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      05.12.2001 06:18
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      Okay, I'm going to disagree with many of the views here but this is my first Ericsson and undoubtedly my last. Good points first. The phone is small and sits comfortably in the palm of your hand. That's the main reason I bought it. The battery life is excellent, I'm very impressed with the life of the battery considering the size of the phone. Now the bad points! I've had a brief flirtation with a Sony J5 (which I palmed off on the wife) and have had several Nokia's and it has to be said that Nokia is still king of the mobile market in my opinion. I bought the Ericsson because I wanted something different, every man and his dog owns a Nokia! What a mistake. :( Firstly, text messaging. I find it extremely hard work writing SMS's out on the T20s. There's no predictive text input whatsoever although to be fair, I always disabled this on the Nokia's. The keys aren't intuitive at all. If I wanted to put the number '3' in a text message with a Nokia I know I have to press the '3' key four times. The Ericsson requires numerous presses to get the same result OR you have to keep hold of the '3' key for a second or so and the number appears. Okay, some people will get used to that I guess but I prefer the Nokia way. Punctuation is a major hassle on the Ericsson. With two or three presses of one key on the Nokia you can get a comma or a full stop. Not so with the Ericsson. 5 presses for comma and 6 for full-stop. I've just had to check to remember how many presses for each! That's not to mention all the other different punctuation marks you may use that are on the same key. Also, if you select 'Send new message' I find that once you've composed the message you wish to send you have the option of either typing in the number you wish to send to or selecting it from the phonebook. Now if there was some phonebook search option it might help but no, you have to wade t
      hrough a possible 200 numbers either from A-Z or Z-A! Another BIG drawback is that there is no 'message received' option like there is on most other mobiles. I now have no idea whether the SMS I have sent has actually appeared on the intended recipients mobile screen. Talking of screen, it's waaaaay too small, especially for WAP access! Okay, I got spoiled with a Nokia 7110's big screen for WAP sometime prior to this one but this really is the pits for surfing WAP sites. Having said that, the included games seem to work quite well on this screen though I'm not really into playing mobile phone games! :( I also find the phonebook a nightmare to use! Try entering a new number and it asks what location (1-200) you want to save it to. Great, except it defaults to location number 1 which is the preset answering machine quick dial key. After entering lots of numbers in the phonebook you forget what number entry you are up to so have to guess at an empty location. No doubt my phone book will have many little holes in the 100 - 150 range because I'm having to guess a vacant slot for new numbers nowadays. Okay, I could probably sort this out by viewing and rearranging entries into a better numerical order but it would be far easier if the phone didn't use slot 1 by default. Incidentally, the 200 locations is split 50% on phone memory and 50% on SIM memory (thereabouts). Due to a wrong keypress I now have two copies of every single number to wade through. At least with the 7110 I selected either phone or SIM memory making life easier, the Ericsson combines both and confuses matters. The ringtones provided can only be described as average and you can't bung a new logo on the screen as easily as you can with the Nokia's (if you can do it at all ?). All in all I cannot recommend this mobile phone to anybody. It's just too awkward to use if you want to use things like WAP and/or SMS. If you want a
      plain vanilla mobile phone then it may be okay but I would look to the Nokia 3310 or similar if that were the case.

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        31.08.2001 21:54
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        I have owned a pre-pay T20s for about 5 months now. I use it for personal use and for work and have had no problems at all. The battery life is fantastic. Being a Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery it can be charged nd topped up as and when you like without decreasing the capacity of the battery. Many other handsets still come supplied with older Nickle Metal Hydroxide (Ni-MH) batteries which can only be charged when completely flat or will degenerate. I use my phone on average for about 1-1.5 hours per day in conversation and it is never switched off. I only put the phone on charge every 3-5 days depending on how much I have used it. Another feature I have found to be useful with the T20 is its voice control. I do a lot of driving so therfore use the phone while driving with a hands-free. I admit I dont use voice commands when out and about on foot, but when alone in the car the phone rings while negotiating a busy intersection, the call can be accepted or denied at user set voice command. You can also store up to 10 voice labels with number to use for outgoing calls. The Ericsson T20 can be customised in about as many ways as possible. About the only method it lacks is changable facias but that is only asthetics, The T20 has 6 "Profiles" which can be edited to suit you. I have different profiles for the phone to function is for exapmle when out, at home, in the car, at work or for if i dont want to be distured but need to see if people have tried to call or send a text message. Another useful facility is being able to assign different ring tones to different numbers. Again on my phone I have one ring tone for friends numbers, another ring tone for work numbers etc... This has proved very useful for me to distinguish between personal and work calls and is so much cheaper than a contract phone with 2 lines set up on it. Still on the subject of ring tones, there are 10 built in with another 4 that can be edited by typi
        ng the notes in on the keypad or downloading from a computer with the correct data cable. If you have a data cable you can also download animations to play on your phone when you switch it on. Ring tones cannot be exchanged by SMS but there are many sites on the net with the notes you need to enter for ring tones and 100% free. The T20 also comes with a built in WAP browser. I have used the a couple of times to check email and get F1 Grand Prix results but not in the last couple of months. On the Orange network, WAP access is charged at 10p/min and is a very slow and limited resource. Compared to unmetered net access on a PC at home or at work which more and more people have now, unless something special happens with WAP or the new GPRS takes off, I believe demand for it will dwindle. Ericsson have done a good job with the asthetics and ergonomics of the T20. Looking at it face on, it is similar in size to the popular T28 but is deeper and more rounded. This means it fits nicely in the hand and will be less likely to suffer the same fate as one Ericsson T28 I saw not so long ago. It snapped in half!!! However I can think of many colour schemes which the T20 would look good in and unfortunatly, Ericsson havent produced this phone in any of them. At the end of the day though, it is just that. A phone. The active flip is a nice touch and appears to be attatched to the main body of the phone fairly securely. Although I have no doubt that a heavy knock of it being bent further than intended will result in its detatchment from the phone. Appart from the colours availiable, the only other main gripe I have about this phone is its very pronounced anttenna. With more and more phones being released with internal anttenas, it does unfortunatly make the T20 a little dated. If there is one thing I've learnt from this phone, it is not to sit down with it in your back pocket! Otherwise i have found it to be a great phone that has se
        rved me well and I have no intention to part with it for a very long time. Very highly reccommended indeed!!!

