes.
    > --
    > Regards
    > Jon



    What's the reception like? I live in an area with pretty poor reception.

    --
    Steve




  7. #17
    losttheplot@tesco.net
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 23:11:58 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    thought:

    >
    >
    ><losttheplot@tesco.net> wrote in message
    >news:6tj7o3920q2t7ufkl96mudtsumpur2u0c3@4ax.com...
    >> On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:34:45 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    >> <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    >> thought:
    >>
    >>>My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement from
    >>>Orange.
    >>>
    >>>I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >>>
    >>>What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?

    >>
    >> No idea *but* if you list the features you like/use most then perhaps
    >> we'll
    >> be a bit more able to suggest something you may like. If you prefer to
    >> stick with the 6230i then why not just treat yourself to a new housing;
    >> quite inexpensive and it'll give you more shopping around time?

    >
    >
    >To be honest I use it as a phone.
    >
    >The odd text here and there but other than that not much else.
    >
    >Can't remember the last time I took a photo.


    In that case the options are wide open. May as well choose on battery life,
    looks, reliability and quality of reception. Probably won't need to spend
    much either.




  8. #18
    Steve Rainbird
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement



    <losttheplot@tesco.net> wrote in message
    news:g0eao3teagg8vfjrbob2ks2k2ohuvlu1lp@4ax.com...
    > On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 23:11:58 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    > <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    > thought:
    >
    >>
    >>
    >><losttheplot@tesco.net> wrote in message
    >>news:6tj7o3920q2t7ufkl96mudtsumpur2u0c3@4ax.com...
    >>> On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:34:45 -0000, "Steve Rainbird"
    >>> <steve.nospam.rainbird@mssint.nospam.com> wrote this with the utmost
    >>> thought:
    >>>
    >>>>My 6230i is looking a bit scruffy now and I am due a free replacement
    >>>>from
    >>>>Orange.
    >>>>
    >>>>I like my 6230i and would like a similar phone.
    >>>>
    >>>>What is considered to be the successor to the 6230i?
    >>>
    >>> No idea *but* if you list the features you like/use most then perhaps
    >>> we'll
    >>> be a bit more able to suggest something you may like. If you prefer to
    >>> stick with the 6230i then why not just treat yourself to a new housing;
    >>> quite inexpensive and it'll give you more shopping around time?

    >>
    >>
    >>To be honest I use it as a phone.
    >>
    >>The odd text here and there but other than that not much else.
    >>
    >>Can't remember the last time I took a photo.

    >
    > In that case the options are wide open. May as well choose on battery
    > life,
    > looks, reliability and quality of reception. Probably won't need to spend
    > much either.
    >


    Actually I don't intend spending anything, I have free upgrade.

    My choices are

    Nokia 6300
    Samsung U600 purple
    LG KE970 Shine Pink
    Samsung U600
    Nokia 7500 Prism
    Nokia 2610
    Nokia 3110
    Samsung E590

    --
    Steve




  9. #19
    Tony Brett
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    Steve Rainbird wrote:

    > Looks like an N95 is £250 and they don't offer a 6230i anymore.


    Ask for a Porting Access Code (PAC), let them post it to you and a few
    days later they will ring with an offer you can't refuse...

    Worked for me :-)

    > Thanks for your opinions.


    Pleasure!



  10. #20
    Tony Brett
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6230i replacement

    Sheila wrote:

    > o2 told me the 6233 was the successor, I belived them, and such a load of
    > rubbish have I ever used! It went back 5 times with faults, 6 new
    > (refurbished) phones) that's how I have ended up with the Sony Ericcson,
    > which I am more than happy with.


    Yes - I had a 6233 for about 2 days. Pile of rubbish. I rejected it
    because it can't hold more than 500 contacts. I have about 900.

    Tony



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