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Sunday, 26 August 2007



I had a MotorolaRazr (but a older one) but I wouldn't ever get another one... Battery life was pathetic to begin with. I do *love love* my Sony Ericsson one is brill... Next thing I have to actually do is change my internet provider and home phone company. Optus. Never again. (Don't ask)

John Snelson

I have a Motorola Razr .... it's just fine for me .... fits in my shirt pocket ... I love it.

I am also an Optus fan ... we have 4 mobile phones, one fixed line and cable internet ... would never go back to Telstra.


After many years of pretty good mobiles, I now have the cheapest Nokia going, with not a bell nor a whistle in sight. (And it actually came for free.) I'm using Pay As You Go for the first time ever. I've noticed that I hardly use my mobile anymore, except as an alarm clock, whereas with a contract I felt I could phone or text as I pleased. (A bit like being a bad credit card user, I suppose.)

The hard thing will be in a few months' time when iPhone becomes available. I'd love to have it, but I know in my heart of hearts that I won't be able to justify the expense - not only of buying the thing, but also running it. I currently buy 25 euros' worth of credit at most once every three months, and I can easily survive being online only when I'm at home or in my office.

Of course, if I had the money things would be different...

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