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india is 220v 50hz, might need an adaptorIloveskin2skin wrote: ↑Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:36 pm
WTF! Mobiles are not charged by AC so that is total bollocks.CPbare1 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 15, 2020 5:25 pmindia is 220v 50hz, might need an adaptorIloveskin2skin wrote: ↑Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:36 pmWhere did you buy it from mate and cos it was an Indian import how was you able to charge it here in the UK?
Go to argos and buy yourself a dual sim phone. £50 quid tops. If you want a higher spec pay more.
yeah. mine does, but they used to have a separate charger. Dunno how old the phone he mentioned. not a phone geekndrw1962 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:24 am
Got it off eBay, charges on a normal usb lead, it is a Samsung Galaxy star gt s5282 and at the time dual sim in the UK were hard to get hold of, over the years I have seen many import models advertised but they all work in the UK, if they don't, at least on eBay you have some reclaim.Iloveskin2skin wrote: ↑Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:36 pm
It was probably my first "smart" phone and bigger than my Nokia 8200, so apps etc were not of interest, now I have really got into using a smart phone, I use Whatsapp, Google maps, Facebook messenger & Livescore, there are a few others that I use, like the Trainline, but they are the main ones.
I still have a few 8200's as well as a Motorola 8500 in the loft somewhere, my first mobile was a Panasonic desktop transportable, it cost £1,200 in Feb 1988 and was a split box that I had fitted in my XJS, part of the box slid into a frame in the boot, the handset plugged into a hands free box in the car.
PS The Samsung Galaxy Star gt s5282 is NOT recommended as a full time smart phone, but is a great burner phone for text, sms & Whatsapp.
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