Using cookie-maintained sessions, the browser on a N73 will stop sending cookies for a domain after it receives a HTTP 302 redirect from that domain. This is the case for both absolute and relative url redirects.

This is in the UK and tested on both O2 and Vodafone networks, however, where it gets bizzare is that this bug is present with all: O2 Wap, O2 Mobile Web, Vodafone Live yet works with Vodafone GPRS.
I know the networks aren't stripping out HTTP Cookie headers as it would be beyond belief. So Im assuming this is a Nokia bug, Im just wondering if any firmware patch fixes it. And also if this bug is present in any other N-series phone