ZootHornRollo wrote: »
i have just purchased an N900 - it's currently sitting in the post office as i wasn't in when they attempted delivery.
Reading the OP's needs for an email/call centred phone i would not recommend the N900 to them. It is a very immature device and has too many bugs just now - including Mail for Exchange. These may or may not be fixed with the rumoured firmware update.
A blackberry would probably be the best solution in this case.
The N900's strengths lie in the browser and (potential) applications which the OP has shown no desire to have.
As far as 24 month contracts go i think they are a good idea if you want a high end device and don't have the cash to lay out up front to pay for it. I would prefer 12 month contracts again but the deals just aren't there now. I went for an 18 month contract and paid a little upfront for the phone.
The deal i took was based on the cost over the length of contract which i will hopefully be able to reduce further by going to a lower contract after 9 months - anyone know if Vodafone still let you do this?
Jakg wrote: »
No, they dont. Lets not open this chesnut again.
ukbill69 wrote: »
In fact this is totally true, we are apart of the European union right, so this applies.
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