Excerpt: It was the summer of 2003... I was staying with my dad who happens to live in the worst neighborhood in San Francisco: Hunters Point. One night I was driving home in my Dad's pick-up truck. I was waiting at a red light, when two young men approach the truck, one on each side. All of a sudden they had both jumped in and pushed me into the middle collom. I was so frightened, I didn't know what to do. "Shut the F*** UP, YOUR GOING TO COME WITH US BITCH!" The driver yelled.
Excerpt: Even though this phone is out-dated, it has served me well for the past two years. It is user friendly, appealing to the eyes, and INDESTRUCTABLE. This phone has been abused badly, and it works just as well as it did the day that I got it. I just purchased another Ericsson phone because I know I can depend on them for a quality product.
Excerpt: Speaking as a service technician for a major player in the cell market, this phone is the WORST phone I have ever taken apart. battery life is the only up side, but it's connectivity to the system is horrendous.
Excerpt: This is Ericsson's first attempt at a CDMA phone... but sadly it's not a particularly good one. The handset itself is relatively large and quite heavy, though fortunately it does look reasonably "business like" in black. The worst aspects are the audio quality, the limited screen size and text input methods for sending SMSs. While outgoing audio is OK, the received audio sounds very tinny and distorted through the handsets own ear-piece.