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Which phone should I get...? anyone? TNX

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by madelaine, Nov 14, 2002.

  1. madelaine

    madelaine New Member

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    Hello,
    Need some help please. Which phone should I get !Motorola C331T or Nokia 3360??? I read that the battery life is exaggerated on Nokia. And I just read that Nokia freezes or something, battery doesn't stick. What about Motorola? The only thing I found so far is that you can't get the ringers as they say. Can someone tell me if I can lock the buttons on these phones to keep them from working while the phone is in my pocket? Some advice would be great guys! THANKS [​IMG]
     
  2. rallykid

    rallykid New house = No free time
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    Location:
    Davison, Michigan
    My Phone:
    LG 9700
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon, Sprint
    A friend of mine had a 3360 and he was very happy with it, however he upgraded to the 331 and is MUCH happier with this phone. It seems to have better signal strength and clarity. I used it a few times as well as the 3360 and the 331 sems to be a much clearer sounding phone. To answer your other question, I know the Nokia has a keypad lock and I am sure that the Motorola does too. That is pretty much a standard feature on ANY phone.
     
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  3. jm1001n

    jm1001n New Member

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    Yeah i hav the c331t and it does have a keypad lock, phone lock, Application lock, alk secure and you can also restrict call so yep its its all good
     

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