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  1. #1
    Treby
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    There are lots of people looking for the latest Nokia field test /
    netmonitor mobile phone and still no luck. So I'll just make this new
    thread to point you where to get one.
    Just visit http://www.testmobile.com

    Hope this helpfull.

    *coolest test mobile that I used: Nokia 7600, unique shape, high
    quality still & video camera. Most of all, usefull for both GSM/GPRS &
    UMTS/WCDMA(3G) field-testing



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  2. #2
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor


    "Treby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > There are lots of people looking for the latest Nokia field test /
    > netmonitor mobile phone and still no luck. So I'll just make this new
    > thread to point you where to get one.
    > Just visit http://www.testmobile.com
    >
    > Hope this helpfull.


    Well it might be if that page took you anywhere useful. All I got was a
    few pictures and an address in Indonesia. No links, prices or anything of
    any use.

    Ivor

    PS would *you* send money to someone in Indonesia..? Why can't someone
    local supply these..?





  3. #3
    Mark
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    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    > There are lots of people looking for the latest Nokia field test /
    > netmonitor mobile phone and still no luck. So I'll just make this new
    > thread to point you where to get one.
    > Just visit http://www.testmobile.com
    >
    > Hope this helpfull.


    Not really. Indonesian webpage, that is far from complete.

    And I liked this quote.
    "These are not ordinary Nokia mobiles, they are programmed field test
    mobiles..."

    If this is the case, then it's only a flashfile away.

    -mark





  4. #4
    Treby
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    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    Yes, the webpage is far from complete, but you can always send them
    email for the price.
    Field test (aka. netmonitor) in DCT4 is all about flashfile/firmware.
    Who has this firmware? only Nokia and someone that has access to
    Nokia. Well, maybe later on the firmware will be available for public
    and we can make our own field test phone, but I doubt it will be next
    year or two or three... This 'hope' already came up since the first
    DCT4 netmonitor released.
    This is already a good news that you don't have to be a network
    operator to have a DCT4 netmonitor. Try to ask Nokia to buy this
    phone and you'll see that they threat DCT4 netmonitor like a gun, you
    must be this, that, and so on..



  5. #5
    Ivor Jones
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor


    "Treby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Yes, the webpage is far from complete, but you can always send them
    > email for the price.
    > Field test (aka. netmonitor) in DCT4 is all about flashfile/firmware.
    > Who has this firmware? only Nokia and someone that has access to
    > Nokia. Well, maybe later on the firmware will be available for public
    > and we can make our own field test phone, but I doubt it will be next
    > year or two or three... This 'hope' already came up since the first
    > DCT4 netmonitor released.
    > This is already a good news that you don't have to be a network
    > operator to have a DCT4 netmonitor. Try to ask Nokia to buy this
    > phone and you'll see that they threat DCT4 netmonitor like a gun, you
    > must be this, that, and so on..


    So I'm assuming you're either a representative or a customer that has
    bought a phone, so tell us what is the price..? I have no intention of
    sending anyone an email, I want to see it on the website.

    Ivor





  6. #6
    Treby
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    7600 (3G): $560, tax included. I'm not sure about other types.



  7. #7
    Rob Cornish
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    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    What can you do with Net Monitor thats important?


    "Treby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > There are lots of people looking for the latest Nokia field test /
    > netmonitor mobile phone and still no luck. So I'll just make this new
    > thread to point you where to get one.
    > Just visit http://www.testmobile.com
    >
    > Hope this helpfull.
    >
    > *coolest test mobile that I used: Nokia 7600, unique shape, high
    > quality still & video camera. Most of all, usefull for both GSM/GPRS &
    > UMTS/WCDMA(3G) field-testing






  8. #8
    michael turner
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 16:12:35 -0700, Treby wrote:

    > 7600 (3G): $560, tax included. I'm not sure about other types.


    Would that be *US* dollars ? Because if it is, that's bloody expensive for
    a 7600.

    I only paid 45($83USD) here in the UK for a new 7600, and that
    included 15 worth of airtime on ThreePay.

    --
    Michael Turner
    Email (ROT13)
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  9. #9
    Treby
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    @rob
    Whoa.. should I explain what can a field test mobile do? lock on
    specific channel, force to use barred cell, force to use selected
    band, gprs/edge parameters, neighbour cells, etc.
    Usefull only for engineer or hobbyist.

