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    I have a sony ericsson Z710i. I bought it new and I have had it for 1 year and 9 months.

    The vibrate function no longer works at all. Very inconvenient.
    The phone turns off spontaneously when the battery is not even close to empty.

    I have about 45 fido dollars. Should I repair the phone or have it replaced? Anybody in Canada have any estimate of how much it would cost to repair these features?

    I was thinking of replacing it with the Nokia 6301


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    Re: Cell phones - the recurring question

    Generally, a cell phone cannot be repaired.

    Usually, it is cheaper and faster to just get another device.
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    Re: Cell phones - the recurring question

    Quote Originally Posted by nicknrm View Post
    Generally, a cell phone cannot be repaired.

    Usually, it is cheaper and faster to just get another device.
    W3RD. With technology today, you should always spring for getting a high grade model with each person. This will help you stay current with the times because of technology moving forward so quickly. Before you know it, your television won't receive analog signal anymore... THE THOUGHT!
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    Re: Cell phones - the recurring question

    All of our local stations have went digital already, as of December...no more analog.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik2000 View Post
    W3RD. With technology today, you should always spring for getting a high grade model with each person. This will help you stay current with the times because of technology moving forward so quickly. Before you know it, your television won't receive analog signal anymore... THE THOUGHT!
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    Re: Cell phones - the recurring question

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    All of our local stations have went digital already, as of December...no more analog.
    California is next month. How the days grow colder.
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