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Aug 24, 2005, 8:45 AM

Phonebook Feature :-)

The biggest seller of this phone for me is that you can add as many numbers as you want to each contact and here's the best part - you can customize the labels!!! I have not seen any other phone have this feature. What do I mean? You can name the numbers. So, for example, I have "Mom & Dad" listed as one contact. Within that entry, I have: "Mom & Dad (Home), Mom (cell), Dad (cell), Mom (office), Dad (office), Dad (fax), Mom (email), Dad (email)". How cool is that?!!

But there are some downsides: form factor (size), speaker phone, bar style (ie. no flip/cover,etc...) so I'm looking for other choices but I don't want to give up the flexibility of the phonebook. Anyone know of other phones with this capability?

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Feb 20, 2005, 4:21 PM

Cellphone GIANT from Finland

Nokia (Finland) invented the cellphones,and always will be step or two ahead other brandnames. This phone speak for itselfs....

Nov 9, 2004, 4:18 PM

doesn't work with t-mobile

🤭 have an unlocked 3650 that works with cingular simm card. tried my new t-mobile simm and this thing reboots constantly. it doesn't even get the main page. not sure if this is a t-mobile problem or phone. i didn't call t-mobile bec. their support just suck big time!
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Apr 5, 2004, 8:33 PM

phone strap?

I know it's a little too late to be posting a message about this phone since it is no longer new and many might not even search for it...either way, if someone might see this, please answer....does this phone have a place to put in the phone strap? I want to buy a cute light up phone strap but i can't find the place to put it in! anybody?
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