One question how do I know if the phone is the 9300 or the 9300i .... some retailers may be pushing the 9300 as the 9300i is there any diffrentiation on the phone itself
it is a great phone,so easy to use,full business and organizes,very nice phone.
the diadvantage is no vibrator,it has less software and expensive...it must come with it in the package...espicialy the antiviruse and the massenger...
but in general its great phone...
This is the best phone.All those who are saying against this phone has not used this phone.SO Listen all of you if u really need business phone then this is the best Best Phone you can use this as Phone and as yours Organizar....................SO Go for this phone
i think this is an awfull phone it is far to big and woulndnt be very convienient to take around with u
If your clever you dont buy phones with key features missing in the first place, you wait for its sequel and save your money.
Believe me, I'm from London and here I haven't seen any of the good executive carry single 9300/9300i/9500 but I've seen Electric/Gas meter regulator people carry these hand sets. I don't find any charm in this so that's why I own 6310i
hi i want to buy a new cellphone and i was wondering which one is better the 9300i or the 9500?i'm just a college student but i really like to have a communicator because it can be very useful to me.please explain to me why you choose the phone for me.thank you very much
Its a very useful device the two things to remember about it is that its a phone second and a very good web access device first. Its fairly large for apocket and getting it clipped onto a belt or something is near enough impractical.
The bluetooth and infra red work well as does the WiFi.
It is sad that Nokia does this to its customers launch the 9300 and the a few months later the 9300i....
1) Keep some key features missing so that you are forced to upgrade
2) I think we must keep our phones at least for 3 - 5 years (if not longer)... the impact on the environment because of redundant / discarded phones is becoming huge .... Nokia does not seem to keep this in mind.
to the one below
the Major difference between the 9300 and the 9300i is the Wi-fi which is a very important feature aslo the 9300i has a major improvement in the battery life!!
so if i were you i would go for the 9300i as wifi is a very important feature in business phones
hello every one!!!!!!
can any one please help me in telling me that presentally i have 9300 which i like very much and i still feel that this is very good phone.my question is should i go for 9300i and why please tell me the proper reasons .
No it do not have one but it work very well with Tom Tom mobile Navigator 5.0 software and GPS. I've a car radio with integrated GPS who not work so acurate that the Nokia ones.
i would like to know: does it have a built in receiver for gps(global poisition satellite)
Hello bozkurt and all together
I just baud this morning my 9300i and still have my 9500. Just for info you could have a MSN on your 9300i as I tried this morning and it works over wi-fi or GPRS perfectly. You could download it on www.mobilelnttech.com and the software is Turbo MSN (1.1). Now regarding Outlook no problem with sync. Their is also the software from Lonely Cat Games www.lonelycatgames.com who offer a good software for emails and could be used with you wi-fi to. Cheers
I like 9300 very much, Not even the outlook, and also the sound, But why it haven't CAMERA??? If it got camera, Wao!!! Great!!!Must be great.
can anyone tell me if you can use the yahoo messanger on this?nokia9300i..help
Since it is based for the Euro market with the 900 Mhz bandwidth I was wondering if anybody is using it the USA for T-mobile where they have some 900 Mhz towers. If you are using in the USA where and how well is the service. I just like the idea of the wifi addition and would prefer to buy this one if it works in the USA.
ive had 4 in 5 months these phones are about as reliable as british rail
This is a useful phone for those who can handle advanced features. Nokia is aiming at corporate buyers and position it with software firms who can get into multi million contracts and Nokia doesn't care about individual coustomers. I suffer in outlook synchronization, email solutions for consumers etc. Every CEO want to reap all the millions into his pocket during his tenure and go away rich, who cares about individual consumer rights and corporate organised crimes? Money talks....