Its superb,but try and make the casing of the phone very easy for us to open
It's so wonderful.try and add more function.the battery life is too short please do something about it
Please advise how the duo phone works, ie. does each GSM work independantly, or does a call received from one GSM get forwarded to the other GSM that is active, or are both GSM's active at the same time?
While replying sms, the phone behaves strangely (compared to other phones).. If you are very liberal with the use of the toogle, your sms reply will never be saved. I have post the question to the support team many times but they didnt seem to know what I was talking about. Another thing, with the two sims on the battery runs out very fast.
Hi WND, can I know who is your dealer's here in Malaysia, or in the Philippines or in Thailand. Thanks..
I succeeded in registering. They ask for a serial nr to register, and i took the serial of the phone, but i needed to fill in the nr of the scratch card.
I have the phone 2200 now for a week and i like it a lot. There is however a problem connecting to the pc (no connection possible, reason unknown). I also see error 'battery voltage too high' when i connect to the pc (or the mobile charger).
I tried to register myself, but got an error that my scratchcard has no correct number (?). Has anyone a phonenumber or mailadres??
I was planning for the mobile is there any dealer in India where I can purchase the mobile apart from truegsm.com is there a possibility. Also the features of the cell is xcellent but for the fact that the contacts that are provided is less .. can anyone suggest me a Dual sim mobile with unlimited contacts if at all available coz m looking for one.
waiting for the reply ...
Thank you all,
I bought it in Dubai & using it in Australia. The DUO 2100 was faulty front day one. No reception etc. After contacting the warranty department & waiting 3 months i received an updated phone. They gave me the DUO 2200. One word for that phone . PERFECT. The other phone manufacturers take notice ! Thank you WND
To the below post, did you try the SIM working on the first side with the one on the 2nd, you might be having problem with your SIM. I have been using this unit for few months. When I first got it I used to face problems with my south African card however the issue was solved after I visited the local dealer who upgraded the software of my unit.
I recently bought 2 of those phones and I had a problem with both of them, With both phones I couldnt get any signal on the black side, I wonder if anyone had that problem and can help me.
Hey Skiman, you must have really fat fingers. I weigh 99kg for 189cm and can easily press all the buttons on the unit :)
To the post below: skiman. I guess you did just nail the cons about the phone. Perfect post. However, it is just comes down to the choice of have two phone, or one with the cons you mentioned. So far for me, carrying one phone still overcomes all the cons:) But I must commend you on your polite post. Some people just come out there bashing phones and having no respect for anything.
I sold off my WND, i didnt mind the loss.
Its a reasonably good DUAL SIM phone but the following were my issues:
very very delicate - the charger pins are thin, hard to insert, opening the rubber covers everytime to u want to plug in,etc. you just cant do it with your eyes closed, you really need to concentrate and make sure u dont break anything.
batt life - too short, but they made up by also supplying the mobile charger (good thinking) but still not convinient everytime
user freindly - not really, its got good shortcuts and u can set the buttons to u r preference but i had a hard time to select MP3 tunes for all my callers, infact i didnt even manage to do it. i have to have diff tune for every caller, i have had that habbit for years coz i hate to look at the screen everytime to see the name when some one calls
Speaker - mine was cracking when i put it at max, i never manged to get the speaker fon on while i was driving cudnt switch it on quick enough as compared to my sony and nokia
buttons - most let down factor. i didnt like them at all. if u have fat fingers like mine, 90% chances are u will not be able to press the digit u want coz u will press the adjoining buttons as well
Price - I thought its a fair price for the quality and classy design, but not really. Its not got EDGE, bluetooth is slow and still works on USB 1.1, not 2.0.
Sync - this was the hardest thing i went through. anyway i had exchanged about 10 emails with WND support (i must say that their support is superb, prompt replies)until i got it right. this let me down though, not as swift easy as sony erric or nokia. cant sync direct with MS OUTLOOK, has its own software, though once you get used to its nice to use. you cant do all at one time i.e sync-ing, using it at a modem, and using it for file transfer. Once you plug it into the USB u have to choose between the three options.
the phone quality is very good and classy with its accessories, but the above were let downs for me, so i just let it go.sold it for half the price and bought an e51, so i came back to square one (keeping 2 fons)
anyway i am not saying that i hated the phone but it had a lot of practicality issues and i counldnt keep it even if i spent nearly 600USD on it. i had to let it go.