Posted by sean on February 1, 2007 at 9:50 am in Mobile Phones with No Comments


… Or rather I haven’t.

My mobile phone charger has died after a long battle with “loose connection syndrome”. Last night it finally decided it was no longer going to charge the battery on my Nokia 6280, and no amount of twisting and adjusting of the cable would get it working. In the end, I pulled the plug on the damn thing – literally. It is now completely broken and in the bin, soon to be collected by the Bath & North East Somerset refuse team.

I’ve had a mobile phone for over seven years now, and this is one of the worst possible times for this to happen. Due to the flat move, I am receiving daily telephone calls from landlords, agencies, Sky, etc – it’s really maddening. To add to my frustration, I have a collection of OLD Nokia phone chargers, acquired over many years of Nokia phone ownership – NONE of these work.

Last night I ordered a replacement, it was late and I was very tired and extremely frustrated. I did something stupid. I ordered a charger for the Nokia 6230, not 6280. Now I have yet ANOTHER old style charger making its way to me in the post!

Luckily a colleague is allowing me to re-energise my phone with his charger. Hopefully that’ll give my mobile enough juice until the time I can order the correct charger and get it delivered. If not, blood will be spilt.

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