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    Seen The New Sony-Ericsson K750i?

    I'm a complete and total user of Sony Ericsson mobiles and today, I feel in love... Again!

    From a T68i to a K700i to a S700i and as soon as its released, I'm going for the K750i.

    Check out the link.
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    You like your toys don't you.

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    Without a doubt!
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    Originally posted by Toolbox
    Without a doubt!
    I knew that.

    How are you coming with the new system?

    Still looking or thinking about it?

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    Hope it has less bugs in.

    I had loads of problems with my S700i though it was a fantastic phone.
    Got a Samsung D500 now and not sure which i prefer
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    Does the Samsung D500 have a Sent Items for SMS messages? That's the only thing stopping me from getting one.
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    Yeah its called the outbox which confused me a little at first.

    There are a few things which are annoying but its a great phone overall.

    + points
    Camera is much better than my s700i in dark conditions which is where most of my pics are taken (in the pub)
    Good, fast menus. (s700i was pretty slow)
    Texting is handier aswell.

    -points
    WHeras on others phone when its sending an sms you can go to the main menu and do other things while sending this cancels it and saves to draft which is annoying as when i've finished i tend to slde it shut thus stopping it sending

    No decent normal ringtones they are all stupid same with message tones

    Unable to have it vibrate and ring together it must be one or the other


    But its a cracking phone and highly recommended
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    Hmm this phone does look pretty good but I don't know about moving away from a symbian based phone (love my megadrive emulator etc). Another thing which puts me off is the relativley expensive memory sticks it uses. Other than that, it's tempting me heh

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    They're plenty of nice looking phones around these days, but I still like to stick to Nokia coz its just easy to use. No messing around.

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    Cool! I didn't think any of the Samsung's had an Outbox or Sent Items which is really important to me. I always forget if I've messaged someone already or not.

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    They are handy for the mornings after to

    Just need something to record the drunken calls i make now so i know what i actually say and can apologise to people with reason
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    Originally posted by Marvt74
    They are handy for the mornings after to

    Just need something to record the drunken calls i make now so i know what i actually say and can apologise to people with reason
    always a plus point

    i also stick with nokia, like TaNG , just always had nokias and i like them.
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    Hehe...
    I love to own this phone too.

    According to my friends that had SE T610/630, the SMS function is not user friendly. Probably that is caused by the T9 dictionary.
    Toolbox, did you ever have this problem with your SE?

    I would prefer to get the D750i that will be released for T-Mobile though..

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    So what are the phone companies offering you guys in the department of payment?

    I think it's actually getting to be pretty good over here in Australia. I just switched my plan yesterday over to the $49.95 cap.
    I can talk up to $230 worth of calls, for the cap price. If I go over I just pay on top of that original price. It includes national mobile to mobile calls, mobile to land line, sms, mms, all international calls, PTT or something. Calls are charged at 1c/sec and have a flagfall of 25c. Do they offer stuff like this or better over where you are?

    P.S. I work in a petrol station. Don't sell phones or phone services

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    well im not on a pay monthly contract, im on pay as you go. so i usually top my phone up with about 10-15 a month. and HERE is the prices i get charged.
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