No, I can't get on with them at all. I like to feel a button under my thumb so I know when I'm touching the right place. Touch screen needs to be constantly looked at to keep on track, where as I can end a call, lock the phone, turn bluetooth on and off dead easy with my Nokia button phone, without looking at it.
Well, it's gonna be the first time I've strayed from Nokia since I tried Virgin Mobile for about a month with a Phillips phone. Virgin were terrible, and the Phillips phone was even worse. Apart from that I've only ever had Nokia. Wifey's had all sorts of different stuff and always has problems with it. She gets a phone that looks nice though rather than getting a phone which works. Usually it's a Samsung, although this time she's going for an HTC Desire.
HTC desire is an amazing phone if you want that kind of phone,i am available for an upgrade but 02 cant understand i want a phone with a camera nothing more no-less i dont care about all the other stuff as i dont need it as i have come this far through life without it upto now,i work on computers then i get home and use my laptop i dont need to be on a computer or something that does all the same functions any time i am not doing the above infact i hate now how people just sit there messing about with them when out in pubs etc,i was a nokia man because they were bomb + fool proof but last time round got sony ericsson c902 now just on about the c903 as they are the same as sonys but with out the system errors a lot of the N series nokia's used to have problems with for the first few years of every phone
Yeah, that's about it. I want a phone to male and receive calls, with a decent camera, and the option for toys if I want to use it. Chances are I wont but if I do then that's what I want. Unfortunately every time I go near a phone shop (just for a laught I do it occasionally) they all try and force the feckin iPhone on me. When that doesn't work they move onto the "This one is a good phone, and has all the features the iPhone has but runs ..." and they try and sell me something that isn't an iPhone. Mention wanting an actual keypad and you'd think I'd grown another head on my left shoulder.
Well, sent an email off to Vodafone asking them to terminate my two
contracts. Got an email back saying someone would contact me to discuss
my request. And this afternoon I got a call from Ben. He asked why I
wanted to leave so I told him, the best deal I could get in the Vodafone
shop was 18 months £40 per month for the HTC desire, and 18 months £40
per month for the Blackberry Pearl 3G. Whereas if I went next door to
Phones4u I could get the same deal much cheaper as a new Vodafone
customer. Why should I stay with them?
So he did a bit of
fiddling and upshot is I now have a new Blackberry Pearl 3g, 12 month
contract, 600 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited internet, £35 per
month, and a new HTC Desire, 12 month contract, 600 minutes, unlimited
texts, unlimited internet, £31 per month. [<)]
Who says there's no such thing as 12 month contracts any more.