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Nokia 3360 or Ericsson T60d

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by Guest, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. Guest

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    I'm looking into getting a new phone with Cingular. Their offering me either the Nokia 3360 or the Erickson T60d at the same price. I'd like to get some feedback or recommendations on both of these. Thanks.
     
  2. Airb330

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    Well I like the look of the ericsson but the keys feel funky and are hard to press (the one I used). I know someone who went from a 5165 to a T60, she could pick up a Cingular signal with the 5165 but hardly anywhere with the T60. People with the 3360 have no problem. I'd go with the 3360.
     
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    I'd go with the Nokia 3360.
     
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    Agreed.. go with the 3360. Can never go wrong with a Nokia.. You can find accessories just about everywhere for it also.
     
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    probably would go with the ericsson, Nokia has really fallen behind in the quality of there phones...6160,5165,6162 were there most reliable models, most other models have been a real disapointment...never was a big ericsson fan but Sony is making there phones now and the t60's are much more reliable than the 3360, besides the 3360 gets terrible battery life, no 3360 will live up near whats promised in battery life...both t60 and 3360 have internal antennas so there about the same signal wise, well ithink the t60 is alittle better so in short try the sony-ericsson t60 trust me....
     
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    Ericsson is better now that they are Sony/Ericsson

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  7. Guest

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    Thanks for your help everybody. I'm going to go with the Nokia 3360. Thanks.
     
  8. tino

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    good luck.remember your 30 day return, if battery doenst get even half whats promise return to store...
     
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  9. Guest

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    Hello
    I owned a Nokia for my first cell phone and then recently changed to Erickson T60 and I love it. [​IMG]
     

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