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        16.07.2001 21:08
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        From the outside, this phone looks amazing! It's light, compact, has a flip down speaker, and comes in a range of different looks! It just looks too cool to actually be a good phone! But that is wrong - it's workings are even better! To start off with - it has 190 spaces for phone numbers! That's more than double what the Nokia 3310 can store! Also, it allows groups; which lets you send texts to many people in a short space of time! It has spaces for up to 10 e-mail addresses aswell! This phone has Voice dialling aswell, but only for 10 numbers! But the disadvantage of this is that it rarely works unless there is silence in the background! SMS's can be sent and recieved from this phone! The battery on this phone lasts for soooo long! Even if this phone is used everyday, and is kept on; the battery will last for up to one and a half weeks. Now, not many phones can do that - can they?! This phone keeps a list of who you called, called you and missed calls. Also, how many texts have been sent, and how much calls cost! Like the Nokia, this phone can have it's own ringtones made! This is an addictive function, and can let you unlimited possibilities of it's melodies! The phone lets you have a choice of many languages. There are MANY different kinds - it even goes as far as Romanian! The mobile goes by Internet time - which I dont understand, as you have to set it yourself! Anyway.... It has many functions; such as alarm, timer, stopwatch, calculater, and games. One of the best functions on the phone is the WAP capabilities! It does cost money - but it allows you to see weather forecasts, play games, find out taxi telephone numbers, see cinema times, read hotel reviews, and many other services! To be completely honest - I can't really think of any bad things about the phone! Except that it is very slow - if you want to read yo
        ur 'inbox' of texts. It will take a while to load. This is quite annoying! My verdict - a very good mobile phone

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        13.07.2001 21:58
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        Ericsson recently launched their T20 WAP youth phone but this failed to make much more than a dent in Nokia’s youth mobile champion crown. The T29 is blatantly little more than the T28 flip phone with some modifications, in fact, a T28 with some cosmetic changes and the T20 software it seems. Ericsson recently attempted to breathe new life into one of its worst handsets - the 2618 - by adding a full WAP browser. It was renamed the 2628 but nothing could disguise the fact that this was a big ugly phone. All they created was a big ugly phone with WAP. The T28, on the other hand, was a great little handset and in the T29 it just got better. But it is still far from perfect and all those people that shunned the T28 because of the well publicised problems with the flip, battery and sound quality are not likely to be converted by this incarnation. You also get the enhanced messaging service (EMS) on this phone which allows you to send pictures and ring tones with your SMS to other phones supporting the service. At the moment that looks like most manufacturers apart from Nokia! Also behind the scenes you get some pretty start-up screens and sounds, mobile chat and four games instead of five. Previously you only had the admittedly addictive Tetris - now you have at least couple more options. Ease of use On one hand, Ericsson's software was never a match for Nokia’s beautifully simple and intuitive interface. On the other, Ericsson incorporated some great shortcuts and menu tweaks that give Nokia’s a run for its money. In the T29 you get a fractionally taller screen than the T28 and a few extra options, notably a WAP tab on the main menu. The navigation works well given the tiny screen and small size of the handset. Any Ericsson user, particularly a former T28 user, will immediately have no problem getting around this phone. One of the major benefits to anyone using an Ericsson with mobile
        Internet is the ability to have the major configurations sent to your handset. This is done from the Ericsson web site where you choose your options and the settings are sent to your phone as an SMS. Just accept it and there is no fiddly setting of IP addresses, dial-ups and proxy names. Ericsson has not taken the opportunity to add any form of predictive text mechanism to this phone. This omission virtually defies belief when it is clearly an essential feature for anyone that sends SMS. Ericsson promises that future handsets will have some form of T9 as in Nokia or iTAP as in Motorola phones. The useful slider on the top left side of the phone is retained. This still brings up the details of remaining talk and standby time with flip shut, adjusts the volume of calls while they are in progress and can be used to reject incoming calls with the flip shut (slide up twice in quick succession as the phone rings). Design/Style It is a testament to the Ericsson of old that this phone still turns heads. The T28 was truly a masterpiece of miniaturisation. However, for the purists, one of the benefits was the ability to put the phone into a shirt pocket and you would not notice it. However, this came at a price: the phone used a tiny lithium ion battery that realistically gave you at best two days’ standby. The T29 addresses this issue in a far-from elegant way: you get the long-life battery installed as standard. This bulges out of the back of the phone unlike the original battery design and adds a fair bit of weight. The major revision on the T29 from the T28 is the removal of the sprung flip. With its predecessor you just pressed a button on the side and the flip sprang down. However, the clip was famous for failing so that your phone would spring to attention as soon as you put it on the table. Now, just as the T20, you manually push down the flap. This, as before, can be used to answer and end calls. For anyon
