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Sep. 28th, 2005

09:42 pm - Mobile phones

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From:terpsichore1980
Date:September 29th, 2005 07:53 am (UTC)
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On point 2 - Some Sony Ericsson phones (I know the p910 and p900, and from a quick look at the web site most of the phones on there) have a "flight mode" in which they turn off all the data sending/receiving bits (phone, bluetooth, infrared etc.) and leave the other features (address book etc.) accessible. Of course there is a challenge in persuading anyone official that your phone is actually off despite the fact that the non-phone functionality is still on.

On point 4 - I realise I am just a mere accountant and don't have the engineering knowledge of a mouse, but have you tried reading the manual? It has to be preferable to being shown what to do with your phone by the children they employ as "phone trainers".
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