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Wireless hi Present i dont have the 9500 mobile phone. I m planning to buy the new handset. I m concerned reagarding weather it supports the wireless internet also or not. Coz my main focus to buy this phone is for wireless internet services.. So u advice me

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I have 9500 and it does support wireless internet, but many people are having problems with it, so maybe you want to consider other option like E61 or Sony Ericsson P1. I don't actually know how they work, but I've tried 9500 and there are problems.

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