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  1. #1
    David G. Imber
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    I posted this once before, but thought I'd give it a bump as
    it's probably an interesting find for someone out there.

    It was a fantastic phone two years ago, and since we only go
    to Japan twice a year for a month at a time, it's got extremely low
    mileage on it. It's in spotless condition. Unfortunately, the only
    manual I have for it is in Japanese, but I may be able to answer some
    questions about it, and there is certainly information on it in
    English on the Web.

    The phone is the DoCoMo SO503iS, part of the "Digital MoVa"
    series made for the company by Mitsubishi. It is the phone on the left
    at the bottom of this page:

    http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/new/conte...atnew0917.html

    If your computer is set up to read Japanese, and you can, you
    can see some of the specs on that page as well.

    I'm just making up a price of $60, including USPS shipping,
    but will consider any reasonable offer.

    Please write if interested. Thanks, DGI





    See More: FS: Mitsubishi I-Mode Phone




  2. #2
    Rob Vargas
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    Re: FS: Mitsubishi I-Mode Phone

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...
    > The phone is the DoCoMo SO503iS, part of the "Digital MoVa"
    > series made for the company by Mitsubishi. It is the phone on the left
    > at the bottom of this page:
    >


    So... what led you to believe a phone usable only in Japan would be of
    interest in a newsgroup for a carrier used only in the USA?



  3. #3
    David G. Imber
    Guest

    Re: FS: Mitsubishi I-Mode Phone

    On Wed, 9 Feb 2005 08:52:14 -0600, Rob Vargas
    <[email protected]āndāllind.com> wrote:


    >So... what led you to believe a phone usable only in Japan would be of
    >interest in a newsgroup for a carrier used only in the USA?


    When I upgraded to the phone I'm selling this time, I sold the
    previous one to a person who frequented this NG. I don't know what he
    wanted it for - didn't ask. In Japan there are fanatical phone
    collectors, so that's a possibility. Or he might have enjoyed
    tinkering with it. The display resolution on this phone, for example,
    is terrific.

    So the short answer is precedent.

    DGI






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