hecatae

Looking for a new SD card

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Suggestions please.

Just realised why the latest windows mobile detects my simcard, it's a 3G sim.

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Try Moby Memory they seem good for prices and service.

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Agreed - you never hear a bad word about them. Next day delivery is a cert.

;)

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got to currently sort out my no signal problem, took out 3 years insurance with cpw on my mpx200 for any problems

£10 excess but might be worth it

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Well, SanDisk 1.0gbs work GREAT with the MPx200.Even though a bit pricey

$79.88 USD :|

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Mpx200 currently in the hands of CPW.

1 week left on warranty and I took it in to be fixed ;) , anyway tried vodafone, t-mobile, o2 and orange on it, would not find a single network. So they are sending it to motorola to be fixed, if it can be fixed under warranty, if they claim it's waterdamaged my cpw insurance policy covers accidental liquid damage, but I dont think it is waterdamaged.

Been told it'll take two weeks, so two weeks from yesterday is the 28th, so I'll let people know if I'm still an mpx200 owner.

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just my 2 cents:

crucial memory are really good, free next day delivery and they are damn good! they are also sure to work with your phone ;)

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1 week gone by, still at manufacturers being fixed.

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2 and a half weeks gone bye, Motorola are still repairing my phone :evil:

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