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Is the MDA Pro the best smartphone? Is the best package with T-Mobile? Which retailer is offering the best contract and price?

Or put it another way; I am close to buying a MDA Pro on a T-Mobile package and hoping youall will say "what a great idea".

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Is the MDA Pro the best smartphone?
Everyone'll give you a different opinion on that, for example since I own a c550 I might say c550 IS TEH L337!11, although I might upgrade to the m5000 (same as mda pro) as my next phone as I agree it does look to be a great smartphone pocket pc :) and contains all the features I want.

You may want to keep in mind that people have found it to be a bit slow etc in places but if you're up for a bit of registry editing etc, then you can set it to how you want. I'd recommend having a read HERE and HERE.

Is the best package with T-Mobile? Which retailer is offering the best contract and price?
Dunno, people seem to be flocking to T-Mobile and o2 at the moment, so if your not stuck to using one network, shop around. What is the contract you're thinking of getting it on?

James

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I would go for t-mobile's web 'n walk 100 tariff at ?30 month with 6 of the 18 months at half price. with this the MDA Pro costs ?150. the main attraction for me is the 3g, fast internet browsing.

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Hi there,

I run a site specifically for MDA Pro users.

:) www.MDAPro.co.uk :D

If it's any help to you, I run a pole on how my users find the phone. So far 100% of my users have rated it 8/10 or above. I personally love mine.

Hope this Helps

Dave

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