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Topic: Mobile Phone Choise (T191, GD-35)
Username: Teahan
Posted 2001-12-07 20:18:39 and read 645 times.

Hello,

Buying a mobile phone and honestly can't make a choice between the following:

Motorola T191:



Panasonic GD-35 Elite:



I honestly can't make a choice and can't find any good sites to help me either. The Panasonic doesn't look 1/2 as bad in reality, a friend of mine has one. And before anyone tells me to buy a Nokia 3310 or 3330, thanks but no thanks. Every second person I know has one, and I might just like to be a little individual. About something more expensive, I don't think so. What's the point, a phone is a phone and for the little I use it.

Jeremiah

Topic: RE: Mobile Phone Choise (T191, GD-35)
Username: Teahan
Posted 2001-12-07 20:20:28 and read 642 times.

Hello,

That is suppose to be choice in the topic and not choise. Sorry. Big grin

Jeremiah

Topic: RE: Mobile Phone Choise (T191, GD-35)
Username: Novair_332
Posted 2001-12-08 15:10:04 and read 627 times.

The answer is none of them!

You should buy The new Ericsson t68 or the new Ericsson t66. Or If you are very desperate you should consider the Nokia 8310.

Topic: RE: Mobile Phone Choise (T191, GD-35)
Username: Teahan
Posted 2001-12-09 16:35:32 and read 610 times.

Hello,

Novair_332, I see no reason why I should spend 4 times the money on an Ericsson, and about the Nokia, I said I did not want one. Everybody has them, I just want to be a little different.

Well I bought the GD-35 yesterday. I am pretty pleased with it minus 2 things. Firstly the games, there is only 1 game and secondly, the plastic they used to make it is rubbish. There is already a big scratch on the back of my phone, and that is after 1 day of having it at home.
 Pissed

Jeremiah


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