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Nokia N95

Jonno Avatar
9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
I really fancy a N95, anyone any suggestions where is doing the best deals? I want plenty of txting and internet/email, not fussed on actually talking to people. I also kinda fancy the idea of TV on the handset.

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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
no TV on a N95
#2
If you like using the internet dont bother going on O2 as their data charges are purely ridiculous. T-Mobile do their web'n'walk bolt on for £7.50 a month which gives unlimited usage. Orange offer unlimited texts, and their bolt ons for data are quite reasonable so i've heard. Its prob best to have a looky on www.mobiles4everyone.com (which is like a search engine for the majority of the bigger sites) and weigh up the deals on offer
#3
pobz
no TV on a N95


Surely it just needs a 3G phone

http://www1.orange.co.uk/entertainment/tv/whatIsOrangeTV.php
#4


You are correct, of course you can play Tv on it, i am watching sky news on mine now..:thumbsup:
#5
dont buy one is the advice i can give you, iv read up on all the phones and the N95 is the one that has major battery drain
This is 'quote' "only using my phone averagely through the day and i had to charge it again at night" what a review said.
#6
saxo_appeal
dont buy one is the advice i can give you, iv read up on all the phones and the N95 is the one that has major battery drain
This is 'quote' "only using my phone averagely through the day and i had to charge it again at night" what a review said.

Sigh! Depends on what you're using it for. If you've got the bluetooth and Wi Fi switched on all day and are all doing lots of calls etc. then you've got to expect a mobile device to drain the battery quickly. If you're using it as a mobile device then battery life is reasonable (in my opinion of course). Not forgetting to condition the battery when you get the phone helps a lot. ;-)
#7
saxo_appeal
dont buy one is the advice i can give you, iv read up on all the phones and the N95 is the one that has major battery drain
This is 'quote' "only using my phone averagely through the day and i had to charge it again at night" what a review said.


The battery on my N95 lasts me about a day and a half to two days depending on how I use it, that is more than ample on one charge in my opinion, for what this phone is capable of :thumbsup:
#8
i thought the op was after proper mobile tv like the other N series one?
#9
Jonno
not fussed on actually talking to people.


lol - how times change for mobiles

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