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  1. #1
    ubersoldat
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    Would everyone still recommend buying this phone a year and half later
    or are there better alternatives now? Also I'm thinking about buying my
    phone on ebay and then doing pay as you go. What's the best carrier for
    pay as you go for this phone for UK residents, especially for
    international travelers? Also does the skype work on pay as you go when
    traveling abroad? Thanks.




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  2. #2
    Rex
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    Re: Nokia N900 still worth it?

    ubersoldat wrote:
    > Would everyone still recommend buying this phone a year and half later
    > or are there better alternatives now? Also I'm thinking about buying my
    > phone on ebay and then doing pay as you go. What's the best carrier for
    > pay as you go for this phone for UK residents, especially for
    > international travelers? Also does the skype work on pay as you go when
    > traveling abroad? Thanks.
    >


    Couldn't tell you about the carriers since I'm not from Europe, but the
    N900 was the first and last of its kind
    If you're specifically looking for a fully capable Linux based pocket
    computer, this is your only option if you can still find it (or you
    might wait for the recently announced N9, which also runs a half
    finished version of Meego, but bear in mind that this does not have a
    physical keyboard).

    If you are looking at a touchscreen + physical keyboard form factor and
    want a Nokia device, the E7 is your most modern bet - it's ultra slim,
    has a 4" AMOLED display that's clear in bright sunlight, and has all the
    enterprise grade connectivity features you might want - corporate email,
    calendaring, security features like remote locking, etc.




  3. #3
    R. Mark Clayton
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    Re: Nokia N900 still worth it?


    "ubersoldat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Would everyone still recommend buying this phone a year and half later
    > or are there better alternatives now?


    Dunno, but look at N8.

    > Also I'm thinking about buying my
    > phone on ebay and then doing pay as you go. What's the best carrier for
    > pay as you go for this phone for UK residents,


    Probably 3, but UMTS only.

    > especially for
    > international travelers? Also does the skype work on pay as you go when
    > traveling abroad?


    May do. Local SP's may block VOIP if they can and in any event the data is
    often exhorbitant.

    > Thanks.
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    > ubersoldat






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