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  1. #1
    Bjorn
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    The Nokia 6600, N-Gage, 3650, 7650, Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P800 and
    P900, just a selection of devices that are currently available on the market
    that allow an entire range of new revenue generating services to be
    installed on the device. When taken at face vale this seems like an
    excellent development for the mobile industry, but in many cases however, a
    savvy user can use this open operating system to completely bypass a range
    of services that are normally charged for by their mobile operator.
    Full story http://www.phonecontent.com/bm/news/nokia/298.shtml
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  2. #2
    michael turner
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    Re: High End Handsets - A Potential Threat

    On Fri, 28 May 2004 20:39:52 +0200, Bjorn wrote:

    > The Nokia 6600, N-Gage, 3650, 7650, Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P800 and
    > P900, just a selection of devices that are currently available on the market
    > that allow an entire range of new revenue generating services to be
    > installed on the device. When taken at face vale this seems like an
    > excellent development for the mobile industry, but in many cases however, a
    > savvy user can use this open operating system to completely bypass a range
    > of services that are normally charged for by their mobile operator.
    > Full story http://www.phonecontent.com/bm/news/nokia/298.shtml


    Someone at our firm has just bought a Nokia 6600 on O2 contract, and it's
    full of this 'revenue generating' ****e...which he uses. I can't wait till
    he gets his first bill :-D

    See also Vodafone Live handsets.

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    Michael Turner
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  3. #3
    michael turner
    Guest

    Re: High End Handsets - A Potential Threat

    On Fri, 28 May 2004 20:39:52 +0200, Bjorn wrote:

    > The Nokia 6600, N-Gage, 3650, 7650, Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P800 and
    > P900, just a selection of devices that are currently available on the market
    > that allow an entire range of new revenue generating services to be
    > installed on the device. When taken at face vale this seems like an
    > excellent development for the mobile industry, but in many cases however, a
    > savvy user can use this open operating system to completely bypass a range
    > of services that are normally charged for by their mobile operator.
    > Full story http://www.phonecontent.com/bm/news/nokia/298.shtml


    Someone at our firm has just bought a Nokia 6600 on O2 contract, and it's
    full of this 'revenue generating' ****e...which he uses. I can't wait till
    he gets his first bill :-D

    See also Vodafone Live handsets.

    --
    Michael Turner
    Email (ROT13)
    [email protected]



  4. #4
    Robby
    Guest

    Re: High End Handsets - A Potential Threat

    "..completely bypass a range of services that are normally charged for by
    their mobile operator...""

    Do I click the "Buy Now" links , is that charged?


    "Bjorn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > The Nokia 6600, N-Gage, 3650, 7650, Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P800 and
    > P900, just a selection of devices that are currently available on the

    market
    > that allow an entire range of new revenue generating services to be
    > installed on the device. When taken at face vale this seems like an
    > excellent development for the mobile industry, but in many cases however,

    a
    > savvy user can use this open operating system to completely bypass a range
    > of services that are normally charged for by their mobile operator.
    > Full story http://www.phonecontent.com/bm/news/nokia/298.shtml
    > --
    > ... or wap.phonecontent.com from your mobile phone
    >
    >







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