Nokia 6800

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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If you've been lugging around a vintage Remington typewriter everywhere you go--and let's face it, who hasn't?--it's time to check out the Nokia 6800 mobile phone. In addition to all the standard features such as customizable ring tones and games, the 6800 opens horizontally into a full keyboard. This is great news not only if you're working from the road, but if a million-dollar book or screenplay idea strikes you while you're traveling and you simply can't get to your laptop (or a cocktail napkin) in time to jot down your premise.

The Nokia 6800 also comes with full multimedia messaging (MMS) so you can send and receive correspondence away from your office. If you have an entire distribution list to e-mail, no problem--the 6800 can handle it. And the phone's SyncML feature lets you keep all your machines up to date by remotely synching their data with the info in your Nokia.

Free Yourself Up with the Nokia 6800

Unlocked GSM phones are the wave of the future, so it's time to climb aboard the bandwagon. GSM phones afford you all the same premium features you're used to with your current phone, only now you're free to use them from anywhere in the world. And the best part is, you're still charged for local usage since GSM phones are united under one worldwide standard.

Buying an unlocked phone may require a bit more money up front, but in the long run you will unquestionably save money. You'll also get the added convenience of keeping your current cell phone number so that friends, family, and co-workers can reach you no matter where you are. And they won't have to memorize 15 digits to reach you in Africa, Asia, Australia, or anywhere else you may be traveling.


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