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I am looking for a web application that can backup, sync my mobile phone contacts.

[Nokia, Symbian OS, S60]

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which mobile phone platform do you use? that would be so helpful. – Fosco Oct 2 '10 at 21:55
@Fosco Nokia, Symbian OS, S60 – igor Oct 2 '10 at 22:18
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For Nokia phone, just use Ovi Contacts. It has a web and a Symbian client (comes pre-installed on S60v5 and higher). And best of all, it's free. I

t integrates well with my phone (I have an X6), for example allowing me to call someone either from my phone's memory, my SIM card, or my Ovi collection.

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+1 it works. it simple. i think, nokia knows better about her products. thanks. – igor Oct 3 '10 at 20:44

For my iPhone, I use Google Sync, which works flawlessly. If you go to the Google Sync homepage, you'll see that they also have Contacts sync for Nokia S60. I would recommend trying Google Sync out.

This will sync your contacts with Gmail's contacts, so you can even access them through any web browser.

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I use Symbian as well and would vouch for Google sync for contacts. Its definitely even better than Ovi IMO. – thunderror Oct 3 '10 at 7:15
aaaah..google will soon take over the world! :) +1 thank you. – igor Oct 3 '10 at 20:41

I use a backup service called http://www.forgotyourphone.com/

It backed up all of my contacts, BBM Pins and appointments.

Forgot Your Phone is a reliable and user friendly way of storing your mobile phone contacts, email addresses, appointments and notes. With a FREE online account you are able to access this information anytime, anywhere!

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I use this for my Nokia n93 (s60v3).

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