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Anyone recommend a good mobile

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Can anyone please recommend a good mobile phone

Contracts up for 9 phones (work)

Pretty basic requirements:

bluetooth (needs to be on all the time so it connects automatically to handsfree (rules out motorola)

prefer 2G to 3G (signals weak around our way)

thats it

my guess is that SE and Nokia are the best on the market?

any thoughts?

Thanks
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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Does it need to be a smart phone? ie. need any particular software? Syncing to computers?
Are you allowed cameras within the workplace? I know a few companies that don't allow cameras to be on their company phones.
Either way I would recommend Nokia. Their E series are mobiles designed with business in mind. I have an E50. It's brilliant.
#2
what about xda orbit?
#3
hclo4uk
what about xda orbit?


Nice phone but hardly cheap lol
banned#4
how about SE W200i or whatever they are called , i think they are the budget version of the w800i
#5
thanks for that

going to do some research on the E50 & the W200i

we don't need the phones to sync in or anything........only 3 of us are office based

i might be interested in a blackberry type thing but have no experince of these..........how well do they cope with excel?
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adr0ck
thanks for that

going to do some research on the E50 & the W200i

we don't need the phones to sync in or anything........only 3 of us are office based

i might be interested in a blackberry type thing but have no experince of these..........how well do they cope with excel?


Never had any experience with a black berry either but I know that most of the Nokia E series and N series are installed with software that can read Excel spreadsheets.
The software can be upgraded so that Excel spreadsheets can be created and edited.
The software also handles other Microsoft Office documents for reading, creating and editing.
#7
SE w710i is fantastic and £50 on PayG! Bluetooth, and email (not push email though) and syncs with your PIM...
#8
How about a HP iPAC 514? Has too many features to list google it for reviews. Some good things quad band,wifi (voip cheap calls),EDGE also the most useful feature I find that it will read your emails/text to you which is very handy in the car. Also voice emails, sends your recording as a audio file attachment.

I have a spare one £90+postage at cost.

It's brand new unopened.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
How about a HP iPAC 514? Has too many features to list google it for reviews. Some good things quad band,wifi (voip cheap calls),EDGE also the most useful feature I find that it will read your emails/text to you which is very handy in the car. Also voice emails, sends your recording as a audio file attachment.

I have a spare one £90+postage at cost.

It's brand new unopened.


Hi Gavin

If the OP isnt interested i might be... It's sim free i assume and has a full warranty & receipt?

lmk, cheers, dan

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