        e fed up with switching keylocks on and off a flip phone is the only way forward. To the uninitiated the chassis of the T29 looks much like the T28. Without detailing the differences, only the plastic front has changed. It is more curvy, arguably more elegant, although slightly more bulbous. The holes for the microphone and speaker are a different pattern too. Beneath the flip is a more obvious change with the keypad inlay on our test phone a very stylish deep blue, which extends around the screen. Another purple one is available but they are not interchangeable between phones. The buttons are now aluminium and better designed. They are slightly larger, flatter and raised, making them much easier to use. The layout is otherwise standard. A minor complaint is that the backlight on the keys is very poor and uneven, such that you cannot read the numbers and letters in darkness. Vital statistics Screen size: - 33 x 13mm Dimensions - - 95 x 51 x 22mm - 105g - 85 mins talktime, 150 hours standby - GSM 900/1800 - 100-memory phone book/10 bookmarks (plus 5 homepages) - WAP 1.1 browser - other features: vibrate alert, over-the-air configuration, 100 phonebook memories, 5 games, voice dial, 9.6k data speed, alarm clock, stopwatch WAP browsing Given the limitations of the tiny screen, WAP browsing really is surprisingly satisfying. The screen has no grey scale so you will not really see pictures to their best. You can easily turn off images in the menu to speed up downloads and avoid lots of heavy scrolling. Despite the tiny screen, you get a full three lines of page to view. However, pages occupy the whole three-line screen and there is no room for any status icons. Depending on how you look at it, Ericsson can be seen as rather clever allowing the “page loading” icon to juxtapose the page on the top right
        of the screen, or this can be regarded as a shortcoming. The two up and down keys look almost like left and right keys. As soon as you get used to the fact that they are up and down keys, navigation is easy enough. An extensive list of menu options comes up when you hold down the yes key, however this is the same key that is used for opening links in pages so you have to be carefully when and how you press it. An excellent option is to be able to send WAP links automatically in an SMS. This should allow the user to open it, launch the browser and see that page (on compatible phones). The large on-off button can also be used to go back a page. A long press brings up a prompt asking if you want to disconnect. WAP-related features This phone supports OTA (over-the-air) which means that settings are easy to get into the phone as long as you use the Ericsson web site. If you are on a network not shown on the site or you want to use a different service provider, entering all the settings is the usual difficult slog. At least Ericsson labels the different settings logically so a patient person can work through them systematically. You can set five WAP profiles which is pretty generous by most WAP phone standards. This means that you can have a different dial-up if you use a different SIM card. Alternatively you can have Mviva, Ericsson’s service as well as your network’s own portal plus two more. And each has its own homepage. In addition to this you actually get ten easy-to-access bookmarks. That is ten in all, not ten per profile. Thoughtfully, you can edit these addresses offline. On many phones - the few that even allow you to make WAP bookmarks on the phone - you have to open the browser and be online to do this. Ericsson does warn that bookmarks are associated with profiles so you may have problems accessing some bookmarks from some profiles. In practice we did not find this to be
        a problem. It is worth noting that the manual tells you that you also cannot enter bookmarks offline and this posed us no problems. Strangely you could not access the bookmarks offline if you did not have a network signal. The T29 includes a number of improvements when it comes to text messaging. A normal SMS can be up to 160 characters long. Using the “long messages” option you can link up to three that will arrive at the recipient and be linked up again, effectively creating one long message. Not all network operators and phones support this function yet. The mobile chat function allows you to send SMS messages to groups and see the thread, just as if it was an Internet chat room. This is a great way to build up a massive phone bill since you will be charged for each reply that you send. You also have a choice of 10 message templates and you can store. A nice touch is the ability to store e-mail addresses in the phone book for use with SMS-to-e-mail services. One major advantage over Nokia phones is retained: although you can only store 10 SMS, the eleventh will delete the first and so on. Nokia phones still tell you “memory full” and you need to make space for additional incoming messages. OVERALL The T29 features a lot of improvements on the T28, which was already a classic phone. The screen is bigger, the sprung flip is gone and you have WAP plus a load of SMS improvements. You also get the bigger battery. However, this phone cannot hide the fact that it is rather dated. Add to the fact that the sound is still very harsh and poor quality while the phone still does not hold the signal well in areas of poor reception, you have style over substance. More than ever this is a posers’ phone since a lot of advanced data and organiser features in many more modern designs are absent. Despite the criticisms, this phone truly is charming and Ericsson has updated a clas
        sic and held down the price. This is a stylish and value-for-money package but there are many better handsets for serious cellphone users out there now.

