SparciaM wrote: »
You have to look at what is important.
Most contracts are 18 months now, so 24 is only 6 months longer - is that really a long time to wait? IMO, no.
Majority of people whom argue against a 24 month contract is that they "want" a new phone sooner. I've had my same phone for nearly 2.5 years now and still happy with it.
24 months does give you a better deal, but you have to make sure that you're happy paying that in 24 months time. Work out the cost difference between 18 and 24 and see if it's worth it. If you want a new phone every year, then 24 months won't be for you.
d.m wrote: »
Whats the best thing baout the N900? It's multimedia capabilities right?? Or is it as strong as a business phone? I use my phone mainly for emails and calls, and the odd browse of the net to find thngs out but not leisurely.. im a business student and im pretty involved in the whole business thing, no time to game etc..
on that basis, what d'you think?
CitySlicker wrote: »
Yes. I love my Nokia N900 on a two year contract, it has an awful lot more power behind it than the Blackberry, far more value for money than an iPhone too but is leaving a lot of iPhone lovers in a bit of denial right now.
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