Camera on GTA02
marc.js.verwerft at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 15:20:41 CEST 2007
On 7/24/07, AVee <openmoko-comunity at avee.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 July 2007 01:21, Giles Jones wrote:
> > On 24 Jul 2007, at 00:09, Nkoli wrote:
> > Nokia are a brand, along with Samsung and Sony Ericsson they own the
> > market. It's unrealistic to think this phone can get huge market
> > share. Simply because you won't have the major operators selling them
> > on contract.
> > Until operators are pushing them and people know what the brand means
> > (ie, reputation) it's going to be a phone for people in the know.
> I'm not sure about the rest of europe, but in the Netherlands it's fairly
> normal to go to a shop and purchase whatever phone you want together with
> whatever contract you want. The phone shop will simply get a provision for
> each contract sold and use this to discount the phones they sell. This
> results in lists like this: http://www.gsmweb.nl/tmobile/index_toestel.htm
> You really don't need anything from an operator to get on that list, when
> there is demand for a phone it will can be sold both with and without
> contracts. Overhere FIC needs to get these resellers on board, not the
> OpenMoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
Same in Belgium. We have the 3 big operators (Proximus, Base,
Mobistar) who have their own network. Besides that we have approx. 30
virtual operators (who rent from the 3 above).
None of them will refuse a phone to hook up to their network.
Guess this also counts as 'free' :-)
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