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Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
I wife loves this phone

5 stars here( the price was great FREE).I picked this phone up for the wife, and she only complains now in then, I have to get the book out and figure out how to fix things.Most of the time she pushes a wrong button now and ten.
She is always taking pictures.
This phone does everything except cook meals.
Product features:
Wireless phone with integrated video/digital camera
3.4 MB on board storage, MultiMediaCard expansion slot
Oversized display for MP4 video playback
High-speed internet access, supports Java-based downloads
Integrated Bluetooth connectivity for data transmission to other Bluetooth devices

Product: Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 1/5
Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Lousy customer support, does not work with most PDAs

*****DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE***** ****READ WHY****

In October of 2003, I bought a Nokia 3650 off of eBay. It was an OK phone with a really nice screen, great battery life, decent signal, and cool applications. It was a major step up from a Sony t68i. The 3650--being essentially a mini-computer--had memory leaks and occassional crashing, but nothing that a quick power cycle couldn't help. Most importantly, it allowed me to get on the Internet via Bluetooth via GPRS flawlessly. It's a nice phone, and I'm glad to have used it.

In July of 2004, I purchased a Nokia 6600 from T-Mobile. Since I use my Palm PDA and T-Mobile offers unlimited Internet, I asked the sales representative if I could use this phone as a Bluetooth modem for my Palm, and he said yes. So I bought the phone and went on my merry way.

BLUETOOTH DOES NOT WORK ON THIS PHONE. THE ADVERTISING IS A LIE. Though nearly a dozen different people at both T-Mobile and Nokia have told me otherwise, it is simply not possible to use this phone as a Bluetooth modem for the vast majority of PDAs and many other devices. While the two devices will pair, the phone will immediately drop the connection if any data is transferred. With the recent "bluejacking" vunerability, the Bluetooth overseers have created a new security system called Combination Key. This helps prevent people from sending short "obscene" messages to your phone. The older security method is called Unit Key. Most Bluetooth devices only support the older security system, Unit Key. This includes ALL Palm PDAs! Further, due to an unparalled design oversight, Nokia is the only device that supports Combination Key that is NOT BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE with the older devices that people actually own. Does all this sound technical? That's because it is, and the only way I learned it was by spending over an hour talking to T-Mobile's tier-3 technicians in South Africa (to learn that the problem wasn't about T-Mobile) and three hours of getting nowhere with Nokia support technicians reading endlessly from scripts, never deviating, until I started cursing and got a tier-2 tech. Only then did I learn the truth -- THIS PHONE DOES NOT WORK WITH PALM PDAS!

So, after all this frustration of adding all of my newest contacts to the 6600, I asked the technician if it were possible to transfer the data from the 6600 to the 3650. He advised me to back up the 6600 to a newly formatted Nokia MMC card, and restore the data to the 3650. I followed the technician's directions to the letter while they were on the phone, and after I had done so, the phone restarted and displayed the message "Phone startup failed. Contact the retailer." I spent over an hour talking to a tier-2 technician who told me that their tier-1 technician should have known that it was not possible to backup the 6600 to the 3650 safely in any condition. I could not get the 3650 working to even factory defaults, even after trying every reset code they could muster. Nokia finally determined that my phone was in need of repair, but since it was out of warranty (it was made in May '03 and they would not take an eBay purchase as proof) they refused to fix the phone for less than $120! After over two hours of being placed on hold and persuasion, a supervisor finally agreed to fix the phone for free.

I did a little research and discovered that the repair could be done by any basic cell-phone for $30. All that had to be done was restore the software to the phone, and all that took was a cable and some Nokia software. I still decided to send in the phone, since insured shipping was only $10.

