M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby izani » Fri Mar 13, 2009 4:48 pm

Just get it from NZ, Sing, HK. All legally unlocked version and way cheaper. I've help a few MAS cabin crew to get one here in Auckland... :mrgreen:

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby twchen » Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:33 pm

The RM155 Package look worth it. Somehow is still too expensive.
But but but .. can't support garmin map for GPS. :cry: :cry:

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby twchen » Mon Mar 30, 2009 9:12 pm

Apple Store Start Selling Contract-free iPhone 3G in US ....
http://www.slashphone.com/apple-store-s ... -us-285190

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby izani » Tue Mar 31, 2009 4:15 am

iPhone 3rd Gen is coming. :thumbsup:

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby HARL » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:01 pm

3 reason...

1. The price :fire:
2. No Garmin Supported :tease: only got google maps
3. I'm using Celcom hehehe..:-({|=

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby keong8260 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:54 pm

HARL wrote:3 reason...

1. The price :fire:
2. No Garmin Supported :tease: only got google maps
3. I'm using Celcom hehehe..:-({|=


Then you got to wait for Nuvifone or http://www.malfreemaps.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1351 =P~

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby YFY » Tue May 19, 2009 7:39 pm

For the price tag and NO Garmin support it is not that useful to me. It is a good touch phone but I am looking at HTC Diamond2 or HTC Touch Pro2 (Both just released). They are not cheap but have got good touch feature. The Pro2 even has a folded Keyboard. Only thing is it is using WinMobile 6.1 and I had been informed that you can upgrade to v6.5 later. If v7.0 comes out it will be a fantastic phone. Most importantly is that it supports Garmin & MFM.

iPhone is also too costly to maintain. Subs is high and if you like the many programs offered, you can download and use but will have to pay & pay. There are of course some free programs too.

I have always enjoyed using WM phone. Now, using MIO A700 with Garmin Que 2.9, GPSProxy 2.2c2 and using combined MSM & MFM Maps. Works great and most important Garmin GPS and MFM Maps are supported and it is free even when you update. Try using the GPS in iPhone and you will have to pay and pay and also as you upgrade. Besides GPS you can do a great deal more if you use most of the windows features. Lots of programs and many are FOC. Hope the v7.0 comes out soon. Just my 2 cents worth. :)

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby skylai » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:49 am

http://mobile88.com/news/index02.asp
March 13, 2009
TM to unveil access terms for high-speed broadband
Telekom Malaysia Bhd is set to reveal next Monday all the terms and conditions of access to the high speed broadband (HSBB) network that it is building for industry players.

Maxis' iPhone, DiGi's 3G set to spice up market
THE official arrival of iPhone this week has made some people excited. The unveiling of the iPhone just a week ahead of DiGi's 3G launch may just be an opportune time to make sure people get themselves locked into Maxis' network.

March 11, 2009
Maxis bringing in the iPhone
Rumour, chatter, gossip has been hitting the blogosphere for the last few days about the iPhone. And it looks like the iPhone might just be hitting Malaysia

Maxis bringing in the iPhone
Rumour, chatter, gossip has been hitting the blogosphere for the last few days about the iPhone. And it looks like the iPhone might just be hitting Malaysia

Maxis bringing in the iPhone
Rumour, chatter, gossip has been hitting the blogosphere for the last few days about the iPhone. And it looks like the iPhone might just be hitting Malaysia
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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby limyc » Sun Jun 21, 2009 7:48 pm

friends

err r ... . the google map run from the 3g network and it is incurring cost to the user. anyway, the iphone is still a great product and so is mfm !

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Re: M'sia Iphone is out. By Maxis

Postby limyc » Mon Jun 29, 2009 6:17 pm

the gps locator ripple in the map mode is really useful to show where you are while piloting in urban areas.


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