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O2 XDA Exec

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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
So I need a new phone, and I also need a decent SatNav for my car (doing pizza delivery over summer).

Ive looked at the phones which can run tomtom and the o2 XDA Exec is really nice, the problem is that it only appears to be on contract or from dodgy ebay dealers which im not entirely confident with (had a bad experience with an 'unlocked' phone from there and didnt work).

Never had a contract phone before and it appears this phone is only available on contract, can anyone suggest the best direction for me to go?

Cheers
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I purchased an exec a year or so ago, I purchased it from ebay with no hassle. It was great with TomTom but the phone was just too big, you do realise just how big it is?

I'd go for the ebay option but try searching for a seller near where you live. Then pick it up and check the phone out. That's the only advice I can give. I drove to Birmingham to pick mine up.

Have a look at the Nokia N80, it isn't a pocket pc but it will run almost any bluetooth satellite receiver and runs tomtom very well. it also has wifi.
#2
i was about to put my t-mobile MDA Vario 2 on here if that interests you? you can buy tomtom or copilot for it has that super hi speed internet thingy and wifi. got it in feb and just dont use it for anything other than texting so seems a waste having it
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davelfc
I purchased an exec a year or so ago, I purchased it from ebay with no hassle. It was great with TomTom but the phone was just too big, you do realise just how big it is?

I'd go for the ebay option but try searching for a seller near where you live. Then pick it up and check the phone out. That's the only advice I can give. I drove to Birmingham to pick mine up.

Have a look at the Nokia N80, it isn't a pocket pc but it will run almost any bluetooth satellite receiver and runs tomtom very well. it also has wifi.


yeah i will probably try ebay then, apparently the o2 xda execs werent locked to a certain network so will just need to get grps enabled on my sim or whatever it is

the nokia nseries are kinda ugly in my opinion and the screen might be a bit small for using as a tomtom whilst driving




jonbinns

i was about to put my t-mobile MDA Vario 2 on here if that interests you? you can buy tomtom or copilot for it has that super hi speed internet thingy and wifi. got it in feb and just dont use it for anything other than texting so seems a waste having it


no thanks mate more into the xda
#4
jonbinns
i was about to put my t-mobile MDA Vario 2 on here if that interests you? you can buy tomtom or copilot for it has that super hi speed internet thingy and wifi. got it in feb and just dont use it for anything other than texting so seems a waste having it


I've got the older Vario and think it's fantastic (if a little slow on CPU) - how much would you be looking for with your Vario2?
#5
What about the lobster? We bought one from Virgin when they were half price at £49.99. My Hubby has installed Sat Nav on ours, we have built in Sav Nav in our car but it comes in handy when we go on holidays abroad :thumbsup:

My Hubby has the O2 Orbit also, bought it off someone on here last month, its ok but i am not into big phones.

http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/viewProduct.do?productId=571AAE55-A9BC-49B4-912E-CC8DD99603FD

heres is the link, its half price again!

http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/media/images/phones/lobster/700/large_front.jpg


Also has 200 free minutes, digital radio and mobile tv!
#6
kinda drawn towards the Nokia E70 too now but also hard to get without an 18 month contract at £25 a month

hmm

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