I have recently gained the e75 on orange in the uk, although had to go through an external dealer to get the phone, as orange were only making the phone available to small business customers.
I am extremely happy with the handset, the email capabilities are phenominal, almost push, as my email is automatically synced every 5 minutes straight to the device.
i would fully recomend this phone as a blackberry alternative, and go as far to say that it is a better business phone all round!
Phonesohphones, 19 May 2009Great! Thank you! Can you go their web site, and see if they have for US ? I'd really appre... moreI suggest that once you determine which UMTS bands you need that you give them a call and ask them if they can supply the exact model you want.
Anonymous, 19 May 2009UMTS bands in the USA are a bit of a mess. I believe that they use 850/1900 and also 1700/2100... moreGreat! Thank you!
Can you go their web site, and see if they have for US ? I'd really appreciate it! I bought stuff from them before, I don't want to buy from someone else.
Mize, 19 May 2009Okay, I found the 71-3 on the Aussie site, but can't find it anywhere in North America.
Als... moreUMTS bands in the USA are a bit of a mess. I believe that they use 850/1900 and also 1700/2100 (T-Mobile USA).
For Asia I think that most countries with fully functioning 3G networks have coverage in the 2100 spectrum (networks in Thailand are running limited trials on 850 or 900 but they may move when the 2100 band becomes available).
I’ve noticed that many new phones for Europe/Asia cover UMTS 900/2100 or UMTS 900/1900/2100. They don’t seem to cover 850 anymore although UMTS 900/1900/2100 would probably be enough for the USA, Europe and Asia.
If you get the 850/2100 version you will probably be alright but you should check frequencies for the networks you think you will use in the USA and the other countries you want to visit.
A very popular computer components e-store has the e75 for $399 right now. Just ordered one. I think putting the name up would violate the rules, but the store is tops with computer enthusiasts...
Okay, I found the 71-3 on the Aussie site, but can't find it anywhere in North America.
Also with 850/2100 (no 1900) I'd probably be 3Gless in most of NA since 850 is typically the GSM band, right?
I've never seen a UMTS 850/2100 listed anywhere - can you send a link? I've seen 900/2100 and 850/1900 but never the necessary 850/2100 for both NA and Asia.
Mize, 18 May 2009I'm puzzled by comments here. The E71 is far better but has no UMTS 2100 so no roaming in Kore... moreThe Nokia E71 has UMTS 2100 if you choose the right model:
E71-1 UMTS 900/2100
E71-3 UMTS 850/2100
In Korea one of these two models should be on sale.
i see the E75 for $509 anyonw know another unlocked phone shop for a cheaper price?
Is it possible to see the exchange mail created folders other than inbox?
I'm puzzled by comments here. The E71 is far better but has no UMTS 2100 so no roaming in Korea or Japan - otherwise I'd already have one. People are saying Blackberries are better but they have no support for IMAP. So let's say you're me and need both IMAP and UMTS 2100, what phone is better than this one? iPhone 3G?
need something soon...thanks
Anonymous, 18 May 2009What can be the solution to this poor signal matter? Do you think it can be sorted out when... morei think this problem is not very important because the popular E71 just had this problem on fist versions
What can be the solution to this poor signal matter?
Do you think it can be sorted out when a new software upgrade comes out?
lyn, 15 May 2009can it be provisioned in my lotus notes work email?yes, it can integrate into lotus notes e-mail.
I thnk it's better to have infared in nokia E75.why did your remover it?