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  1. #1
    Nikitas
    Guest
    I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any complaints
    on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to show
    signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the choose of
    a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both at the
    local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it looks
    like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the T720.
    At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the T720.
    That don't seem to bad
    Anybody have any comments on the two phones?





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  2. #2
    brad v
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    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720


    i work for cingular and i have much expierience with both of those phone
    models, but a little piece of info that you might like to know is that
    you are not limited to just those two models. Infact when you upgrade
    all you are doing is extending your contract and possible changing your
    plan, but because you sign a new contract you are awarded the two year
    discount which is good on any phone. you can go to a store and check out
    the discount prices on all the phones and see what fits you best.
    "Nikitas" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    > Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any complaints
    > on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to show
    > signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the choose of
    > a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both at the
    > local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it looks
    > like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the T720.
    > At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the T720.
    > That don't seem to bad
    > Anybody have any comments on the two phones?
    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  3. #3
    Nikitas
    Guest

    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720

    Brad,
    Well the two phones mentioned would end up being free the letter states.
    Would that be the case for any phone? Is that what your saying? The guy at
    the store I went to today didn't tell me that and I didn't ask. I just
    thought its limited to one of the two phones being "free".

    "brad v" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > i work for cingular and i have much expierience with both of those phone
    > models, but a little piece of info that you might like to know is that
    > you are not limited to just those two models. Infact when you upgrade
    > all you are doing is extending your contract and possible changing your
    > plan, but because you sign a new contract you are awarded the two year
    > discount which is good on any phone. you can go to a store and check out
    > the discount prices on all the phones and see what fits you best.
    > "Nikitas" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    > > Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any

    complaints
    > > on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to

    show
    > > signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the

    choose of
    > > a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both at

    the
    > > local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it

    looks
    > > like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the

    T720.
    > > At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the

    T720.
    > > That don't seem to bad
    > > Anybody have any comments on the two phones?
    > >
    > >

    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  4. #4
    Dark Solux
    Guest

    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720

    I have the 3595, and although the button arangement seems strange, it is
    very easy to get use to(I use this phone for ALOT of text messages, so it
    isnt that bad)

    Andrew


    "Nikitas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Brad,
    > Well the two phones mentioned would end up being free the letter states.
    > Would that be the case for any phone? Is that what your saying? The guy

    at
    > the store I went to today didn't tell me that and I didn't ask. I just
    > thought its limited to one of the two phones being "free".
    >
    > "brad v" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > i work for cingular and i have much expierience with both of those phone
    > > models, but a little piece of info that you might like to know is that
    > > you are not limited to just those two models. Infact when you upgrade
    > > all you are doing is extending your contract and possible changing your
    > > plan, but because you sign a new contract you are awarded the two year
    > > discount which is good on any phone. you can go to a store and check out
    > > the discount prices on all the phones and see what fits you best.
    > > "Nikitas" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > > <[email protected]>:
    > > > I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    > > > Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any

    > complaints
    > > > on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to

    > show
    > > > signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the

    > choose of
    > > > a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both

    at
    > the
    > > > local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it

    > looks
    > > > like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the

    > T720.
    > > > At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the

    > T720.
    > > > That don't seem to bad
    > > > Anybody have any comments on the two phones?
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > > [posted via phonescoop.com]

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Mike S.
    Guest

    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720


    In article <[email protected]>,
    Nikitas <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    >Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any complaints
    >on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to show
    >signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the choose of
    >a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both at the
    >local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it looks
    >like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the T720.
    >At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the T720.
    >That don't seem to bad
    >Anybody have any comments on the two phones?



    My two cents on the 3595 when used for the purpose of making and receiving
    voice telephone calls:


    Pro:

    - Excellent RF with good weak-signal handling and immunity to dropped
    calls.

    - Excellent battery life.

    - LOUD earpiece audio and ringer.

    - Polyphonic ringtones, if that's your thing.

    - Java, games, multimedia, etc. Yawn.


    Con:

    - Weird keypad, designed for style not function, takes some getting used
    to. Supposedly you can interchange with 3590/3510 keymat+case, which have
    more standard arrangement.

    - Earpiece audio slanted towards high frequencies; can be shrill to some
    ears.

    - Color display is very low resolution; can look fuzzy to some (ever run
    Windows on a CGA monitor?)

    - Color display difficult to read in sunlight and when backlight goes off
    (no user control on timing).

    - Too much sidetone, makes listening difficult in noisy environments as
    the noise ends up right back in your ear.


    For an entry-level phone it's a pretty good package, as long as its
    idiosyncrasies don't bother you too much.





  6. #6
    Tom Z
    Guest

    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720

    I agree with that other guy: the 3595 is a good, solid entry-level
    phone. It basically comes down to whether or not you want a flip. Like
    I said in another post, the T720 has given us some issues lately. You
    will not be disappointed in the 3595. Most customers don't like the
    buttons, but once you change the background and show them the bowling
    game on it, they're sold!

    tz

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  7. #7
    sams
    Guest

    Re: looking for opinions on Nokia 3595 and Motorola T720

    My experience with Nokia 3595. I was little concerned with the
    keylayouts first, then after a few use, I get used to it now. Though
    the wallpaper looks fuzzy, the games video are excellent. Its an
    instant hit will all the young people in the family. Someone advised
    in the NG not to show the games to kids, I didnt took that serious
    then. Now my phone is always withsomeone in the family playing the
    games. Its a real fun phone. I got the metalic (dark)tan color. Good
    reception, clear sound and good battery life. I dont know about the
    other phone, my last phone was motorola nothing fun about it.


    "Nikitas" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I just got an upgrade offer letter because my two term is almost up.
    > Presently, I got the Nokia 5165 phone and I really don't have any complaints
    > on it. Just on its size and now the wear on the battery is starting to show
    > signs of not lasting as long as it use to. Cingular given me the choose of
    > a free phone Nokia 3595 or Motorola T720. I want and looked at both at the
    > local store. I really don't like the button layout on the 3595 but it looks
    > like a nice phone. I liked the button layout and functionality of the T720.
    > At the store the specs for battery life is 4.5 hours talk time for the T720.
    > That don't seem to bad
    > Anybody have any comments on the two phones?




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