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        30.06.2001 06:39
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        Let's be honest with each other. How many of you use all the features you have on your mobile phone? I know most phones these days have got 20,000 different ring tones, vibrating alert, the ability to send text messages to 10 people at the same time, predictive text messaging, a diary containing 100,000 names and numbers (OK, a slight exagertaion, but you know what I mean!) oh, I nearly forgot, lots of games and some even have WAP, but how often do you use the vast majority of these features? The answer is probably not very often. A mobile phone is mainly used for making and receiving calls sending and receiving text messages. Anything extra is like the icing on the cake, very decorative, occasionally of use but ultimately ...... So, why did I buy the Ericsson T20 instead of any other phone, particularly if I'm a cynic and think all phones are the same? Well, it's quite a complicated thought process, so bear with me as long as you can. First of all, I like the way this phone looks. There's no getting away from it, this phone is cute. It's a little bit shorter than the ubiquitous Nokia 3210/3310, about the same width, and a little bit stockier. But it does look exceedingly cute and endearing. It has a coloured front panel that comes in a (small) range of colours. You can't change the facia like on the aforementioned Nokia's, but again, how often do you really feel the need to change the facia on your phone. Let's face it, what colour your phone is does not affect it?s performance! The Ericsson T20 just looks a little bit different, and I like that. If I tell you I own a Mini Clubman Estate and a Morris Ital car, and I own an iMac, not a PC, you'll understand that I like to be a little bit different than the norm, so in the case of my mobile phone, anything that isn't a Nokia is a good start, and anything looking that bit different is a bonus, and the T20 certainly fits the bill. The second thing I was after in my phone (despite what I've said above!) is WAP capability. When I bought the phone I was quite excited about being able to access the 'mobile internet', thus needed (wanted!) a WAP phone, and yes, you guessed it, the T20 is WAP enabled. Having had the phone for a few months I can count on the fingers of my hands the times I have used the WAP facility, and those times were through sheer boredom on a long, quiet night shift. As you may have heard WAP is not all it cracked up to be and I certainly wouldn't buy a phone now just because it has WAP. What else did I need? Ah yes, a vibrating alert. Not for any kinky reasons, I work for the Ambulance Service, and it would be a little bit embarrassing to have my phone bleeping out the Star Wars theme tune whilst I'm performing CPR on somebody's grannie. So I need the discretion of vibrating alert, and this phone provides that. OK, there a few calls important enough that I need to know about the straight away, but it looks more professional to not have my phone ringing every 5 minutes (if only I had that many friends!). And that's about it. Apart from that I wanted a phone that could make and receive calls, send and receive text messages, and store a few numbers, and all mobile phones can do that, so I suppose I plumbed for the T20 based on how it looks, not the most objective way to pick a phone, but I seem to have got away with it this time. Why? Well, the phone performs extremely well. It is a flip front phone, and calls are answered just by opening the flip, which I find extremely handy (OK, my 'active flip' as it is known doesn't work any more after I threw the phone across the room in a fit of anger, but the less said about that the better!). The phone also holds a battery charge for a long time. I?m not going to go into the published stand by and talk time figures, because what the manufacturers claim and w
        hat happens in reality are often two completely different things, but I only need to charge the battery every 5 days or so. Obviously if you talk to people more than I do you will need to charge the phone more often, but it certainly has the best performing battery of any phone I've ever owned or used. It has a couple of handy extras (stop the presses, a mobile phone with a USEFUL extra!!!). There is a calculator, an alarm clock, a stopwatch and a timer, all of which can be surprisingly helpful, especially the alarm clock, brings my collection of devices used to wake me up in the morning to four, I sleep quite heavily sometimes! The T20 has all the usual features you would expect to find in a modern mobile phone. There are 10 different built in melodies, and 4 that you can set yourself. Unfortunately you can't get new ring tones by SMS (one of the few advantages of having a Nokia phone) but you can enter the notes yourself, so you can either make up your own little ditty, or enter a tune that you've found on the internet. You can set up personal ring tones for different people, so you can recognise who is calling by the sound coming from your phone, and ignore as appropriate!!! Another item missing is predictive text input. Unfortunately you do have to scroll through and type all the individual letters in every text message you send. In someways this is good as predictive messaging can get a little bit annoying if the phone never predicts correctly, but it does mean messages can take a little bit longer to write. On the positive side, if you find you are constantly sending the same or similar messages, you can set up some templates to save you typing in the same information every time. This is another one of those features I never use, but some of you out there might find it useful. You can also set up 'Groups', a set of people who will receive the same text message. Useful if you have a large group of friends you ne
        ed to contact to say 'Be down the pub at 7.30!', but absolutely no use to me as I've only got one friend! (Altogether now, awwwwwwww!!!!) What other 'helpful' and 'essential' features does this phone have? Top of the list must be Swatch Internet Time. You've probably not heard of this, but it was a scheme put forward by Swatch (surprise surprise, given the name!) to split the day up into 1000 equal units, rather than minutes, days and hours. Part of this idea was that Swatch time would have no time zones, everyone would run on the same time. Needless to say, given the lack of publicity and the fact that very few people have heard of it, this idea has not taken off yet, so this is one of the more useless features this phone has! You can choose from 29 different languages for menu items to be displayed in. This might be useful if you happen to speak 29 different languages, but is of absolutely no use to me, as I only speak one. This is probably more a tool for the manufacturer, as it means you don't have to have differently programmed phones for different markets, you can sell exactly the same phone in many different countries, as rather than having to reprogramme the language in the phone, you just have to select the correct one. You can choose to have Voice dialling of up to 10 numbers. Fine in principle, but it really only works in quiet areas, and it's a bit embarrassing saying 'Dad' or 'Bloody Mother-in-Law' in a loud voice just to make a call, and it does seem to take longer to use the voice-dialling than it does to find and dial the number from the memory. Still, good way to show off to your friends, and if you are really evil you can set it up to respond to all sorts of dastardly statements when dialling certain people, such as 'W$%ker' when dialling your boss etc. What else, I'm running out of features, I've been through all the ones I use. Ah yes,
        it's a dual band phone. I won't get too technical here, but dual band means the phone will work on two different frequencies, 900 and 1800 Mhz. This won't affect you in this country, unless you want to change network from say Vodafone to Orange (these networks run on different frequencies). But it is very useful if you want to use the phone abroad, as subject to a roaming agreement, you can use the phone on a greater number of foreign networks than a single band phone. Again this is probably a feature that is more useful for the phone manufacturer than the consumer, as it allows them to make one hone for use on all networks, rather than one model for use on 900 Mhz networks, and another for use on 1800 Mhz networks. There are the usual selection of rather useless games. It doesn't have Snake, but there is a pac-man clone, which you can use to while away a few seconds waiting for the bus. One final thing (don't groan, this won't take long). There is a QWERTY keyboard available you can attach to the bottom of the T20 to help make writing text messages and accessing WAP pages easier. You don?t get one of those with a Nokia! They cost around £20, and if the phone looks cue, these things a really, really, really cute! The phone can be picked up for less than £10 with a contract if you shop around (drive a hard bargain, I managed to get mine for free and have two cases and a hands free kit thrown in!) but it is a bit expensive to buy pre-pay, at anything over £100 depending on the tariff. Beyond all this there isn't much more I can say (there probably isn't much more TOO say, I've been wittering for so long!) The important points to remember about the T20 are:- 1. It has a great battery life 2. It has a vibrating alert 3. Most importantly it looks really, really cute. Apart from this, most phones really are all the same. Chose what's best for you. I really like th
        is one, but there is plenty of choice out there. Do some research, think what you want in a phone and choose wisely. Good luck!

