nokia 3660

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  1. squink

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    who ever has this phone what did u think of it and how is it so far and if you traded it in why did u get rid of it and whats the pros and cons to the phone thanx in advance
     
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    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    i have a 3650 that works great on t-mobile. 3660 is essentially the same with a better display and more normal layout for the keypad.

    great phone for the money. the 6600 has a newer version of the same operating system.
     
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    thanx
     
  4. Pineapple Devil

    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    yeah i cant say that i had any complaints with the 3650. tons of things the phone can do with the right program
     
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    dose the 3650 work great on cingular provider
     
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    zennoodle ...hmm must've misplaced my socks

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    In most areas such as California and NY but in Texas, specifically Dallas/Ft. Worth it won't work cause DFW operates solely on 850mhz which the 3650 does not support...just depends on the provider.
     
  7. CaTaToNiK

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    3650 is a nokia mistake. 7610 is better
     
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    zennoodle ...hmm must've misplaced my socks

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    Same phone different styles...it seems as though they'll never get it right. Well I take that back, the 6630 and 6260 look pretty cool.
     
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    i got that phone for my son. my only gripe would have to be the size. just a bit too big methinks. that and it only has mono so using it as an mp3 player blows chunks. oh and things start getting kinda sketchy with 256mb MMCs. best to stick with 128. other than that it's a great phone.
     
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    why is it a mistake ... is there a problem with the phone itself or the reception ... what is the reason that it is a mistkae
     
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    the keypad's all messed up
     
  15. maczter

    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    it is actually easier to use than a grid keypad once you adjust to it.
     
  16. CaTaToNiK

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    ^^

    according to who :ugh:

    all my friends had it they all hated it. Keypad and size was their issues :dunno:
     
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    the 7610 has a funky keypad as well, but apparently it's really easy to use albeit only for right handed/thumbed folk. i like boring keypads but that's just me :)
     
  18. CaTaToNiK

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    its also said that its easier to dial for left handed people. most reviews said although it looked different it was very easy to use :)
     
  19. maczter

    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    well, according to me, for one. :)

    i have one. only reason i quit using it was because i got an iPaq and it was just too much to carry in one pocket with the iPaq and the 3650. i don't like dork holsters, so i got a smaller bluetooth phone that would fit in my pocket with the iPaq (SE T616, then Nokia 6230). my brother-in-law is using it now on T-Mobile and he loves it, though it's the first smartphone he's owned.
     

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