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  1. #1
    RPS
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    Dear friends, please recomemnd a good middle-of-the road GSM phone for
    international use (800/1800). US frequencies are not required (but I
    have no objection to them either). I am looking for good basics---call
    quality, battery life, light weight---and do not need camera, games,
    internet, or other jazzy features.



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    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Please recommend a good GSM phone (800/1800)


    "RPS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dear friends, please recomemnd a good middle-of-the road GSM phone for
    > international use (800/1800). US frequencies are not required (but I
    > have no objection to them either). I am looking for good basics---call
    > quality, battery life, light weight---and do not need camera, games,
    > internet, or other jazzy features.


    Nokia 6310i is 900/1800/1900 if you can still get one.

    Ivor





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    Joseph
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    Re: Please recommend a good GSM phone (800/1800)

    On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 17:58:54 GMT, RPS <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Dear friends, please recomemnd a good middle-of-the road GSM phone for
    >international use (800/1800). US frequencies are not required (but I
    >have no objection to them either). I am looking for good basics---call
    >quality, battery life, light weight---and do not need camera, games,
    >internet, or other jazzy features.


    For international use you'll want 900/1800 for Europe/Asia. For North
    America you'll want at least 1900 and preferably 850 and 1900.
    Depending on who you go with if you are planning on having a carrier
    in the US 900/1800/1900 will do well with carriers such as T-Mobile.
    cingular and AT&T use both 1900 and 850. AT&T uses 1900 throughout
    their system. cingular uses 850 in more places than they have 1900.

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