I have used it the message reader. It works well, some words dont sound right but it is handy when you are busy or whatever.
I just got my 6110 and tried to use the GPS in the US (California to be exact), but it does not have a map for US region. The phone asked to go to Route66 to purchase the US map which costs about $43 EU or equivalent of around $60 US. I then called Nokia US and tech said the phone was released in Singapore and the model 6110 is not intended for US release. Therefore, they don't have any info. about the GPS function in the US.
Does anyone know if there is any "cheaper" US map out there for the US region? If I was to download US map from Route66 store on the phone, would the US map work?
Anyone in the US uses this phone with GPS? Please shed your light.
hey malaysia chick
use a program called reg66 and u can add all the maps u want
i reckon the msg reader is awesome option cause when im a social person when i get drunk it sometimes gets hard to read the msg and its good to know that u can listen to the msg and also reply via audio msg
The phone is available in south africa. I got mine on mycall 100 with mtn. There is lots of stock now,but when the phone first came out it was difficult to get a hold of. Its also available on vodacoms business call 120. Its a great phone. And gps is free. The phone even works without a sim card as a dedicated gps device.
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Yes stardust, the sms reading works (and all the languages installed in the phone are supported), it's fun to hear the sms being read, but in my opinion is not very usefull option. I would find usefull the ability to listen the sms I receive when on foot from the headset without taking the mobile off the pocket, or just the sender, as it can me done with the phone calls.
Phone totally rocks! Have always been a Nokia fan but started doubting them but they've changed my tune once again!
GPS extremely reliable and accurate!
Listen to your messages read aloud with Message reader..Someone ever use this function? does it works?
it's strange. everytime I want to use the GPS navigation system, i have to choose the town from a list of cities.
For me....the idea of using a gps is because i don't know where am i ??
Some people seem to be getting confused. "GPRS" DOES NOT EQUAL "GPS". GPS is a satellite navigation system, which is free. GPRS is a method of connecting a mobile phone (GSM phone) to the internet. Nearly all phones will have GPRS. Very few phones have GPS
I work at a mobile phone shop, this phone rocks !! The Nokia Route66 GPS Navigation rocks, it even outdid my in-car Garmin Nuvi 660 Navigation system. I used to be a Sony Ericsson fan, but Nokia have outdone themselves with this one... Highly recommended.
menu>settings>phone settings>phone>network>network mode>gsm only thats how u turn the 3g off