Then you should have threatened to cancel to get a better deal.piratetigger said:Just out of interest how much did they charge you to upgrade? They wanted £80 of me (I am on a £25 tariff), but if you were a new customer on the same tariff they only wanted £30
Can't agree about the Camera.. how is it dire?? I just downloaded all my photos from a weekend away and they are really good quality. Got a couple of good videos as well.chrisc0le said:funny i phoned last monday and upgraded to a e900 was told they where arriving on wednesday and lo & behold on thursday it was delivered to my work. i sent it back yesterday as the cancel button is VERY annoying and yes it needs to be on the top not the bottom plus the GUI is slow after a few key presses it needs a second or two to catch up.. buggy and bad design on the cancel button imo. apart from that its ok. i'm going for a k800i i think as the camera ( the only gadget on a phone i use after the first month ) on the e900 is dire.
Focus is fine on mine. Maybe you had a duff one.chrisc0le said:focus is bad, shutter lag is awfull click the button hear the sound see the pic frozen on the screen then a sec later you see the actual pic it took a few ms later. that imo makes for a shocking camera.
my old k750 is much better ( untill the slider broke ).
juglandblues said:O2 quoted me £120 to upgrade to the k800i. I only spend £19 a month but still thought it was unfair. 5 minutes haggling with retentions and they gave me £40 off it and 2 months line rental refunded so long as i moved up to the £30 tariff. All in all i paid £19.99 for my phone
Its annoying how they can find different deals for different customers. The mobile market is that big you would think they would be itching to keep customers happy