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  1. #1
    Liz
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    My contract is about to run out so I want a new Nokia - but there is SO much
    to choose from I don't really know where to start. I remember ages ago
    there used to be a website where you could put in your requirements and
    would be presented with suitable choices - does anyone remember this and
    where it was? I want a phone which has a decent sized screen, good storage
    for text messages, it would be nice to have mms, camera, radio - but these
    would be treats rather than essentials. It would have to be on O2 as that's
    the only one that gives me a signal where I live. I've looked at the nokia
    site but it's still rather too overwhelming. My present phone is a 3410
    which is ok but basic though has at least taught me what I don't want.

    Any advice gratefully received

    Liz


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  2. #2
    The Messiah
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    Re: Choosing a new phone - confusing

    have you seen the new nokia n-gage, it is full of all sorts of extras.
    check out their website.
    O2 have started taking orders for as little as 99quid

    http://www.indiemagazine.co.uk/cgi-b...?id=1831§ion=1

    http://www.n-gage.com

    http://www.o2.co.uk/n-gage

    i hope that this is of some help, although it is more of a game-boy than
    a phone




    "Liz" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > My contract is about to run out so I want a new Nokia - but there is SO much
    > to choose from I don't really know where to start. I remember ages ago
    > there used to be a website where you could put in your requirements and
    > would be presented with suitable choices - does anyone remember this and
    > where it was? I want a phone which has a decent sized screen, good storage
    > for text messages, it would be nice to have mms, camera, radio - but these
    > would be treats rather than essentials. It would have to be on O2 as that's
    > the only one that gives me a signal where I live. I've looked at the nokia
    > site but it's still rather too overwhelming. My present phone is a 3410
    > which is ok but basic though has at least taught me what I don't want.
    >
    > Any advice gratefully received
    >
    > Liz
    >
    >
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  3. #3
    Christopher Pollard
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    Re: Choosing a new phone - confusing


    >I remember ages ago
    >> there used to be a website where you could put in your requirements and
    >> would be presented with suitable choices -


    Yeah, I tried this on the Nokia site. I said I wanted the latest features, it
    suggested the 8210.

    erm... what about mms? Colour screen? These were the 'latest' features I
    wanted...

    an 8210? no thanks.



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  4. #4
    tuned by RÄZO
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    Re: Choosing a new phone - confusing

    "Christopher Pollard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    |
    | >I remember ages ago
    | >> there used to be a website where you could put in your requirements and
    | >> would be presented with suitable choices -
    |
    | Yeah, I tried this on the Nokia site. I said I wanted the latest features,
    it
    | suggested the 8210.
    |
    | erm... what about mms? Colour screen? These were the 'latest' features I
    | wanted...
    |
    | an 8210? no thanks.
    |
    |
    |
    | Chris Pollard
    |
    | --
    | CG Internet café, Tagum City, Philippines
    | http://www.cginternet.net

    sounds pretty outdated................yawn





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