gord, 18 Nov 2010I loved this phone. I wish I could find one today.You'll find one on eBay UK. Auction ends today (20th Nov)at 23:52:47 GMT. Good luck!
Fascinating and lovely phone...I had so much lovely times with it...
MJJ Finland, 21 Feb 2010Best mobilephone ever made in this world.Still using it every day,since 2001(I don't need came... moreHi, I loved this phone back in the day when I still had one. Are you interested in selling?
this was my second phone.n my fav1
i love this1 cz i use to talk to my girl friend tru this fone whn i was 13YRS OLD
I STILL LOVE U N MISS U T28-WORLD
MJJ Finland, 21 Feb 2010Best mobilephone ever made in this world.Still using it every day,since 2001(I don't need came... moreI agree. I still have one of these from about 99 and it is still my favorite phone ever. This thing was so well designed I couldn't get rid of it.
Best mobilephone ever made in this world.Still using it every day,since 2001(I don't need camera or 3G-connection in my phone).If you find one,that's working
primoz, 08 Aug 2009Mike, unfortanely Ericsson T28 World "did not exist" , "do not exist" and "will never exist" a... morethis model hp u can find it in hongkong, not even ericsson but panasonic also still available in hk. for more information plz travel to hk to get this kind of model.
One of the most expensive phones in its time, along with the much older Motorola Startac
This is my 1st mobile. I really love the LED. always blinked.....very old school LCD color.
T28sc-GSM900/1800 with Chinese language support
maybe it help anyone...back in the old days,people used to tell that t28 world has different hardware from t28s,from this specs you know why..
Mike, 15 Apr 2009This is absolutely still a great phone! I agree.
I have one that is a quad band. One of only... moreMike, unfortanely Ericsson T28 World "did not exist" , "do not exist" and "will never exist" as QUADBAND phone, so you do not own it....
In 2002 I think my dad gave me that phone but it dosent work any more its basic just a green screen with a menu it is just like a home phone about now you can just text and call but atleast its a phone
Faisal Imran, 13 May 2008I purchased my phone as a back up when it came out and after few short weeks of loosing it I b... moreI know your post is over a year old, but even back then my son bought an unlocked iPhone on ebay; an it works great on T-Mobile. You can buy almost any phone unlocked on eBay; just save your search and have eBay email you everyday with the new listings. A few days or a few months you'll see what you want pop up.
After reading these comments I've been thinking of buying one since happens that I travel a lot. I found on ebay yesterday. But they say its a dual band. Can someone tell me the disadvantages?
This is absolutely still a great phone! I agree.
I have one that is a quad band. One of only two (out of six) that I have bought that will work on GSM 850. And I really want to find a back up or replacement.
Does anyone know the likelihood of, or was this altered? Is there a way to access the other bands? A hack? A fix?
ramarocks, 19 Dec 2008hi anybody.. i have t28,but that have a bad signal received, please tell me how to service tha... moreThere is one easy way to fix "No network" problem. If it HAS a signal which is bad there should be a problem with your network.
There is a tranciever directly under "YES" button on the back of the motherboard which could be disconnected from board temporary if you press the button too strong. :) The greatest way to fix it is to take a flux and an airgun. Another one way - you may use just a piece of paper. Put it inside between the back piece of body and this tranciever. My T28 still works fine after that. ;)
Mail me if you'll need some more instructions.
P.S.: by the way, does anybody has a part of flip with this small plastic thing which holds a flip closed? My is too old and does not holds a flip already. :(
Bettybop, 11 Oct 2008hey anybody out there what company is still using this cellphone cause i want one but most co... moreLast I checked, these still work on T-Mobile. I used one on T-Mobile for years, and it worked as recently as a year ago. Takes a regular sim card.