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    Nokia ke az mod oftadeh.

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    nokia 6600 its da best cell phone ever loool

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    man sumsun d600 daram hala khaste shodam azash mikham ericsson k750
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    motorola v180
    it sucks

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    Nokia 7250

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    samsung E700
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    Quote Originally Posted by horiyeh
    nokia 6600 its da best cell phone ever loool

    Dokhter 15 saleh va nokita 6600. Che harfha.

    Male man hanooz be nokita 1100 ham naresideh . az on bozoorga ke do dastie megiran.

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    lol ma inim digeh!!

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    قبل از اینکه این مطلب رو بگم چند نکته رو اشاره می کنم:

    *) این روش روی موبایل های نوکیا سری ۶۰ تست شده و ۱۰۰٪ جواب میده ولی بقیه گوشی هارو نمی دونم

    *) هزینه ارسال عکس به این طریق بیشتر از ۱۵ تا sms میشه پس حسابی تیغتون میزنه!!

    *) ابعاد عکس خیلی بزرگ نیست ولی از هیچی بهتره

    خب حالا که نکات بالا رو خوندین اگه دوست داشتین ببینین چه جوری میشه بوسیله SMS عکس رنگی فرستاد

    ۱) ابتدا به قسمت Contact رفته و یک Contact جدید با هر اسمی که دوست دارین (ترجیحا کوتاه باشه) بدون شماره بسازین (از صفحه ویرایش اسم و فامیل و شماره و... بیرون نرین)

    ۲) بعد از انتخاب اسم Options رو بزنید و از اونجا Add Thumbnail رو انتخاب کنین (دقت کنید که عکسی رو می خواین بفرستین به عنوان Thumbnail انتخاب کنین)

    ۳) وقتی Contact مورد نظر رو ساختین بیاین رو صفحه اصلی Contact (جایی که اسم هارو مینویسه) و اسمی رو که ساختین پیدا کنین

    ۴) روی اسم یا همون Contact که ساختین Options رو بزنین و از اونجا Send==> Via Text Message رو انتخاب کنین

    حالا همون صفحه ای که همیشه اس ام اس هاتون رو اونجا مینویسین باز میشه و اگر به بالای همون صفحه نگاه کنید عکسی رو که به عنوان Thumbnail انتخاب کردین می بینین

    حالا می تونید اس ام اس رو به هر کس که می خواین بفرستین و اون هم عکس رو به همون صورت که شما می بینید دریافت کنه

    باز هم میگن دقت کنین که اس ام اسی که می فرستین چند اس ام اس حساب میشه (معمولا بیشتر از ۱۵ تا میشه)





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    motorola V3 Razor in silver (its a nice phone, but you dont get alot of bang for your buck) i expected it to be a lot more high tech, but its just pretty to look at.

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    kojay in thread mesle on bood ke man shoroo kardam , vali khob shoma red wine hastin , man abjoo 3 darsad ham nistam , ok hamin ja filha ro UL mikonim

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    What Message Alert Do You Have On Your Phone??

    man inha ro daram , payda kardam baz ham mizaram bara load.
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    ba in chanta ham mishe khandid
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    mine is 6670



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    oho ina chi booooooooooooooodddddddddd kojash khande dasht????
    ki clipaye bamaze dareeeeeeeeeeeeee?????



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    lotfan chizaye khandaro bezar sare jash... missmop man dota postato bordam jash gozashtam...

    http://www.tapesh.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1823
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    نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


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    Quote Originally Posted by donsaeid
    lotfan chizaye khandaro bezar sare jash... missmop man dota postato bordam jash gozashtam...

    http://www.tapesh.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1823

    mersiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii shoma be man lotf darin .

    ama in clipha hamashon .3gp boodan ke mishe ro mobil save kard bara hamin gozashtam to in bakhsh
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    ha in maleh man khaly khoob bid...!


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    How to Get out of a Cellular Service Contract

    In the U.S., it can be easier to end a marriage than to leave a loveless relationship with Verizon or Cingular. No, you don't have to move to SIM card swapping Europe. Try these guerrilla tactics to get out of your service contract.

    Steps
    Be a squeaky wheel. Say you want out because the service isn't up to par. (And really, is it?) Then back that up by filing official complaints online with the Federal Trade Commission and the Better Business Bureau.
    Get a lemon. Get a known problematic phone, complain 3 times, be let out of a contract due to your local lemon law.
    Try a market-based fix. Some companies such as Celltradeusa.com match unhappy mobile customers with people who'd like to sign up - at a discount, of course. You'll pay a $20 fee to sell your contract on the block.
    Look for your provider to bury changes to Terms of Service with your bill. Quite often providers modify their service plans, much of the time the modification is a benefit. It doesn't matter, this voids the previous contract. Read the small print on those inserts included with your bill, it will spell out that you have 30 days (may vary on where you live) to cancel your contract with no charge simply because they changed the contract.
    Do a radical move. While potentially extreme, these solutions could free you of the contract:


