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Are that many folks still using this device? I got mine when the nam v was released and thought it a good phone, very solid. Since then tho I've moved thru several devices, but guess what still sits on the shelf in it's hermeticaly sealed bag? My 9300B. If anyones interested in acquiring it very reasonably shoot me a pm. Phone/charger. Spare parts if nothing else anyway. Still works good, slight issue with cover closing. pm 4 details.
I sold mine a couple of years ago, but that phone served me well. I loved the keyboard and internet on the phone was great (for EDGE). I wouldn't be surprised if there are a few who still use the phone.Originally Posted by cbreze
Hey, I glad to find your post, it's wonderful. Nokia 9300 is the best way to communicate. It looks Sleek and small; astonishing internal display; near-perfect thumbboard; comprehensive connectivity and screen is too amazing. It's really affordable. Nokia 9300 Communicator makes a good first impression. I like this phone.
Glad you like it Donna. Was wondering if your post was really serious. The 9300 has been around for years and while it was a great device once(still very useful)there are certainly better even used,inexpensive ones out there. E90 comes to mind. I loved my 9300 in it's day tho.
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Originally Posted by Donna88
Just picked up one for myself. It does have a great keyboard that I like better than the one on my computer. Why buy a netbook?
Yea, the keyboard was great and it's a good phone for messaging, emails and even light Office type docs. However, if a choice was made I would drop the extra $100 or so and get a netbook. I'm visiting family over the Spring Break and wished I had a netbook but will lug my laptop instead. Gotta stay connectedOriginally Posted by lemew
hi friends i want to upgrade my nokia 9300 phone so please let me which site i will get new software and renaming thinks for my phone .
please let me know if any body have stuff of these phone.
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<never mind> This thread is way old.
It was a great phone. I used my 9300b for a long time. Man, those were the days when Symbian was much better than the other available options for a smartphone.
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