I have the fone, its great, but I would like to know if you can use Bluetooth, the 3 sales guy says no, but i look at the options in the fone and it has a bluetooth option. Is the phone bluetooth enabled, if so where can I get a bluetooth headset?
have tested this nec e606 . it is a very good phone people keep going on about the battery i got 2 a standard and extended 2040 mAh . £35 for 750 mins to any network £20 off video calls and 50 texts.............good deal
Don't do it. The screen on this thing is a joke, realy grany. Not to mention the camera only uses a small part of the screen, useless almost. The Nokia 7650 is far more usefull it's a shame it dosn't have more memory though.
good phone! 2 Big tho. Normal ppl if they got asked 2 "get your phone out" they wud get it out there pocket! If u have this phone u wud get it out your bag cus it's like a bloody brick! Trust me, my m8s got it! sTAY CLEAR OF THIS PHONE OR MAYBE A BRICK
hi me and jen bought these NEC phones when over in LONDON england . is it the phone or the network . keeps dropping calls. battery is totally useless .
I have NEC E606
It Does not work in India (Mumbai) Says Invalid Card
This phone us extremely good. Being the first phone in Australia to have Video talk, it must have some credit.
The features to the phone are much better than the the other brands like Nokia, Sony ericsson etc. having two built in cameras, an audio player and easy access to the internet via the 3 service. Not only this but the phone can be used as a modem for the computer. (not the service charges you an arm and a leg when you download a lot)
The cons that this phone has is that yes it is big is size, weighing a lot (what do you expect from something that has a lot of functions. compare this to the average phone), it drinks the battery like hell and it lags quit a lot.
However, the good thing about this phone is that it is a CDMA, where it doesn't fry the living hell out of your brain. (note: place your phone infront of your monitor while ringing someone, and see how much the screen fluctuates. to much fluctuation, then a better chance of you getting brain cancer.)
And as i conclude, this phone is great value than those phones from optus or telstra, where they charge you like $50 to $100 a month. As for me, $16 a month, beauty :), and also from this price, it is out of stock in Australia :(.
Hence I would recommend this phone to anyone that is cautious of their health, (trust me it is worth the risk in carrying a heavy phone rather than causing your brain to toast.) and wouldn't mind a bit more function and the size of it.