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New T-Mobile phone advise Samsung E105 or Sony T610

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by LeeM, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. LeeM

    LeeM Junior Member
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    Hi there. I'm looking to get a t-mobile service.
    I've heard a lot of bad stuff about other Sony Ericsson phones. Any comments on T610? How does it comare against Samung E105? Any other phone you would recomend?

    Also, I need to get 2 bigger phones for my parents. I'd like to know if those old nokia 61XX (6190 or something ) voicesteam phones would work with T-Mobile. Do they use sim card? If not, will I be able to call t-mobile and have them switch the phone on my account? will it be free of charge? somebody stop me.... [​IMG]

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. Matt

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    The Samsung E105 is the successor to the S105, which I used and liked. I don't know much about the T610, but SonyEricsson phones are not know to be the best in RF (signal holding capability).

    Yes, if your 6190s say VoiceStream on them, they will work just fine with T-Mobile, and they use a SIM card. Normally, SIM cards are $20, but perhaps you can work a deal, especially since you are signing on a new line.
     
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  3. NYCDru

    NYCDru Sprint Newbie
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    Def E105. Its one of the few phones i would pick if i HAD t have Tmobile for some strange reason.
     

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