Phone Help (Really Appreciated)

kzlambert

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winterdude010 said:
It sure is compatible :) (checked apple's site)
Cheers WinterDude... I should have had a poke around Apple first.. I found the page for devices and hot dam.. there it is.. Address book and Calendar.. Just the features I wanted :D

Will be getting it now Thanks again
 

kzlambert

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miniConvert said:
What else have you considered? Apart from it's size, this is yet another Moto with not a lot going for it, on a network that hasn't been exciting since France Telecom nabbed it up.
What would you recommend? I don't want to spend much more than that ?
And I want it to sync with my Mac
 

miniConvert

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I was going to have a look around O2's website for you... but in their infinite wisdom...

Some Sony Ericssons are supported are they not? I'm not sure which as I don't by mobiles with Mac compatibility in mind, but a Sony Ericsson or a Nokia on Vodafone or O2 would probably be a better choice from my point of view.

You might really like the Moto (though I personally doubt it) but be sure you've checked out what's out there first. O2, Vodafone etc also have official eBay stores I believe which can be worth checking.
 

Mitch1984

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winterdude010 said:
Nokias are nice
They are sometimes but sometimes they try to be innovative at the expense of being properly functional and practical.

Can't knock em for trying though.