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RE: Which Android phone?

For the money, they are both *lovely*...

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Hmm...

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RE: Which Android phone?

John Duncan wrote:

Hmm...

Ok, I'll bite. Hmm... ?  Wink

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I can't get Exchange ActiveSync to work, either with the stock mail client or third party ones like Nine or Touchdown.  My helpdesk are not being very helpy because it's my own device.  If I can't get work mail on it it's not much use to me...

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I had to ask, didn't I! :doh:

Have you tried the Moto G forum? 

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Has anyone here tried the Oppo N1 phone?

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I live in a little town currently, and have had 4G since October 2012 on EE. Now I'm on Vodafone, as there are plans for 4G coverage in my area within 3 months. So I'm using 3G currently, which appears excruciatingly slow to me after being used to blazing fast 4G. I never dreamt of watching full HD YouTube videos and listening to Spotify while driving when on 3G. So for me, 4G is well worth the upgrade, and if I'm in the market for a phone, 4G support is an essential criteria. Three's 4G rates are same as 3G, and O2's 4G rates have recently been slashed. I will not want to be left out on 4G if I'm buying a phone today.

My brother has a Sony Experia S and he is delighted with it. His colleague has Sony Experia Z and is delighted with hisSony and my son had a go with it loved as well. He will get a Sony Experia Z1 when his contract ends

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