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      22.04.2008 21:17

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      It works EXACTLY as you would wish it to

      This is without doubt a phone which beats Nokia E and N series hands down (they also support the SIP client). I have great results using them with Green Kitten Technologies - it does not lock up or get excessively hot, it handles calls at the same time from WLAN and GSM and I just love it when I use the voip service from telenosis.co.uk NO MORE BILLS !! Battery life is easily within stated parameters and overall feel and compact form factor make it a neat mobile and office phone all in one. Setting up the entire features is easily done from the keypad even though there is a remote setup function. Additionally there is a Nokia style ease of use but BEST OF AF ALL - it is quick and responsive not sluggish like its competitors A great handset and something for Nokia and Ericsson to worry about !!

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    It's all in the name: anyone who has the T-One TC 300 only needs one phone: for one line, one mailbox and one bill. Available anywhere with the dual-mode phone, whether at home or on the road, you can also have your fixed-line number along with your mobile number one your T-One.