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          The Ericsson T20s is a big hit all over the world! Its got all the features you would ever want from any mobile, plus its look is so cute, you'll never feel like changing it. Firstly, some people say that the facias are not changeable, well believe me thay are because i changed mine from blue to gray! The T20s, fits into any pocket, iether your jacket or back pockets of your pants, its a dream mobile;-). Okay, enough of exaggeration! It stores all missed calls and dialed calls aswell has 190 numbers phonebook. The best thing i love about T20s is the WAP service it offers. Its pretty quick to load pages, and comes handy for checking ;latest news, weather and sports. Although it has limited ringtones you have 2 custom ringtones for you to put in yourself as you cant have them over the air because it doesn't have infrared or GPRS. It also doesn't have predictive text input, but it will still do. The T20s also has voice dially but usaully doesn't work in noisy places, and you have to scream out loud, otherwise in quite places it functions perfectly. Another thing i like about it is that it has a active flip, that is will flip open just like the T28. As the flip opens it puts you through to the caller rather than you having to press yes after opening the cover. I compared it to the 3210/3310, and definately prefered it over the 3310, especially becuz of the 3310 roundish shape:-) Over all I think that this is a must buy phone. Its got a great look and the all the features any buyer would look for.

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          Let's be honest with each other. How many of you use all the features you have on your mobile phone? I know most phones these days have got 20,000 different ring tones, vibrating alert, the ability to send text messages to 10 people at the same time, predictive text messaging, a diary containing 100,000 names and numbers (OK, a slight exagertaion, but you know what I mean!) oh, I nearly forgot, lots of games and some even have WAP, but how often do you use the vast majority of these features? The answer is probably not very often. A mobile phone is mainly used for making and receiving calls sending and receiving text messages. Anything extra is like the icing on the cake, very decorative, occasionally of use but ultimately ...... So, why did I buy the Ericsson T20 instead of any other phone, particularly if I'm a cynic and think all phones are the same? Well, it's quite a complicated thought process, so bear with me as long as you can. First of all, I like the way this phone looks. There's no getting away from it, this phone is cute. It's a little bit shorter than the ubiquitous Nokia 3210/3310, about the same width, and a little bit stockier. But it does look exceedingly cute and endearing. It has a coloured front panel that comes in a (small) range of colours. You can't change the facia like on the aforementioned Nokia's, but again, how often do you really feel the need to change the facia on your phone. Let's face it, what colour your phone is does not affect it?s performance! The Ericsson T20 just looks a little bit different, and I like that. If I tell you I own a Mini Clubman Estate and a Morris Ital car, and I own an iMac, not a PC, you'll understand that I like to be a little bit different than the norm, so in the case of my mobile phone, anything that isn't a Nokia is a good start, and anything looking that bit different is a bonus, and the T20 certainly fits the bi
          ll. The second thing I was after in my phone (despite what I've said above!) is WAP capability. When I bought the phone I was quite excited about being able to access the 'mobile internet', thus needed (wanted!) a WAP phone, and yes, you guessed it, the T20 is WAP enabled. Having had the phone for a few months I can count on the fingers of my hands the times I have used the WAP facility, and those times were through sheer boredom on a long, quiet night shift. As you may have heard WAP is not all it cracked up to be and I certainly wouldn't buy a phone now just because it has WAP. What else did I need? Ah yes, a vibrating alert. Not for any kinky reasons, I work for the Ambulance Service, and it would be a little bit embarrassing to have my phone bleeping out the Star Wars theme tune whilst I'm performing CPR on somebody's grannie. So I need the discretion of vibrating alert, and this phone provides that. OK, there a few calls important enough that I need to know about the straight away, but it looks more professional to not have my phone ringing every 5 minutes (if only I had that many friends!). And that's about it. Apart from that I wanted a phone that could make and receive calls, send and receive text messages, and store a few numbers, and all mobile phones can do that, so I suppose I plumbed for the T20 based on how it looks, not the most objective way to pick a phone, but I seem to have got away with it this time. Why? Well, the phone performs extremely well. It is a flip front phone, and calls are answered just by opening the flip, which I find extremely handy (OK, my 'active flip' as it is known doesn't work any more after I threw the phone across the room in a fit of anger, but the less said about that the better!). The phone also holds a battery charge for a long time. I?m not going to go into the published stand by and talk time figures, because what the manu
          facturers claim and what happens in reality are often two completely different things, but I only need to charge the battery every 5 days or so. Obviously if you talk to people more than I do you will need to charge the phone more often, but it certainly has the best performing battery of any phone I've ever owned or used. It has a couple of handy extras (stop the presses, a mobile phone with a USEFUL extra!!!). There is a calculator, an alarm clock, a stopwatch and a timer, all of which can be surprisingly helpful, especially the alarm clock, brings my collection of devices used to wake me up in the morning to four, I sleep quite heavily sometimes! The T20 has all the usual features you would expect to find in a modern mobile phone. There are 10 different built in melodies, and 4 that you can set yourself. Unfortunately you can't get new ring tones by SMS (one of the few advantages of having a Nokia phone) but you can enter the notes yourself, so you can either make up your own little ditty, or enter a tune that you've found on the internet. You can set up personal ring tones for different people, so you can recognise who is calling by the sound coming from your phone, and ignore as appropriate!!! Another item missing is predictive text input. Unfortunately you do have to scroll through and type all the individual letters in every text message you send. In someways this is good as predictive messaging can get a little bit annoying if the phone never predicts correctly, but it does mean messages can take a little bit longer to write. On the positive side, if you find you are constantly sending the same or similar messages, you can set up some templates to save you typing in the same information every time. This is another one of those features I never use, but some of you out there might find it useful. You can also set up 'Groups', a set of people who will receive the same text message. Useful if you have a
          large group of friends you need to contact to say 'Be down the pub at 7.30!', but absolutely no use to me as I've only got one friend! (Altogether now, awwwwwwww!!!!) What other 'helpful' and 'essential' features does this phone have? Top of the list must be Swatch Internet Time. You've probably not heard of this, but it was a scheme put forward by Swatch (surprise surprise, given the name!) to split the day up into 1000 equal units, rather than minutes, days and hours. Part of this idea was that Swatch time would have no time zones, everyone would run on the same time. Needless to say, given the lack of publicity and the fact that very few people have heard of it, this idea has not taken off yet, so this is one of the more useless features this phone has! You can choose from 29 different languages for menu items to be displayed in. This might be useful if you happen to speak 29 different languages, but is of absolutely no use to me, as I only speak one. This is probably more a tool for the manufacturer, as it means you don't have to have differently programmed phones for different markets, you can sell exactly the same phone in many different countries, as rather than having to reprogramme the language in the phone, you just have to select the correct one. You can choose to have Voice dialling of up to 10 numbers. Fine in principle, but it really only works in quiet areas, and it's a bit embarrassing saying 'Dad' or 'Bloody Mother-in-Law' in a loud voice just to make a call, and it does seem to take longer to use the voice-dialling than it does to find and dial the number from the memory. Still, good way to show off to your friends, and if you are really evil you can set it up to respond to all sorts of dastardly statements when dialling certain people, such as 'W$%ker' when dialling your boss etc. What else, I'm running out of features, I've been t
          hrough all the ones I use. Ah yes, it's a dual band phone. I won't get too technical here, but dual band means the phone will work on two different frequencies, 900 and 1800 Mhz. This won't affect you in this country, unless you want to change network from say Vodafone to Orange (these networks run on different frequencies). But it is very useful if you want to use the phone abroad, as subject to a roaming agreement, you can use the phone on a greater number of foreign networks than a single band phone. Again this is probably a feature that is more useful for the phone manufacturer than the consumer, as it allows them to make one hone for use on all networks, rather than one model for use on 900 Mhz networks, and another for use on 1800 Mhz networks. There are the usual selection of rather useless games. It doesn't have Snake, but there is a pac-man clone, which you can use to while away a few seconds waiting for the bus. One final thing (don't groan, this won't take long). There is a QWERTY keyboard available you can attach to the bottom of the T20 to help make writing text messages and accessing WAP pages easier. You don?t get one of those with a Nokia! They cost around £20, and if the phone looks cue, these things a really, really, really cute! Beyond all this there isn't much more I can say (there probably isn't much more TOO say, I've been wittering for so long!) The important points to remember about the T20 are:- 1. It has a great battery life 2. It has a vibrating alert 3. Most importantly it looks really, really cute. Apart from this, most phones really are all the same. Chose what's best for you. I really like this one, but there is plenty of choice out there. Do some research, think what you want in a phone and choose wisely. Good luck!

