it was nice phone which worked with me for 6 years with one battery without changing. it has got very low message memory. I retired it a few days ago. I will go my way with a smartphone (android)
why does my phone not have service?
is there any settings? i use rogers.
Very sad to find that Xenium 9@98 can not include phonebook entry in the SMS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Seems to be a very nice basic phone with extra long batery life. Btw, can it send an SMS to multiple numbers at once?
I need information......
Can we use this Philips Xenium 9@98 in USA country? Splecially in Texas.
Please inform me because i plan to bring this phone to USA. Thanks
this phone rocks with the battery life if you guys just want to talk and forget to charge the battery this phone is for you I bet you guys no other phone beats the philips exanium for battery life.Just to talk this phoneGREAT,SUBERB,FANTASTIC,AWSOME
Please i am able to purchased one handset of your brand (philips Xenium 9@98, but i lost my manual booklet. Could you please send me a copy for my use. you can use my e-mail address above.
Anyone having any information about that telephone..Please help me about where I could buy that telephone İn Turkey mobile market..Turk philips and Basari are still ice-skating with babies in their hands... I trust you and like you ,the mobile "telephone wolves.." Come on and give a help to your brother....Thanks a lot...
some new xenium models ara available in Turkish market..But why can't we see the xenium 9@98, why not? I also wrote to Turkish Philips the importer... with best regards.
@Tuncay Philips hps in Turkey usually have the menu language in Turkish but strangely CANT read Turkish :~
No matter the menu language, but I want to know if it supports Turkish menu or not..thanks..
all philips instruments and most celuular telephones are available in turkey but why it is not possible to meet the Xenium 9@98* Why?
Earlier someone said it is a good business phone or similar to the Nokia 6230. Most of the current mobile phones have built-in document viewers (if not editors) to view important information or tables while on the move. It would also be a serious limitation without the ability to install business tools to view/edit/create them.