OneADay wrote: »
Yeah but warranties for phones are usually 12 months, ok nokia do 2 years worth I think now. But personally I get bored with a phone after a few months let alone 12 or 24 months. So have never ever had a contract for more than 12 months.
If its an expensive phone, it might be worth (no option sometimes) taking 24 months deal but I would only do it if the cost for 24 months did not mean that I get ripped off.
For now I am happy with 12 months :-)
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?
5limJim wrote: »
am intrigued by the n900 now, just wish it were available on networks apart from Vodafone
Radsteral wrote: »
wow n900 reviews! well i just wrote my next phone will be nokia again ... thing with nokias is, instead of browing the manual, it just doe it itself.
I insert my garmin navigation sim card to nokia and it kicks in on screen
i do the same to blackberry and it says'' your sd card info is saved on media file!!! i rush to media file and then everywhere but no sign of garmin aplication.. went to local phone shop and the guy was hating himself for not being able to... so it made me feel better about myself..wasnt my fault
ACDeag wrote: »
The more who take up 24 month contracts the more likely they will try to move us all to 3 year contracts, then where will it end (lifetime contracts)!
ukbill69 wrote: »
In fact all products brought in Europe have a 2 year warranty as standard under eu directive. see http://ec.europa.eu/publications/booklets/move/64/en.pdf
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