Two weeks later I mailed the phone in for repair. Two days after they received the phone, I received a letter in my mailbox stating that if I did not pay $120 for the repair of my phone, it would be returned unrepaired. I called Nokia to try to get it sorted out, and they stated that they had no recollection of ever promising to repair the phone for free. They stated that though it was a simple repair they would not do it for less than $120. I suggested that it didn't make sense for me to send in the phone for repair if I thought Nokia would charge me $120 to repair it since I could get it done locally for $30. This simple nuance was too much for Nokia, and they still refuse to acknoledge the fact that their technician could have broken the phone or repair the phone for free. The supervisor stated that it must have been third-party applications on the 6600 that caused the 3650 to break, and would not take the suggestion that his own tier-2 technicians stated that it was not possible to back up the 6600 to the 3650 without damaging the 3650, regardless of what was or was not on the 6600.

In short - Nokia themselves don't know that this phone doesn't work with the Palm, and if you don't heed my advice you will spend hours with technicians around the globe reading from scripts, chiding you in broken english for not following their directions exactly. You will also hard-reset both your Palm and your Nokia to factory defaults in their lame attempts to get the script to work, though it will not. Ultimately you will learn just how bad Nokia is, and why their recent loss of market share is so utterly deserved.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Video recorder and RealOne Player
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
640 x 480 VGA camera with 2x digital zoom
Sending images, video, text and voice clip as MMS

Product: Audiovox CDM8910 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Audiovox CDM8910 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Horrible Phone

I have had many Verizon phones and this is this is the worst by far. The Reception is HORRIBLE, the Camera sucks, and it scratches too easily. I had cingular for a while but there reception sucked even when combined with ATT, so I switched to Verizon, who has the best reception Nationwide. But this phone makes them seem like a joke. I have had dropped calls even when I have had 4 and 5 Bars. I now have a Treo witch is the best, and I acctally have reception with it. Though I did with my other phones too. I would Recommend Verizon to all, but if you get them DON'T get this Phone.
Product features:
Built-in camera with flash
Dual displays
Buit-in speakerphone
BREW compatibile for great gaming
Includes phone, charger and user documentation

Product: Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
I love this phone

I don't see the huge problem with this phone. I bought it today after extensive research on the web, especially through Amazon and Cnet. After reading all the reviews (good and bad) I bought it today and I have no major complaints. It is small and compact, which I love. It is a little bit thicker than my Samsung, but the QWERTY keyboard is worth the thickness. The phonebook takes some getting use to, as I have been programming all my numbers since my Verizon Samsung had no SIM card. After programming 46 number (with more to go)it has become easy and fast. I love when the phone is closed you can access your phonebook by pressing one button for Phonebook and scroll, by letter to find your entry. It is simple. The camera is O.K. yet, no big deal for me, because I have a digital camera, so I don't expect to turn into a photographer with a phone. If you just want to text and talk on the phone this is a good choice. The camera phone is O.K. if I needed to take a quick pic. Alerts, Emails, maybe O.K., The ringer is Ok. I don't see the huge complaint. How loud should a ringer be? My other choice was the SideKick, but it is way tooo bulky and if you have a computer at home, work, school, why is it necessary to have the internet on the go. That is not needed for me. I would give this phone a 4 because it could have come with some software. Yet, I'll give it a 5 because I got the $299.99 phone for Free. Thanks T-Mobile and my salesperson.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
Supports MMS, SMS, e-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4), and instant messaging
Integrated VGA digital camera
Full QWERTY keyboard with 5-way navigation

Product: Sanyo RL-7300 PCS Vision Ready Link Phone (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sprint
Rating: 4/5
Sanyo RL-7300 PCS Vision Ready Link Phone (Sprint)
Great phone, but sorry speaker phone...

