on 14-01-2013 21h52
I have a Nokia Lumia 610 mobile phone which runs on Windows 7.5.
When and if will there be a BT SmartTalk version to suit...?
22-01-2013 23h11 - edited 23-01-2013 9h47
you need to contact the mods
on 23-01-2013 5h40
imj's link has gone phut. This is it: BT Care Team.
on 23-01-2013 9h34
We checked this for you and I can confirm that we will not be investing in making BT SmartTalk compatible for Windows 7 Mobile, but we’re keeping a close eye on the uptake of Windows Mobile 8.
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on 24-01-2013 18h13
Thank you for your response. Pretty disappointed that BT will not be making a Windows 7.5 version available.
Looks like the minority lose out again. Always thought BT was for everyone.
on 02-02-2013 18h53
Also disappointed with BT for not making the app for Windows Phone 7.5. What I don't understand is that they can make a BT WiFi App for Windows Phone 7.5 which I have on my phone, but can't do the same for the BT SmartTalk App as I wouldn't think that there would be much difference between Windows Phone 7.5 (soon to be 7.8) and Windows Phone 8 which they might consider in the future.
on 12-02-2013 19h15
As I hav a Lumia 800 on windows 7.8 on contract for the next year I am pretty unhappy that BT is not writing a smart talk app for windows 7.8
on 29-03-2013 1h14
Using Nokia Lumia 800 with WP 7.5 soon to be 7.8
Not amused that BT should make this available to some customers and not to others
We all pay the same bills
on 29-03-2013 1h22
You are obviously not keeping that close an eye on WP uptake or you would see it has increased market share four fold in the last 12 month.
With the uptake of Windows 8, the penetration of Xbox in the home, and Nokia's worldwide distibution setup; windows phone is expected to have around 50% of market share by 2015 (Android the other 50)
People are getting wise to the Apple hype, fur coat and no knickers, as the expression goes.