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  1. #1
    Mike Echo
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    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...

    > I am looking at upgrading to the 6101, but i didn't know to much about
    > other than it has the video function which will be my next project.
    > would like to know if that is a good tmobile choice. any feed back
    > would be appreciated


    I own one and while it's a great little phone, it is hard to hear the
    other person sometimes. This has been noted in various forums (but I
    didn't notice it until *after* I bought the phone).

    HTH,
    R.



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    paulcagle
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    is the 6101 any good

    I am looking at upgrading to the 6101, but i didn't know to much about other than it has the video function which will be my next project. would like to know if that is a good tmobile choice. any feed back would be appreciated



  3. #3
    Cabro Viejo
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    Re: is the 6101 any good


    "Mike Echo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] says...
    >
    > > I am looking at upgrading to the 6101, but i didn't know to much about
    > > other than it has the video function which will be my next project.
    > > would like to know if that is a good tmobile choice. any feed back
    > > would be appreciated

    >
    > I own one and while it's a great little phone, it is hard to hear the
    > other person sometimes. This has been noted in various forums (but I
    > didn't notice it until *after* I bought the phone).
    >
    > HTH,
    > R.


    2 more things. The camera and display are extremely low res, and the
    standard charger won't fit it. Not too surprisingly, Nokia doesn't seem to
    stock the adapter in the US, forcing it's users to buy all new chargers. I
    found mine on ebay from some cell phone shop in London for about $20,
    including exchange rate and shipping.





  4. #4
    Jack Carter
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    Re: is the 6101 any good

    There's an easy answer to the "hearing problem". Try moving the phone up or
    down on your ear (probably down) and the sound will be MORE than loud
    enough. The headphone hole in the top of the phone is way too small, thus
    you have to make sure you have the phone positioned right on your ear.


    "Mike Echo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] says...
    >
    >> I am looking at upgrading to the 6101, but i didn't know to much about
    >> other than it has the video function which will be my next project.
    >> would like to know if that is a good tmobile choice. any feed back
    >> would be appreciated

    >
    > I own one and while it's a great little phone, it is hard to hear the
    > other person sometimes. This has been noted in various forums (but I
    > didn't notice it until *after* I bought the phone).
    >
    > HTH,
    > R.






  5. #5
    Mike Echo
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    Re: is the 6101 any good

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...

    [Nokia 6101 low volume]

    > There's an easy answer to the "hearing problem". Try moving the phone up or
    > down on your ear (probably down) and the sound will be MORE than loud
    > enough. The headphone hole in the top of the phone is way too small, thus
    > you have to make sure you have the phone positioned right on your ear.


    Nah, that can't be right. it sounds too simple. ;-)

    Thanks, I'll try it and see how it goes.



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