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  1. #1
    Steve
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    Seen the above video phone available in town for 44.95 and was wondering is
    it too good to be true? Would want to use it on o2 as well so anyone know if
    its cheap to unlock? Did a google search and some people slagged it off but
    not sure if that was the older model they were moaning about.





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  2. #2
    Steve
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    Re: NEC e616v Deal - Too good to be true?

    I know its not a nokia but couldnt find a decent newsgroup for general phone
    discussions as great and knowledgeable as this one (creep, creep)

    "Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Seen the above video phone available in town for 44.95 and was wondering
    > is it too good to be true? Would want to use it on o2 as well so anyone
    > know if its cheap to unlock? Did a google search and some people slagged
    > it off but not sure if that was the older model they were moaning about.
    >






  3. #3
    Richard Colton
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    Re: NEC e616v Deal - Too good to be true?


    "Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Seen the above video phone available in town for 44.95 and was wondering
    > is it too good to be true? Would want to use it on o2 as well so anyone
    > know if its cheap to unlock? Did a google search and some people slagged
    > it off but not sure if that was the older model they were moaning about.


    They're a pain in the proverbial to unlock, battery life is poor as well.
    If you want a cheap flip-phone to dabble on 3, it's not a bad choice, but
    the Nokia 7600 is a better choice if you want to unlock and use it on
    another network.

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  4. #4
    BORG
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    Re: NEC e616v Deal - Too good to be true?

    On Wed, 10 Nov 2004 14:32:04 -0000, "Steve"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I know its not a nokia but couldnt find a decent newsgroup for general phone
    >discussions as great and knowledgeable as this one (creep, creep)
    >
    >"Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Seen the above video phone available in town for 44.95 and was wondering
    >> is it too good to be true? Would want to use it on o2 as well so anyone
    >> know if its cheap to unlock? Did a google search and some people slagged
    >> it off but not sure if that was the older model they were moaning about.
    >>

    >



    uk.telecom.mobile

    didn't look to hard did we

    Have a read through there, theres loads about these phones there
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  5. #5
    Chris P Bacon
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    Re: NEC e616v Deal - Too good to be true?

    On Wed, 10 Nov 2004 14:32:04 -0000, "Steve"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I know its not a nokia but couldnt find a decent newsgroup for general phone
    >discussions as great and knowledgeable as this one (creep, creep)
    >
    >"Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Seen the above video phone available in town for 44.95 and was wondering
    >> is it too good to be true? Would want to use it on o2 as well so anyone
    >> know if its cheap to unlock? Did a google search and some people slagged
    >> it off but not sure if that was the older model they were moaning about.
    >>

    >

    try www.3g.co.uk and goto the forum


    Chris P Bacon



  6. #6
    Chris P Bacon
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    Re: NEC e616v Deal - Too good to be true?


    >
    >They're a pain in the proverbial to unlock, battery life is poor as well.
    >If you want a cheap flip-phone to dabble on 3, it's not a bad choice, but
    >the Nokia 7600 is a better choice if you want to unlock and use it on
    >another network.




    thats why they come with an extended battery as standard


    Chris P Bacon



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