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  1. #1
    Thomas
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    hi
    just asking for a bit of information. my trusty 3210 just give in today,
    when i got up this morning i could not get keys on the handset to unlock ,
    and took out the battery and replaced it again, now i get nothing. i does
    not even start up,.
    have tried the battery in another phone and it works so i know its not that,
    the sim card also works.
    would it be worth getting it looked at a phone shop , am just curious to no
    what type of charges are involve in this if any at all or if there were
    charges would this cost more than the actual phones worth ?

    if anybody could help me please i would appreciate it.


    If the phone is knackered i was thinking of moving to maybe a Samsung A800
    or maybe t100 as i like the look of this type of flip phone, has anyone got
    any experience of these models pros or cons,

    Cheers

    Tom














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  2. #2
    Sebby
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    Re: Broken 3210

    Thomas wrote:

    > just asking for a bit of information. my trusty 3210 just give in today,
    > when i got up this morning i could not get keys on the handset to unlock ,
    > and took out the battery and replaced it again, now i get nothing. i does
    > not even start up,.
    > have tried the battery in another phone and it works so i know its not

    that,
    > the sim card also works.


    I would say that the phone's just given in after years of continous wear and
    tear. What the problem is, I don't know.

    > would it be worth getting it looked at a phone shop , am just curious to

    no
    > what type of charges are involve in this if any at all or if there were
    > charges would this cost more than the actual phones worth ?


    Probably not. For the price at which you could pick another 3210 up at, it's
    just not financially feasible in my eyes.

    > If the phone is knackered i was thinking of moving to maybe a Samsung

    A800
    > or maybe t100 as i like the look of this type of flip phone, has anyone

    got
    > any experience of these models pros or cons,


    Stick with a Nokia ;-)





  3. #3
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Broken 3210

    "Thomas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi
    > just asking for a bit of information. my trusty 3210 just give in today,
    > when i got up this morning i could not get keys on the handset to unlock ,
    > and took out the battery and replaced it again, now i get nothing. i does
    > not even start up,.
    > have tried the battery in another phone and it works so i know its not

    that,
    > the sim card also works.
    > would it be worth getting it looked at a phone shop , am just curious to

    no
    > what type of charges are involve in this if any at all or if there were
    > charges would this cost more than the actual phones worth ?


    Personally, I wouldn't bother. Even if the fault is relatively simple,
    it'll more than likely cost more than the phone is worth.

    <snip>
    > If the phone is knackered i was thinking of moving to maybe a Samsung

    A800
    > or maybe t100 as i like the look of this type of flip phone, has anyone

    got
    > any experience of these models pros or cons,


    Both quite nice phones to use, but the T100 has dire battery life, and
    limited functionality. If you want to keep costs down and get a well
    featured flip phone with good battery life, have a look round for an
    Ericsson T39 - cracking little phone.

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