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Feb 20, 2005, 4:17 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....

Jan 1, 2005, 8:16 PM

New group for Tracfone 2600

A new group has been created to facilitate discussion of the new Nokia
2600 and 2651 phones.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Nokia_2600/ »

The 2600 will avaiable trough tracfone sometime in January

Dec 27, 2004, 3:24 AM

nokia 2600

it seems the nokia 2600 has all its: games, polyphonic ringtones, wallpapers, an programs, are built in and i can't add anything new of my own, because i don't have a "my gallery".
are my feelings true? and if not how can i add those things

Nov 7, 2004, 8:12 AM


This is def. headed for TracFone. It's on their National coverage maps as an option, and it's in their instruction manuals. 😁

Jun 18, 2004, 2:29 PM

entry level

Truth is, most nokia phones look and feel like entry level phones because of their cheap cheap plastic faceplates. For example, the following Nokia phones can easily be put on this list: new 6100, 6200, 7210, 8290, 8390, 3390, 3100, 3200, 6590, 3220, and now the 2600. There a lot more.

Why can't Nokia abandon their "changeable-faceplates designed" phones with well-built phones that do not fall apart. Most of the phones from Samsung, Moto, and LG are very well built. Thank God for these companies. Samsung is my company of choice though.
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Jun 17, 2004, 9:04 AM


I thought the 3595 was their first entry level phone with a color display
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Jun 17, 2004, 4:39 PM

3100 is better....

I would go with the entry level Nokia 3100. This phone has world roaming and can be had for FREE with a new activation. The 2600 and 3595 can also be had for FREE, but they do not have world roaming and are a lot bulkier. It's your preference really, but for me I go with the FREE phone that can fit in my front jean pocket.
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