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    Default Best NS phones?

    Open discussion to all haha which is the Best NS phone to use?

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    Default Re: Best NS phones?

    Sony Ericsson M600i and W950i are quite common as they come with multimedia features.
    those LG or Samsung phones priced around $100 or less are also quite popular as they come with radio function.


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    any comments about Nokia E60?
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusetrips View Post
    any comments about Nokia E60?
    Superb phone though the screen IS a little small... I love mine :-)

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    E61... install with MSN.

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    im looking for the classic 3310 and the 8310 hahas both from nokias lol small and easy to carry around. lost also not heart pain and there WONT be any personal pictures inside also hahas no memory card hahas

    anyone has any idea where still selling these old phones model?

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    Currently use a Nokia 6100 for NS. John Teoh has mentioned another superb phone - the E61. Have that too when i go in for reservist - doubles as entertainment / surfing of net and checking of mails.

    For the 2 models you mentioned - you can try Pearl's Centre @ Chinatown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango3 View Post
    Superb phone though the screen IS a little small... I love mine :-)
    At times do you encounter problems like unable to call out?
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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