    Get off the grid. Study your provider's coverage map and find a town (maybe in Alaska?) with absolutely no service. Then tell the company you're moving there. They're not legally required to cut you loose, but frustrated consumers have reported success.
    Join the army. If you are a member of the US Armed Services and you receive orders to somewhere the company doesn't provide service (it doesn't have to be Iraq) they are obligated to cancel your contract free of charge. Keep in mind, you'll have to provide a copy of your official orders. (However, if you're moving to Kenosha, WI and still want to get out of your contract, you can just black out the location and tell the provider you're being shipped to a CLASSIFIED location. It works.)
    Over use Free Roaming. Most phones come with free roaming now. But it's not actually free. The company pays it for you. So all you do is go to an area that is considered roaming (and when you have free nights or weekends) and place a long (5 hours?) phone call to "Moviefone" or something along those lines. You can also set your phone to only roam and instead of utilizing its own network it will search for others and utilize those. This will start adding up for them in the fees they have to pay to the service provider in that area and they will kick you out of the contract. Too bad.
    Try talking their language. Call up to complain about the lousy reception you've been getting ever since the end of that 30-day lock in period. Tell them that because they are no longer providing the same service for which you contracted, the contract is void and unenforceable; you just aren't gonna pay anymore, and forget that "penalty clause," because that's against the law in most states (check with a local attorney). Be persistent on this point. When they mention collections (and they will) use the words "abuse of process." In most states this will stop a cell company dead, because it means you will consider suing them for punitive damages if they do anything to affect your credit based on their (in your mind, void) contract. Again, check with a local attorney.
    Shrink your plan. As a last resort, cut back to the bare minimum the provider allows and drop any frills, like picture-messaging. Depending on the number of months you have left, this could be cheaper than paying the typically prorated termination fee, which can often run up to $300. However, at some cellular companies changing your plan, even to reduce it, may extend it for at least another year, so do the math first to make certain it will actually save you money.



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    Please be aware that some of these tactics may require deception on your part. You may wish to weigh the advantages of getting out of your contract against the value of a clear conscience.
    If you have a contract with "Unlimited Nights and Weekends", then anything that the carrier does, or doesn't do, to limit the number of minutes you could use during that period is a potential contract violation on the carrier's part. This might work if you consistently receive 'all circuits are busy now' messages or poorer reception than advertised on their coverage maps. Plus it has the added value of being the truth.



    Warnings
    Not all contracts provide free roaming. Make sure to check before placing a lengthy roaming call. If it's not free in your contract, it will cost you a fortune.
    Some carriers will charge you a hefty Early Termination Fee if they kick you off for excessive roaming. However, your insistence on satisfaction may help you avoid this charge.
    Remember; you haven't heard the last word until an executive or a court says you have.




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    How to Buy the Right Mobile Phone

    To buy the right cell (mobile) phone you will need to take a variety of factors into consideration. There are many cell phones available, and some are definitely better than others. Not all cell phones are intended for the same end user though.

    Steps
    If you plan on purchasing a cell phone at a discounted price by signing a contract with a mobile phone carrier, it is important to first choose the carrier. Factors to take into account when choosing a carrier are coverage, price, texting/web/multimedia plans, customer service ratings.
    Once you've determined a carrier, or if you will be purchasing an unlocked phone at full retail price, use a phone finder such as the one on Phone Scoop's website (listed in External Links).
    If you are a non-technical user (you want to use the cell phone exclusively as a phone, not a handheld game console or pocket-pc), then features such as a camera, mp3 ring tones, video playback and messaging are not needed.
    If you are a mid-range user, look at phones that have features such as a camera or mp3 ring tone support. Mid-range users tend not to purchase phones with multimedia players as these tend to add a significant cost increase.
    If you are a high-end user, look into features such as mp3 playback, support for trans-flash expansion cards, a camera over 1 megapixel, video playback, or bluetooth.
    Decide what you want, what you will use the phone for, and most importantly what kind of cell phone user you are.
    Consider the type of person you are. Ask yourself if you misplace things often or if you drop things often. Choose a cell phone that is covered by cell phone insurance. An additional fee is required per month but it will save you hundreds of dollars if your phone is lost, stolen or if there is any physical or liquid damage.



    Tips
    Purchase accessories from a corporate store of your cell phone provider because there is a separate warranty for them. If you buy a headset on the street for five dollars you can't take it back if it breaks. At a corporate store you may pay more but it can be exchanged through the warranty program for 1 full year. Always keep a receipt.



    Warnings
    Do not go out and "impulse buy" a cell phone. This will most likely result in purchasing a phone with too little/many features.
    Different phones give off different amounts of radiation, if you worry about that sort of thing.
    Different phones also get different reception, so you could have a carrier with really good service, but a phone with poor reception and sound quality! Check this out too.



    External Links
    Phone Scoop - mobile phone user/shopper/professional resource
    CNET Phone Reviews
    About.com Cellphones
    Mobiledia




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    tip:
    if you do not want to get into a contract, buying a phone at the dealer that is also the service provider will cost u much more, since u will be paying on a month to month basis and can get out anytime, i have found ebay to be great in finding the right phone from your service provider, but at a much cheaper cost, u just go with the hardware to the service provider and they hook u up either free or a small charge, it surely beats the high cost of a new phone in the store when u can beat it with a fraction of the cost online

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutcase View Post
    tip:
    Thx for tips :=) .




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