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            From the outside, this phone looks amazing! It's light, compact, has a flip down speaker, and comes in a range of different looks! It just looks too cool to actually be a good phone! But that is wrong - it's workings are even better! To start off with - it has 190 spaces for phone numbers! That's more than double what the Nokia 3310 can store! Also, it allows groups; which lets you send texts to many people in a short space of time! It has spaces for up to 10 e-mail addresses aswell! This phone has Voice dialling aswell, but only for 10 numbers! But the disadvantage of this is that it rarely works unless there is silence in the background! SMS's can be sent and recieved from this phone! The battery on this phone lasts for soooo long! Even if this phone is used everyday, and is kept on; the battery will last for up to one and a half weeks. Now, not many phones can do that - can they?! This phone keeps a list of who you called, called you and missed calls. Also, how many texts have been sent, and how much calls cost! Like the Nokia, this phone can have it's own ringtones made! This is an addictive function, and can let you unlimited possibilities of it's melodies! The phone lets you have a choice of many languages. There are MANY different kinds - it even goes as far as Romanian! The mobile goes by Internet time - which I dont understand, as you have to set it yourself! Anyway.... It has many functions; such as alarm, timer, stopwatch, calculater, and games. One of the best functions on the phone is the WAP capabilities! It does cost money - but it allows you to see weather forecasts, play games, find out taxi telephone numbers, see cinema times, read hotel reviews, and many other services! To be completely honest - I can't really think of any bad things about the phone! Except that it is very slow - if you want to read your 'inbo
            x' of texts. It will take a while to load. This is quite annoying! But overall - a VERY good mobile phone!

