Can I use GPS as much as I like with Telus Calgary without incurring
That would be great, Like somebody else said, This phone has the best
conectivity and that's all I want.
That and somewhere to launch movies on. This phone has a good video
platform, however one 5mb video .wmv on it stalls twice though out the
It's only a 4.3 mb movie. http://www2.canada.com/scripts/story.html?id=2470350
I'm paying what most Canadians will soon be paying, at the lowest
monthly web use, 1MB a month, I pay $25.00 a month on a shared plan
with about two hundred shared minutes.
Everytime someone calls me, I say "Call me back on the land line" or I
call back.The Nokia has excellent sound but company land lines are
Another $20 for her Phone. (shared plan)
I have Internet at home, Internet at work, etc. 7 mintes between the
It's nice to know that if I ever wanted, I could Check out a stock or
do Internet banking, but I won't really spend much time using a smart
phone as a browser.
Probably won't use the camera much either since I'm an amateur
photographer and 3.2 mega bites is what the worlds first and my first
good quality affordable digital camera, Nikon's 990.
So Basicly, I wanted a phone, that wouldn't spy on me and play Videos
and MP3's without going near big brother's Apple landmark IPhone.
I am somwhwat pissed off at The phone not having the Nokia N86 video
and photographic qualities,
But it was only three hundred bucks and this Phone can soon be Her
next or my old phone.
Question IS, will it be another Nokia.
She already has one of those Ipod touch screens.
Products as strong as Apple already has the power to Sqaush or at
least for the moment, code every MP3 song as a unique burn.
Sony created the Root kit Virus that they were supposed to have paid
billions in damages, the next time, The American government in the
face of pressure from the recording industry will start frying hard
drives with large MP3 collections.
One of my disappointments with this phone, Is having to convert every
..mp3 to the (.acc)(?) file for the Phone. That's a No No.
Nokia can try and create their own little file exstension to create
their own little Music store, but not on my time, This feature alone
would have prevented me from buying this phone.
The way I'm thinking IS, I hope Nokia comes up with a software updates
that allows .MP3 songs to play.
Either that or I'll crush what I got.