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Nokia E71


pookie

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Hi

Thinking of getting the above for business emails and personal use. Do you have it and what do you think? Reviews on some sites seem very good. I know it's dated know and more recent versions of smartphones available but for checking and replying to emails and at £20 a month it seems a fair phone. Also, how have you found the 'maps' on it - are they easy to update of Nokia site etc?

P

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monkeyboy21

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Had mine about 6 months now and love it. I also pay £20 a month with three for which i get unlimited internet access and unlimited texts (STFU). I use google maps which is an excellent app when used with GPS. I can normally connect to at least 4 satellites.

I must admit i don't use it for emails as such as it is a personal phone and i tend to check my hotmail account using internet access rather than push but when i did set it up it seemed to work well.

I'd recommend the phone, and for what i pay per month, can't really fault it. One piece of advice, buy a gel cover asap to prevent the aluminium scratching if you go ahead and purchase the phone.

MB

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