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Top Reviewer Ranking: 562,951 - Total Helpful Votes: 73 of 75
30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hero H7300 HD7 Pro Dual Sim, 27 Mar 2012
For some time now I've been looking for a good, dual sim, Android phone with a large screen that will support 3G-2100Mhz as well as all the standard UK and foreign mobile phone networks. My wife and I frequently travel abroad, where we have to remove our UK sims. This is because when called from the UK, you have to pay for the privilege of receiving the call and this can get really expensive. With this phone we can have our Spanish "Hits Mobile" sim and a UK sim, on which you can leave a message to call the other number when you're abroad.

It's an unfortunate fact that our UK Service Providers don't advertise, the fact that there are good unlocked dual sim phones… Read more
MAPLIN HYBRID RECHARGEABLE C BATTERY 3000mAh 2 PAC&hellip by N/A
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Please be careful... the photo's shown are for "AA" and "AAA" batteries but the description is for Type "C" and that's what you'l get.
TomTom GO LIVE 750 Sat Nav (discontinued by manufa&hellip by TomTom
42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars TomTom 750, 21 May 2011
Hi, Like many people I have just been through the mill with regard to buying a new Satnav. For the past five years I've been happily using my TomTom Go 300 on a fairly old map but with so many advances in technology and the high price of maps, there comes a time (usually just after some birthday money comes your way) that you make the excuse to update and start searching for the best option.

It was April of 2011 when I started my search, the new go live range was in the shops but much to expensive for my pocket, ranging from 250 for the 1000 regional to 300 for the top of the range 1005 Europe. Someone had told me that the features available on this range had been reduced… Read more

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