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            I found myself in the unfortunate position of needing a new mobile phone, thanks to the low-life who stole my mobile along with my purse & house keys etc. I was left stranded with my little son in his buggy without any way of getting home or into my flat! Anyway after a lift home from a friendly policeman and my husband coming home from work to let me in and change the locks (they got my home address as well as the keys!) I had to start on the long boring task of sorting out all the replacement bankcards etc. and get my mobile phone’s SIM card blocked. During the call to One to One to cancel my SIM card, I discovered that as I had had the contract for longer than one year, I was due for an upgrade on my handset, which I had no idea about. (They never tell you these things!) It was a great relief to discover that it wasn’t going to cost me a ridiculous sum to replace my existing one! I could keep my telephone number and One to One would send me a new SIM card. All I had to do was to go down to the shop with a form of ID (i.e. passport – which was the only bit of ID that wasn’t stolen!) and choose a new handset. The fee payable if any would be dependent on the handset chosen. I have to sing One to One’s praises here for being super efficient at issuing me with a new SIM card. I cancelled my existing card at around 1.30pm on Thursday and I got a new one the next day (Friday) in the post! I was really surprised. All in all, I was only offline for a day! SO WHY DID I CHOOSE THE ERICSSON T20? I have had 2 Ericsson phones in the last few years and both have been fantastic, very reliable and no problems at all. Unlike the Amstrad phone I had in 1996 & the Motorola flare, both of which were a dead loss and kept turning themselves off! Anyway, my last Ericsson although good, it was a bit of a brick, so this time I decided that I would get something smaller, sexier, different and with more interesting features. I wasnR
            17;t entirely sure what I would get when I went to look. I had a choice of 2 different Nokia phones for free, but they were not particularly interesting. I didn’t like the style and I wasn’t very taken with them. Then I saw the Ericsson T20 for only £20. I had a good look at it and decided it was for me. I have to admit that the shape, weight and style of the phone was a huge deciding factor. It also had a lot of extra features that the Nokia phones didn’t have including being WAP compatible. WHAT DOES IT LOOK & FEEL LIKE? The Ericsson T20 is really different, it’s small and it looks like a little gadget off Star trek. It has a flip down lid which I prefer, as my last phone kept getting the “9” button knocked while in my bag. It always worried me that it would dial “999” one day and get me in trouble with the Police! It’s also much easier to start & finish calls with a flip lid as you don’t have to keep unlocking the keypad all the time! It’s a very comfortable shape to hold, fitting nicely into the palm of your hand. The body is dark grey with a silver-grey front and it has a strong silver-grey hand strap. I would give it 10 out of 10 for being a very stylish, light little phone, it’s only 113g and fits neatly into a small pocket or handbag easily. (There is a pale blue version available on some networks. I think that that is the one dooyoo have pictured, but the silver one is much smarter!) It has a nice display, the screen & buttons light up in a pleasant turquoise blue, which is much nicer than the usual green! I couldn’t find the standby or talk time in the handbook to quote it accurately, however, it is excellent. Something like 172 hours standby and several hours talk time which means that you don’t have to keep charging it up. It’s a far cry from the house brick sized phone that I first carried in 1995 with a battery t
            hat only lasted for about an hour talk time. I always had to carry a huge spare battery in my pocket which frequently also went flat! EASE OF USE It’s very easy to use, you scroll through the menus by using the arrow keys. It’s all very easy & self explanatory. The main menus are:- Phone book, Messages, Call Info, Settings, Extras, WAP services & My shortcuts. If you are already familiar with previous Ericsson models then using this phone will be a doddle for you, but it’s so easy that anyone can use it whatever your previous phone! Finding & adding numbers is really simple and you can also store e-mail addresses. There are some very nice features on this phone. I like the fact that when I finish typing a text message, I can scroll back to the address book to find the number to send it to, a feature that my last phone was sadly lacking. It also stores unsent messages if a text message fails during sending. On my last phone I used to lose any failed messages, which was infuriating! IN A NUT SHELL THE MAIN FEATURES OF THIS PHONE ARE:- That it is WAP compatible – i.e. it is able to be connected to the mobile Internet (although this has a long way to go before it’s as good as from a home phone!) Although the mobile Internet is an interesting concept, it will probably be a while and a new generation of handsets before it becomes really good! (I’m not going into this in detail because I don’t use it regularly due to its limitations at present.) A really useful feature is that if you hover over a menu option for long enough, you get a “help” type box come up with scrolling information about the item that you are hovering over. This is automatic and very useful. If you call an unrecognised number, or one calls you, the phone holds the number in a list and you can retrieve it and add it into your phone book at a later date. You can select personal
            ring tones for different people - although I haven’t bothered with this! I’ve just set it to the loudest ring so that I can hear it over the London traffic! You can compose your own melodies – I think you can store up to 5 on your phone. You can have a vibrating alert, which can be on all the time or on only when the phone is set to silent. You can set your own shortcuts so your phone can be easier for you to use. You can choose your own greeting or start up / shut down show with animations (but you need an Ericsson infa red modem to create & download your own start up show from your PC – so I’m not sure that it is worth the money or effort!) Text messaging (SMS) you can send or receive up to 160 characters. You can send texts or e-mails. You can set the default to “text” or “e-mail” or even get it to ask you which you want each time you finish composing a message. You can send a request for a reply to your text messages. You can set your phone with a number of profiles. A profile = a group of settings which are set to suit a certain environment. So you can set your phone to have different settings / rings etc. for different circumstances. There are six available profiles that you can set your phone to:- Normal, Meeting, In Car, Outdoors, Port-H (portable handsfree) & Home. Voice control – you can set the phone to voice dial someone simply by saying their name. You need to put voice labels on the phone book entries for this to work, but it’s easy! Call waiting is available and you can even make a conference call with up to five people! (I think that this would get really confusing!) You can send and receive fax & data calls but you need to connect the phone to a computer with the right software program! EXTRAS:- Alarm clock, Calculator, Stopwatch, Timer & Games. GAMES:– There are 4:-
            E-maze, Tetris, Erix & Ballpop – unfortunately I haven’t read the instructions or got round to playing these yet. (so watch this space for an update!) This list doesn’t name everything, but it should give anyone a good idea what to expect from this phone. I am really pleased with my new phone, it is by far the best phone I’ve ever had by a very long way. It has far more useful features and it’s the smallest, lightest and most stylish little phone that I’ve had. I got mine for £20 after renewing my contract for another year with One to One. (Having been a customer since 1995, renewing my contract is not a problem!) If you are interested in this phone, then I would shop around for the best price. I noticed that on the Orange network in Argos the same phone was over £60 and I only paid £20 – that is a huge difference! There are differences between the networks and there are differences between different shop, so it pays to look round before buying. Anyway, if you need a stylish, lightweight phone, then this one comes very highly recommended. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed!

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              The Ericsson T20 was a phone I hesitated to buy as my friend's have got old Ericssons and they are rather bad. But this Ericsson is actually rather good. It has something called Swatch Internet Time. This is the first mobile phone to use this technology and it divides the day into 1000 beats. Basically, if you go abroad, then this phone automatically converts to the time there at the country you are visiting. It is also dualband which means the phone works in other countries ( a must for all those business men out there )! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ One major thing that this phone has is a wap browser. This was a major thing that attracted me to this phone. WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is a really cool device that allows you to connect to the Internet from your mobile phone. I rarely use this as it costs a mammoth 10p a minute! However, it is a usefull thing to have as it gives you news, sport and that kind of thing. WAP isn't brilliant at the moment, but it is still a wicked thing to show off about to all your friends. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Voice activated dialing is another feature that this phone has. Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)is an excellent thing to have. Why bother dialing the number after searching it from the phonebook when you simply say it into the phone and it automatically starts to dial! You can store up to 10 numbers and these are the numbers that you usually ring. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The look and feel of this object is truly amazing!!! It looks so cool with its curves and cool body that it makes my friends green with envy. It looks much better than say a 3310 (same price on Pay As You Go). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You can even add things to this superphone such as an MP3 player and this truly is a super phone!!!!!!

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                This phone is the best from Ericsson yet. I used to have a T10 but upgraded to this model as i seemed nicer than the T28. It has more features than the T28 and has Wap capability, which is pretty nifty, the screen you may think is small and cant take Wap too well but youll be suprised. The games on this phone are addictive especially Tetris and beat snake on the Nokia hands down. The phone has more ring tones allows you to write about 4 and you can even adapt your start up screen to have a little presentation of pictures which you can do by buying the right cables. The phone allows you to have an MP3 player attatched to it, again an optional extra, but is pretty cool as it acts as a hands free kit as well. The phone allows you have groups of people all under one name, which helps when sending SMS message to more than one person but you do have to pay for each one you send. You can also have voice dialling which is more efficient than searching the phone book. Th battery life has improved dramatically from the other T series and can be left on standby for about 3-4 days and even 2 days if you use it call people for about an hour at a time. The phone is a bit bigger than the T28 in depth, but is light and has imaginative cover colours, although you cant change them, there better than the old traditional black/grey.

