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    Q
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    I see the P900 has a "Flight mode" which I guess switches off the RF,
    the N-Gage too. What about existing phones such as the T610? Divert
    Always still seems to have the RF on & can presumably still receive SMS.





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    Steve Dulieu
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    Re: How do U use the non-call functions in a prohibited area?


    "Q" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I see the P900 has a "Flight mode" which I guess switches off the RF,
    > the N-Gage too. What about existing phones such as the T610? Divert
    > Always still seems to have the RF on & can presumably still receive SMS.
    >

    T610 does not have a flight mode.
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    Q
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    Re: How do U use the non-call functions in a prohibited area?

    Steve Dulieu - typed:
    > "Q" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I see the P900 has a "Flight mode" which I guess switches off the RF,
    >> the N-Gage too. What about existing phones such as the T610? Divert
    >> Always still seems to have the RF on & can presumably still receive
    >> SMS.
    >>

    > T610 does not have a flight mode.


    Yes, isn't that what I just said? It seems that the manufacturers
    haven't realised phones have non-call functions until now! Flight mode
    or Nokia's profile may or may not switch off sounds from the internal
    speaker(s) as well.





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