Anonymous, 13 Jun 2009Really free wifi ? up in Muskoka or along the Don Valley parkway or Number seven Highway, dur... moreI'm sure other drivers avoid driving near you if they see you on the internet while driving. You are a car accident waiting to happen.
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2009Really free wifi ? up in Muskoka or along the Don Valley parkway or Number seven Highway, dur... moreSorry i would not use the internet while driving. That will soon be a $500.00 charge if caught. I guess you've been to toronto. You know some highways. Talking while driving without using handsfree will also be 500.00.
I prefer not to get ripped off from my cell company for data charges. Thats why cell phones have wi fi. Hello !!
Allan, 13 Jun 2009Ever heard of free wi fi. I have it at work and down the street the coffee shop has it. Other ... moreLol you forgot the voice plan ontop of the data plan which is 45 - 75 bucks times 12 lol plus apps downloaded 30 cents a download and the rogers wifi fee
I was just at agincourt mall and i saw a display for rogers announcing the nokia 5800 :)
Sorry it is a little outdated news but we got 7.2 mbps since 2007 :
Thursday, 01 November 2007
Over the coming months, Swisscom will massively expand its mobile data network, in a series of stages. From mid- November, Swisscom customers will be able to take advantage of much higher speeds - up to 7.2 Mbps for receiving and up to 1.4 Mbps for sending data - thanks to HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) technology. In a second stage, the HSPA network will be expanded to provide coverage to 70 per cent of Switzerland's population by the end of the year. Stage three will see HSPA becoming available on the entire UMTS network from mid-2008, extending coverage to 90 per cent of the population. By mid-2008, Swisscom will have invested tens of millions of francs in its mobile broadband network.
Currently, Swisscom already supplies 45 per cent of the Swiss population with HSPA. By the end of the year, coverage will have increased to 70 per cent. Thanks to further expansion, HSPA will be available on the entire UMTS network from the end of June 2008, giving Swisscom customers almost everywhere ultra high-speed mobile access to the Internet, e-mails or company data.
Allan, 13 Jun 2009Ever heard of free wi fi. I have it at work and down the street the coffee shop has it. Other ... moreReally free wifi ? up in Muskoka or along the Don Valley parkway or Number seven Highway, during a snow storm in January ??
Sorry I prefer to be connected with 3G at 7,2 MBs but not in Ontario Canada, a very civilized place by the way but not as evolved as Switzerland where I get full 3G in any tunnel under the Alps as well as FREE PUBLIC WI FI in most metropolitan areas.
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2009I see, let me understand, you buy an unlocked phone and then you do not use it, you keep as a ... moreMy n95 is unlocked and i enjoy it all the time. Wi fi ,music, camera, video and so on. How am i not enjoying it?
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2009I see, let me understand, you buy an unlocked phone and then you do not use it, you keep as a ... moreEver heard of free wi fi. I have it at work and down the street the coffee shop has it. Other wi fi aspots as well.
If you buy an unlocked phone you can find enough free wi fi at least here in ontario or toronto to be more specific. You just don't have internet access all the time but it works out to be a lot cheaper.
Buy an iphone3g with rogers for say 150.00 on a 3 year contract at 30 dollars a month in data charges only then your voice plan on top of it. 30 x 36 months plus 150 = $1230.00.
As opposed to an unlocked iphone 3g for maybe 750 or 800 and use free wi fi once you find it.
So you're looking at a differance of $400.00 dollars. Understand now. Maybe in your country free wi fi is not available.
I love the * sound of silence * by Simon and Garfunkel beautiful song......
ManÖ this is a tough area. Some people are going to viciously attack us for saying this, but, is this the best you can do Nokia? If it is, youíre out of touch with the entire cell phone world because this is one of the most disappointing screens weíve seen in a long, long time. Besides being a poor resistive touchscreen with good resolution ó itís poor because they try and allow it to decipher touch actions separately from select actions ó it looks like thereís a weave pattern behind the display. It gets really infuriatingly annoying. Weíre assuming itís the digitizer, but seriously, learn how to make a touch display. This isnít 2003. Every single flagship phone has a display 10x better than yours. If you want us to break them down because youíre too out of touch to realize it, weíre glad to do so:
Allan, 13 Jun 2009Have you finally figured out that when someone mentions the iphone 3g is in the 800.00 range t... moreI see, let me understand, you buy an unlocked phone and then you do not use it, you keep as a souvenir read its specks and feel good about it and do not subscribe for a monthly data/voice plan, or even better you go prepay so you spend a FORTUNE in data ( if and when it is available ) and higher than subsription voice minutes rate..... that is VERY smart.
I prefer to get a good phone along with a good monthly subscription and use it !
but maybe I am not as smart as you are....
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2009Keyboard: Itís hilarious that when Nokia finally listens and tries to make a somewhat norma... moreHave you finally figured out that when someone mentions the iphone 3g is in the 800.00 range they are talking an unlocked one and not one on contract???
Itís hilarious that when Nokia finally listens and tries to make a somewhat normal QWERTY keyboard layout (we moaned that the Z key was always incorrectly right under the A key on previous devices) they mess it up even more. Like honestly, youíre expecting people to use something with the spacebar key stage right? If the layout isnít bad enough, the keys certainly are. While the texture of the keys is actually pretty stirring, thereís absolutely positively the smallest tactile feedback imaginable when pressing in a key. For comparisons sake, the T-Mobile G1, whose keys arenít the best in that department, is worlds better than the N97ís keyboard. Itís really disappointing because Nokia just canít seem to nail this keyboard area. You could argue that thereís a virtual on-screen keyboard, but thatís so useless weíre not going to entertain the idea of you bringing it up.
read and you'll see what a disaster this phone is !
Nokia has lost its place in the sun when looking at the consumer smartphone market and until they get back on track, RIM, Apple, Windows Mobile, Palm and Android are going to continue eating more and more of their lunch.
Duffman, 12 Jun 2009WHat you on about battery can come out easily? That's because you want to be able to replace i... moreMaybe people who really like omnia hd but have plasma tv without DLNA should sell their tv and get one with DLNA since samsung decided to take out the HDMI output.
Allan, 12 Jun 2009There you go stupid. READ!!http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_i8910_omnia_hd-review-349p3.php ... moreHey allen good news for rogers were getting the 5800 come this summer bad news is rogers will mess it up with their programming and everyone will have it :( no more exclusive cool phone but i wanna see how much people will get it inspite of the iphone 3gS