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    Vice Admiral of Notes, Dots & at times also Slurs corno's Avatar
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    mobile phones

    And now for something completely different.

    I'm thinking about exchanging my mobilephone with a new model of some sort... up until now my experiences in this area has been solely with Nokia phones - and they tend to be good but in the long run they always seem to have some or another odd thing happening to them... either the keys get thighter to press down and makes clicking noises or the phones sms-bank start to act up... I've also had some of my phones freeze-up and a communicator going dead needing to be reinstalled completely buy a dealer... so... I'm a little bit weary in buying Nokia again... and I've looked at some SonyEricsson and so far I think I'm leaning mostly toward the Z600 - featured on the sonyericsson.com homepage http://www.sonyericsson.com/ - at least in the Danish edition of it. This should also do it - http://www.sonyericsson.com/z600
    Does anyone of you have any experience with SonyEricsson? or do you have any other recommendations on phones I could look for... - preferably not more expensive than the Z600 - which, for me, is a bit on the "steap" side as compared to my student budget.

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    Re: mobile phones

    I must admit that I'm not an expert when it comes to mobile phones. I bought my first mobile phone about 7 years ago and then 2 years ago I bought a new one. Personally I prefer a phone with some sturdyness, so I bought a "Siemens" M35i. It's small and light enough and VERY hard to break. I can trow it on a concrete floor, lower it into water (even wine...yes, I'm talking from experience ) with no damage to the phone. The next time I need a new phone (in 2-3-4 years maybe) I will consider Siemens again. German quality, you know

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    Re: mobile phones

    Well.....I must admit the same i am far from an expert on Mobile Phones. Aussies have them,but the Costs/Charges over here are enormous. However,corno....what admin has.sounds like the one for me too,if i ever do get one....hehehe. and it survived the wine glass as well.Sounds very "Sturdy"

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    Re: mobile phones

    hmm ok... - well in this area I might be a little more "demanding" - not that I'm aiming for the newest of gadgets... but I like to "keep" up... also... I've worked with mobilephone ringingtones earlier so I've had some professional interest in Nokia phones since it was mainly for that brand I made ringing tones... with the new midi-capable mobilephones the task is somewhat more interesting... although I'm not directly in that area of work anymore... but if anyone wants a new ringing tone - let me know... I might be able to do something about it

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