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I cant have an SPV M5000


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I went onto E2Save.com and ordered an SPV M5000, they said there was a 7day wait but i didnt mind, i actually thought it would be longer, but i got an e-mail back saying:-

"We are currently unable to proceed with your application because the handset you have requested has been discontinued...."

And i really want that phone, lets just hope the new version will be at the same price of £9.99 on premier 600 tariff.

TIM

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Guest hunyango_uk

on o2 you can have the xda exec @ £149.99 with 19/month tariff, just not sure with the free minutes/text/mb. ;)

quick update: 12 month contract

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on o2 you can have the xda exec @ £149.99 with 19/month tariff, just not sure with the free minutes/text/mb. ;)

quick update: 12 month contract

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Im on a 12 month contract. Phone was £149, contract is £19 per month - 50 anytime any network minutes, 200 free txts a month and i think i get 4mb 3G data a month introductary (not sure how long for).

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OK...

I am not talking to my self i am talking to the 150+ people who have or will read this thread.

i can only get good Vodafone or Orange reception where i live, i have Half price line rental through work, only one per network and i already have one with vodaphone thats why why i want Orange.

I saw the SPV M5000 on e2save for 9.99 on Premier 600, which is a lot cheaper than £149 on o2.

i dont like the SP5 because it is not a PDA phone, but i am tempted.

i like the big screen, wi-fi, keyboard.

Thinking of Blackberry but dont think there are many/any on orange.

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fair enough, ;) but the M5000 has got alot of problems, why buy a device with loads of problems? :D

do a forum search and im sure you will see alot of threads about the M5000 problems.

get a jasjar instead? it is a PDA with WM5 and wifi i believe

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the JasJar is the same as the M5000 just with different firmware. i know there are a lot of problems but have also noticed that they only happen in 3G mode and not in GSM mode. so i would of kept mine in GSM mode until the update came.

and its always more fun when there are a few problems, i would get bored of a perfect phone.

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Guest Confucious
dont get this device - apperently tons of problems

Get an imate SP5m

Not sure what you're talking about - the old O2 s/ware made it slow and buggy but the new ROM gets rid of it.

I run an Exec in Corporate mode on Orange and wouold thoroughly recommend it.

4Mb of data in 3Gmode is nothing. Just checking emails I use about 0.7 - 0.8 Mb a day, doing the od bit of browsing I've used over 50Mb so far this month - luckily Orange give 1Gb/month free for the first 3 months!

;)

And the SP5Ms lack of 3G and the lack of support for VGA screens in SmartPhone s/ware put me off.

I loved my C500, wasn't as impressed with my C550 but the Universal is the device I've always wanted :D

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dont get this device - apperently tons of problems

Get an imate SP5m

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I too have read problems about Oranges implementation of the Universal but im recommending the O2 XDA Exec which if you do a search there are very few people reporting problems.... and i am one with ZERO problems so far... and O2 have just released a ROM update for those with problems.

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It's the same with every implementation. There seem to be good and bad with all of them. It would seem that some units have better quality hardware than others.

Some people I know with the XDA have problems, some don't. Same with the MDA. I've got an M5000, and have had no problems at all, whilst some others have.

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