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                The Ericsson T20s, ericssons latest creation has hit the shelves, and is quite literally fantastic. The phone is an excellent piece of kit, and at £100 on orange just-talk (pay as you go) it's reasonably priced. It has a whole host of features, including WAP, so you'll never get tired of messing around with it. The phone looks really good, and I don't know anyone else who has it (they all have the nokia 3310) and it's nice to be a bit different. It's small, sleek and stylish. Ericsson says it is available in 4 different styles, detailed on www.ericcson.com, all looking good, although you cannot alter the phones covers. I have only seen dark grey or 'grey swirl' as Ericsson call it in this country. The phone packs in all the usual features, such as stopwatches, timers and calculators etc. but with the added bonus of loads of advanced and new features. The phone has 4 games; Tetris, Ballpop, Erix and E-Maze, all of which are incredibly addictive and fun to play. It is the first phone in the world to support 'Swatch internet time, which splits the day up into 1000 beats, making time zones a thing of the past, as it automatically adjusts the time zone to where you are in the world. You would have no problem taking the phone abroad either, as it is Dual Band. The internet time is ideal for synchronising live web casts and other things which require precise timing, although I think it will be a long time before we say the time is 859 instead of Twenty to Eight. The phone is also wap capable, making a huge amount of information available on the move (I was a bit sceptible of the wap idea, but its really quite useful). On the Orange just talk package, Wap services are free at weekends until May, but 10p a minute at all other times. The phone has voice dialling for up to 10 people, so you can flip the phone down, say the name and it will dial for you. You don't even have to pr
                ess a button! Although I can't fill it, there is space for 190 names and numbers in the phone book and room for e-mail addresses as well. There is also an automatic redial function so you don't have to keep trying and trying. The battery lasts for absolutely ages, 8 days on standby and up to 4 hours talk time. The T20 is truly a brilliant package, included in the box is a hands free kit, which is a welcome site for many people. If you are looking for a new mobile phone, you have absolutely no excuse for not buying the T20. And if you don't believe me, check out the emulator at www.ericsson.com and go to the consumer section. It's almost exactly the same, you just can't touch it!

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                  My current contract with my Nokia 3310 is finished and I have decided to get myself an Ericsson T20. When I received the phone I was truly amazed at the size. This was because the phone has so many feature…and it is such a small phone. I would say that the Ericsson T20 is aimed at youngsters looking for a really colorful phone and people who want to set trends. The T20 is the first mobile phone to feature Swatch Internet time. It has WAP mobile chat as well. *****Ericsson T20 features***** It is GSM 900 and GSM 1800 dual band The Swatch Internet time helps you keep up with the current time without having to worry about changing your clock when the clocks go forward/Backward. Start-up graphics ***** Games***** The T20 has some excellent games; Ballpop, Tetris, E-maze, Erix. ********** Voice Activated Dialling/Answering Alarm Clock WAP 1.1 browser Calculator 10 hrs talk time Standby time: up to 200 hrs Voice answering Flipping front Vibrating ring Full graphic display 3 rows of text Voice dialing Conference calls Automatic world clock Easy access to the 20 latest numbers dialed SMS templates Calling Line Identification SIM Application Toolkit ********** As you can see from the list above this fun looking small phone is pact with features I haven’t seen before. These features are what attracted me to the phone. The WAP chat is brilliant, and the SMS templates are fun and handy. I had already had an Ericsson before (T10 before my Nokia) and I probably won’t go back to Nokia. Ericsson phones are that good. They are robust and reliable, fun looking, and easy to use. I have also got a really good deal from 4u phones. I pay 11.99 per month (including itemized billing) 300 off peak minutes per month (including WAP) 15p minute(peak) 2p minute (off peak). Plus the phone ca
                  me with 6 months free line rental (first 3 months, and months 13, 14, 15). Overall I am totally pleased with my new phone. It is all that I wanted from a mobile. I just can’t wait until they develop one that is even better.

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                  Wow! What an excellent phone! Has anyone else got one yet? What do you think of it? I have just got rid of 2 faulty Nokia 3310's and opted for a T20 instead. I have gone through loads of phones in the past 5 years (Nokia 3310, 3210, Siemens C25, Motorola etc) but I have never experienced an Ericsson phone. Firstly, there's three colours to choose from - I chose the silver weave (not quite so noticeable!). The phone is also WAP (although the small screen makes this quite difficult to use). The phone is so cool to look at - I love the screen light up colour (blue-ish green)! It's small enough to put in your pocket and has loads of features (WAP, 4 games, swatch internet time, voice dialing, vibrating alert etc). It also has a help facility if you 'hover' long enough over any of the menu items This is definitely the best phone I have ever had! The only problems I have found is that because of it's size the buttons and screen are quite small ,and text messaging is quite slow to use because of this. Also the standard charger looks as though it may not last that long if you are rough with it (the charging points you put into the phone are quite small, plastic and liable to break off). Compared to my Nokias this phone has less ringing tunes - but this doesn't really bother me as I don't really like cheesey tunes! Another interesting point to note that Ericsson, at the moment, have made this phone quite a bit feature on their web site. You can have an interactive view and play a T20 game - have a look if you are interesting in purchasing this phone (www.ericsson.co.uk). If you buy the phone for it's good looks and size (which you probably would) - the features are there and surprisingly for a small phone the battery life is very good (mine lasts for about a week on standby). This phone is a real nice looking phone with excellent features - I'm certainly not disappointed with mine!

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                    The Ericsson was not my first choice, but upon later inspection I opted for it. From the out set I found it to be ergonomic, easy to use and nice to look at as well as being generally functional. The menu screens on the phone are good, they are clear, easy to use. It is packed with features including a tone composer, which I liked a lot. The size of the phone is great, it is small but chunky and feels good in your hand. I would recommend it to anybody it is a really good value phone. It will do nothing but surprise and

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