Network operator O2 has launched its latest XDA-brand smartphone just a couple of months after it released the second generation XDA Orbit onto the market. O2_XDA_Atmos_2 O2's XDA Atmos: HSDPA accelerated O2's new XDA is the quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge Atmos, which also is also capable UMTS 3G connections and HSDPA high-speed …
O2? O2 Online?? Bad website??? Surely not.
Their website hasn't been updated to include this new wonder-phone?
Their website hasn't been updated since 2001 by the look/feel/pant-ness of it.
Yay for O2 Online!!
Yeah, I honestly think I could do a better job. It's still the same as it was when it was Genie.. someone needs to tell them.
T-mobile on the other hand.. nice site.
Yes, I remember...
Yes Andrew, not only do I remember but I've still got my Oric Atmos in the cupboard complete with printer and cassette based games. Wrote my first database application on it but loading and saving an array from tape was stupily tedious.
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