I have a Nokia 2600 Classic that you provided to me many years ago. It has been my favourite handset of all time. Unfortunately, it fell out of my pocket a few weeks ago and when I realised and went back to get it, it had been damaged - probably a car ran over it and seems to have damaged the button that controls the power on/off feature. It was in a carry-case, so it is not too bad otherwise.
It did turn on once and I could scroll through menus, so I know the memory is not damaged, nor is the screen. But a friend who was trying to help wanted to know the model number, so we took the cover off and battery out and since then, I cannot get it to turn on again.
I went to a local repair shop, but they don't know what to do with it.
Can anyone at Virgin Repair Centre access the memory in this model? Or can Nokia get access to the memory? It occurs to me that if MI5 or the FBI wanted my contacts as a matter of national security - they'd soon get them - so surely there is a way.
Ideally - I'd love to have the same handset forever - so if you have any in stock that would also be a plus to me! I am using a spare phone we had at home, but it just isn't as nice in my opinion.
Proud Virgin Customer since 1995 (or thereabouts!)
I'm really sorry to hear of the damage to your Nokia. So we can get this sorted for you, give us a call on 789 or 0345 6000 789. Our team on the phone can check to see if we can bring the phone in for repair.