OT: cell phone info needed]
w.hubbs at comcast.net
Sat Jan 10 17:30:34 EST 2004
this was meant for the list, but I just checked it out and found that talks runs on the nokia 3650 also.
Is anyone using the 3650? If so, which provider do you have? The Cingular customer service people say that Cingular doesn't carry it.
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Hi Krister and all,
I thought about talkx, but that only works on the Nokia 9290 right? The last time I checked that device is over $500 and talkx is $300 or so on top of that, is that still right?
On Sat, Jan 10, 2004 at 12:28:25PM +0100, Krister Ekstrom wrote:
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> On 9 Jan 2004 22:03:09 (my local time 10 jan 2004 06:03:09), you
> SH> I think at the moment, I would stick with your current provider and go
> SH> with a Nokia 3650 or some such; I understand that is capable of
> SH> running the Mobility Accessibility software.
> But why would you want to use a program that gives you a non-standard
> interface to the phone and only makes a small part of the phone
> accessible, when you can use the phone in a way that sighted folks use
> and get 98 percent of the phone accessible, in other words, talks
> Just my 2 cents.
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