Damn awesome cell aight...but the back cover easily get loose...theres a gap with it's body it seems...I wonder why....is that normal or what? Pls e-mail me...
I think its very hot i got one posted from Canada a week ago what a bling cell!!!!!
The phone is cool. But i will like to know the other name of this phone.pls send it to my email address above. Thanks
T-Mobile UK's 'super 3G' high-speed download service went on 1 August. And T-Mobile pledged to triple the network's performance next year ahead of hitting a whopping 20Mbps by 2011.
Initially, HSPDA technology will provide download speeds of up to 1.8Mbps, though T-Mobile admitted real-world performance is more likely to be around 1Mbps - still rather faster than regular 3G download speeds. The theoretical maximum will rise to 3.6Mbps in 2007, the carrier said, then to 7.2Mbps and 10Mbps in 2008/2009.
High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is a mobile telephony protocol, a 3G technology, which provides a smooth evolutionary path for UMTS-based 3G networks allowing for higher data transfer speeds. Current HSDPA deployments support 1.8 MBit/s or 3.6 MBit/s in downlink. Further steps to 7.2 MBit/s and beyond are planned for the future.
It is an even faster system than 3G, and is the new standard that is being introduced. It allows for faster web browsing etc.
I think T-Mobile UK are already using it.
Don't let them mess you about. The simple solution is to give a month's notice in writing to terminate your present contract and then take out a new contract with the provider of your choice. If you want to keep your existing mobile number you can do so by asking for a PAC code which will enable you to transfer it to your new contract, whoever the service provider is.
By following this route you will get the new phone free and you can choose a more competitive contract eg T-Mobile Flext. See:
"if you want touch controls Vodafone will have an exclusive slim phone called V1100 that's like the KRZR with HSDPA. bumps down to a 1.3mp camera however."
wats that mean? wats HSDPA?
theres anuva krzr but calld k1m insted ov k1 out an itz got touch screen buttons on th frunt but only 1.3 or somert mp camera. y cant th krzr hav tuch screen buttons and 2mp camera iz there 1 lyk tht?
im on contract wiv a fone and my contract runs out next munth n i want 2 upgrade 2 this fone now but they sayin i av 2 pay 50 jus 4 th fone an thn renew me contract y cnt i jus get it 4 free an renew me contract cos im in th last munf ov me contract?
It's also free in the U.K. on all T-Mobile Flext contracts.
Flext 35 is spetacular value for money!
Richard: yes that's right. the nokia 8800 is quite expensive as well. im just glad i didn't buy that.
for people who are wondering if you can get this mobile phone for free in the UK....you can on pay monthly at O2 and vodafone. half price line rental for either six or nine months (O2) and full price on the remaining months. (that's as of last week)
i hope this helps
I'd be very surprised if you could buy a contract free Motorola KRZR K1 in the U.K. for much less than £250 let alone $250.
"duz it hav tuch screen fingz on th frunt 4 th musik controls plz ???"
no, that's for the CDMA models only.
if you want touch controls Vodafone will have an exclusive slim phone called V1100 that's like the KRZR with HSDPA. bumps down to a 1.3mp camera however.
I love this phone. Right now i am the only person in jamaica with it and i got it in the uk for only $250. Love it. Tell your friends to go get it
the battery on my KRZR K1 also lasts quite a bit, z. just think if you had purchased the overpriced nokia 8800SE, it would've died over the weekend.