    @michael
    The price is more expensive than ordinary 7600, but it worth it and
    actually it's cheap compared to what you can do with it. At least
    that's my opinion. Stay with ordinary 7600 if you are a normal user
    and don't care about the function at all.
    Anyway, the price is not bloody expensive for sim free field test
    7600, it's your price that's bloody cheap for ordinary 7600. I'll
    order 100 pieces of it if you can provide me brand new 7600 for US$100
    per piece, not only US$83. And for sure I'll order another hundreds
    (maybe thousand) pieces if the first 100 pieces working fine.
    Seriously, and you can have all the 15 airtime, I don't need it.



  10. #10
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor


    "Treby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > @rob
    > Whoa.. should I explain what can a field test mobile do? lock on
    > specific channel, force to use barred cell, force to use selected
    > band, gprs/edge parameters, neighbour cells, etc.
    > Usefull only for engineer or hobbyist.
    >
    > @michael
    > The price is more expensive than ordinary 7600, but it worth it and
    > actually it's cheap compared to what you can do with it. At least
    > that's my opinion. Stay with ordinary 7600 if you are a normal user
    > and don't care about the function at all.
    > Anyway, the price is not bloody expensive for sim free field test
    > 7600, it's your price that's bloody cheap for ordinary 7600. I'll
    > order 100 pieces of it if you can provide me brand new 7600 for US$100
    > per piece, not only US$83. And for sure I'll order another hundreds
    > (maybe thousand) pieces if the first 100 pieces working fine.
    > Seriously, and you can have all the 15 airtime, I don't need it.


    Order them yourself, they're 39.99 at Amazon or 44.99 at Carphone
    Warehouse (when they get some more stock in).

    As for what you can do with NetMon, for the casual user there is very little
    point having it on the phone - infact it can be more trouble than it's worth
    with the inherent dangers of some of the settings.

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  11. #11
    Treby
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    @Richard
    Thanks for showing the path..
    As for test mobile for normal user, you are absolutely right. Wrong
    test setting will disable the phone. There's no advantage for them,
    only trouble



  12. #12
    Steve
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    > As for test mobile for normal user, you are absolutely right. Wrong
    > test setting will disable the phone. There's no advantage for them,
    > only trouble


    You can generally get it back though.

    Old pal of mine had it enabled on a 6150 (?) was trying to show off with it
    in the pub so I set it to cell barr while he was in the loo, he couldnt use
    the phone for weeks until I told him what id done ;-)

    If this site is genuine my company would be interested in getting stuff from
    them as Nokia can charge silly money for test phones and all it is a flash
    file that they put on, cant be that hard surley?

    Steve





  13. #13
    Treby
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor

    That's what I was trying to tell everybody, Nokia will charge you alot
    of money and limited to GSM people.
    I got my 6220 for edge & 7600 for 3G, so far so good.



  14. #14
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor


    "Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >> As for test mobile for normal user, you are absolutely right. Wrong
    >> test setting will disable the phone. There's no advantage for them,
    >> only trouble

    >
    > You can generally get it back though.


    Generally (on DCT3 handsets, definately), but not always. I've got a 6310i
    sitting here at the moment that's going to be more than a 2 minute job to
    fix just because some twonk didn't know what they were doing with NetMon.

    > Old pal of mine had it enabled on a 6150 (?) was trying to show off with
    > it in the pub so I set it to cell barr while he was in the loo, he couldnt
    > use the phone for weeks until I told him what id done ;-)


    Yes, but that was a DCT3 phone. Some of the settings in NetMon are nigh-on
    irreversible on DCT4 handsets.

    > If this site is genuine my company would be interested in getting stuff
    > from them as Nokia can charge silly money for test phones and all it is a
    > flash file that they put on, cant be that hard surley?


    It is to do with the flash file, but it's a bit more complicated than that.
    Mind you, I agree with your assessment of Nokia's pricing, but I'd have
    major reservations dealing with an Indonesian dealer bearing in mind the
    costs involved.

    --
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    >>> www.uselessinfo.org.uk <<<
    >>> www.thephonelocker.co.uk <<<
    >>> www.gsm-solutions.co.uk <<<






  15. #15
    Johny_NM
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    Re: Recent Nokia Field Test / Netmonitor


    Treby Wrote:
    > There are lots of people looking for the latest Nokia field test /
    > netmonitor mobile phone and still no luck. So I'll just make this new
    > thread to point you where to get one.
    > Just visit http://www.testmobile.com
    >

    I think I just found from where Netmonitor Phones comes (except Nokia
    of course):
    http://www.phones-direct.ro/uk_netmon.htm

    Lot of info to see here about Netmonitor phones... nice videos.
    and small surprise... link as distributor to ASIA to your Indonesian
    testmobile site.

    What I need to find now is a distributor for USA, and Netmonitor for
    my new Symbian OS phone.

    I will dig on.
    J.


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