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yup, the Treo is kaput. To get it repaired, there is a $19.99 fee for the consultation call, plus $150+ to fix it. Not worth it, unfortunately. canadadrugcenter.com

The upside? I got a new phone. It's a Sony Ericsson T306 with spiffy color screen, polyphonic ringtones, and I even get a camera for it free with rebate... MoBlogging, here I come!

*runs off to download the Super Mario Bros. ringtone*

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Me jealous of the camera. I wanted one for my T68i, but $129 for the camera plus $.03 a kilobyte for data transfer (with my provider) is a bit too steep. Way cool technology, though...

transmitted by Mike on April 29, 2003 06:25 PM

Tell me how you like the phone, I've been considering one.

transmitted by Geoffrey on April 29, 2003 07:26 PM

hey that's a really cute phone. what carrier does it use?

transmitted by shirleyl on April 29, 2003 08:39 PM

Eek. I had problems with that phone when I demoed it out from TMobile. T68i too.

Shirleyl - you can get teh T300 for TMobile and the T306 for Cingular. Both the same phone (just different model number), same for the T68i.

transmitted by mike on April 29, 2003 08:57 PM

There's a Super Mario Bros. ring tone?! Crap, I may have to go back on my word and actually buy a cell phone...

transmitted by Mikey on April 29, 2003 10:06 PM

My brother programmed the theme from the original Legend of Zela into his old cell phone.

transmitted by :: jozjozjoz :: on May 1, 2003 02:03 PM

Er. Zelda even.

transmitted by :: jozjozjoz :: on May 1, 2003 02:03 PM

...though of course what you really want is Super Mario Brothers on the celphone; the ringtone alone seems like a tease :P

transmitted by Kevin on May 2, 2003 05:02 PM

Hello, I came across your site looking for info about the Sony Ericsson T306. I have that same phone. Check out this site, it has everything for the T306.

http://clubsonyericsson.com/en/resources.htm

The only catch is that in order for you to be able to obtain all the free stuff from this site you have to have a infered port on your computer, if you have one you are in business. Just download the Zip file, unzip, and then line you infered port on your phone with the port on your computer and send the file.

transmitted by ozzyoz on May 9, 2003 04:28 PM
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