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Which Nokia?

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by Guest, Aug 3, 2002.

  1. Guest

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    8390 or 7210? I like the looks and specs on both. What would you recommend?
     
  2. Hobbes

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    The above was me. New puter, had to have WA send out my password again before I could log in.

    Price aside, Pros and Cons?
     
  3. aiwapro

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    The 7210 is a much better phone, a little bit bigger, but a much better phone. It ahs a color screen too, just in case you didn't know. I have a contact who can get them for $475 including shipping. I curretnly have the 8390 and it is a great phone too. It is the best phone I have ever used. It is so tiny though, but once you get a holster for it, you won't have any problems losing it or anything.
     
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    I had an 8290 prior to being forced to switch to Verizon so the size isn't an issue, in fact it's a bonus. The smaller the phone the better in my opinion. Any word as to if T-mobile will actually be carrying the 7210?

    T-Mobile isn't available in my area yet, but when it is...
     
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    Well I'll tell you this, the 7210 is in the the help menu of the T-Mobile and Voicestream website, so to me it seems like they are going to carry it. It is also about time for a Nokia world phone, and if T-Mobile wants to truely be a transatlantic wireless provider like they currently are, they will have to get the lastest and greatest, and that is the 7210.
     
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    Interesting. I'm one of those people though that is pathetically brand loyal (usually for good reason though, not blindly). I like Dell computers, Sony electronics, Voicestream/T-Mobile cell service, Blizzard games and Nokia cell phones...and on and on...

    What can I say, I just like Nokia phones the best for some reason. Though, if I could go back and do things again with my Verizon service I would have purchased the V60c over the LG-TM510 I got. Ah well.
     
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    We have the exact same interests, except for the Blizzard games, I don't know what thse are. I love the exact same things that you said. I am using a Dell computer right now, I don't mind paying the extra money for high-quality products like on Sony offers, Nokias are my favorite phones (especially the 8390 that I now use), and as many know on this forum, I love Voicestream (T-Mobile).
     

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