Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Value for money 8
The good, the bad and the ugly.
11 February 2012
Excerpt: "I bought the Blackberry Curve 9300 after listening to all of my friends rave about it for about 3hours. The phone I had at the time was fine, there was nothing wrong with it, but I fancied a new phone - and what better phone than a phone that everyone was raving about. It was quite expensive I thought for a phone, as it was £100, but then again my friends had said that the features and quality of the phone reflected the price. So, after a long and ...
Pros: Great range applications, Fantastic design, BBM, Super security
Cons: Very difficult set - up, Appalling battery life and I suffered terrible technical problems
Excerpt: "...in the past year, the Blackberry Bold, this phone (Blackberry Curve) and the iphone 4. I have to say all phones have their own pro's and con's, and for price alone I would say this one is probably the best value for money. For general calls and texts this is a great phone, however if you're looking for a more app enabled phone I have to say the range of apps available on this one aren't great. Don't get me wrong the phone still provides ...
Pros: Not too fragile, 3G so signal is better, can get pretty cheap contract deals with this phone
Cons: Camera's grainy, internet can be slow at times, crashes now and again, keyboard is loud to type with
Excerpt: "The blackberry curve 9300 is a very stylish phone, it has many useful features such as: Blackberry Messenger Facebook Twitter Blackberry App World You Tube. There i was, standing in The Carphone Warehouse thinking what phone would like next, then I saw the 9300, I asked about what contracts I could get it on and the employee gave me a list of tariffs, I jumped at the opportunity when he said £20pm, that was giving you unlimited texts, 200mins, ...
Excerpt: "...have various apps, and the Blackberry Curve 9300 could not provide me with these. There were a few games, however none of them were really "fun," in my opinion. Some of the apps were nice, but I still was looking for more. Another good thing about this phone was that various themes can be downloaded to change up the look for the phone. In closing, my only problems with this phone were the trackpad and lack of fun apps. Otherwise, I had no problems ...
Pros: phone size and keyboard are nice
Cons: deteriorates over time, not much to do on it .
Excerpt: "...but he has connected his Blackberry Bold as easily to that router as I connected mine to my home network. Weighing in at 104g it is lightweight for a smartphone, not really feeling that much heavier than the Samsung slider phone I had previously. It is about the same length when the slider was open (approx 10cm) and is 5.5cm wide. This is still narrow enough to fit in the phone pocket in my handbag. Visually it looks professional and ...
Pros: Compact smartphone with some useful features
Cons: Not as intuitive as I expected, fiddly keypad
Excerpt: "...Although in my opinion the Blackberry OS isnt the best in the world, somehow it just works. I have our work calendar, emails, social accounts and more all linked into this phone. With the addition of BBM, it makes it a brilliant phone. It is also a very durable phone, and an incredibly small one. Its ideal for anyone as a work phone. The Curve 9300 includes other useful features such as UMA - this means if you have no signal, the phone can use WiFi ...
Pros: Fantastic Battery Life, Durable, Simple to Use
Summary: reat little Phone its my second one I like it best as it saves all previous txt msg so when i do get contacted by a client I know straight away whats been said and where I am up to with them. Easy to use buttons and small enough to fit in my inside pocket.
Excerpt: "== My experience with Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 == I have had this phone for the past year and a half and I can't say I've had a better phone. Althought they are usually compared to I-phones I can say they're less fuss than yet still have a lot of features and benefits which I found very useful. I even like this phone so much after recently losing my grey Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 I decided not to bother upgrading but to get the same phone in Pink. ...
Pros: Loads of apps, good value, easy to customize, durable, easy to use
Excerpt: "== Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 == === Introduction === Previously I had a Samsung Tocco Lite which I bought due to my old phone broke after mistakenly been put in the washing machine, the Tocco didn't last for long either when i dropped it in my drink. I got the phone replaced with my insurance deal but the Tocco didn't even last a year before the touch screen ended up freezing. So overall I dont have much luck with phones, due to my ...
Excerpt: "...Wi-Fi and was the first blackberry to have 3G connection so yes, it sounds like it might be a good phone. The phone itself is pretty straight forward to set up, there's even a set up wizard which guides you through all the steps for setting up your emails on the phone to the Wi-Fi___33. Even after all that is set up, which is probably the hardest part of using the phone, everything else is pretty much straight forward. When I got this phone back ...
Pros: BBM; instant emails; size; weight
Cons: Slow internet with limited webpages that actually work; battery life; apps; memory; camera