Great phone, but has its defects. I mainly purchased this phone because it's a flip phone with a speaker phone (I get tired holding the phone up to my ear, and I hate ear pieces). By my experience and of two other owners of the same phone, the speaker phone works poorly. You can hear the caller talking nice and loud but they cannot hear you. Most of the time I had to turn off the speaker phone and just use it normally. I took my phone phone back in exchange for the Sanyo 4500 hoping it doesn't have the same problem. If you plan to buy this phone for the speaker as I did, save your time and money and look for another phone. If speaker phone is not of an essence to you, than this phone is great!
Product features:
Ruggedized Ready Link compatibile phone with dual-color displays, speakerphone and voice dialing
Quick, walkie-talkie style communication with Ready Link allows you to communicate at the touch of a button
Rugged design minimizes wear and tear
Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing make communicating easy and safe
Includes phone, rapid wall charger and user documentation

Product: Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 5/5
Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)

i've had this phone for over a year now and we've never had one issue because it thought my hands free was plugged in, when it wasn't. being a hardware developer, i understand that sometimes hardware fails. i just reset the phone and it was no big deal. no data loss what-so-ever. the only other issue i've had is that i left it outside in the car when it was 10 below, yeah so hardware doesn't like that so much. now my phone has different shade stripes on it, c'est la vie.
reception has been stellar, the camera is better than on my sidekick 2 as far as picture quality and i talk a lot on my phone and only ever have to recharge the battery every other day.
my roommate bought the same phone around 9 months ago and has never had an issue either.
Product features:
Large LCD color screen feature 65,000 colors (128x160 pixels)
Built-In VGA camera with 640x480 resolution, flash, and self-timer
Equipped with mobile Internet and text messaging
Supports 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Download ringtones, wallpaper, and games

Product: Nokia Travel Charger for Nokia Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia Travel Charger for Nokia Phones
Nokia Travel Charger ACP-7U for 252C (TracFone)

The Nokia 252C cell phone owner's manual says that the ACP-7U can take up to 5 hours to charge a BMH-3 Extended NiMH battery. My experience is that the battery is fully charged in two hours. The ACP-7U is really convenient -- lightweight and not too large to put in my brief case. I especially like the long cord that allows me to plug it in and still use the phone while it's charging.
Product features:
Compact, lightweight, and affordable
Powers the phone while you talk
Sturdy construction makes it ideal for travel
Protects against overcharging

Product: Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
Pretty good, so far...

phone is very nice, just had few problems with speaker not working.had repaired twice in 6 mouths. phone is very nice comfortable to use.....
Product features:
Voice-activated dialing
Speakerphone function for hands-free calling
Includes Java-powered applications
Wireless web enabled
Includes 750mAh lithium-ion battery, travel charger and holster belt clip

Product: Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)

Dont believe the naysayers, this is a great little phone and is perfect for those who just need a solid, reliable phone without the frills... samsung easily makes the best-looking and best performing clamshells, and this phone blows away my previous nokias and motorolas. great looks and performance,lots of bang for the buck... reception up and down the east coast is solid, and is superior to other carriers i've experienced. yes, it doesnt have the external lcd, but it hardly matters.
Product features:
Samsung 426 is notable for its thin profile, light weight, and large, bright color display
Includes GPRS high-speed data and Java downloadable applications
Features 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Holds 7 hours of talk time and 216 hours of standby time
Supports wireless Internet and text messaging

Product: Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)

This phone is great, I love it. BUT Verizon crippled it - they disabled object transfer over bluetooth, so you won't be able to get pictures off your phone, put mp3's onto your phone, or download your contact list withouth buying a Transflash Card and Reader.

This is something Verizon did because profit is their middle name - they want you to pay $.25/picture to send them to yourself. They want you to buy THEIR ringtones through Get It Now.

Other than this problem, the phone is great. Pictures are a bit grainy and dark, but they are as good as can be expected from a phone. The form factor is a bit bigger than expected, but the screen is absolutely huge!

For more info about this phone, there is a user community at: - it's under the Verizon heading.
Product features:
Integrated 1.2 megapixel camera, video capture and playback
Integrated MP3 player
Integrated Bluetooth for hands-free, eyes-free talking
Integrated speakerphone
Buit-in 10 MB memory and SD-compatible removable memory slot

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