Excerpt: I bought my Ericsson T10 on ebay for about £26.00.I was fed up with Nokias and wanted a little diffrent as ta the time the Nokia 3310 was my only phone.I was first considering a Bosch and thendecided the T10 would be better for me as it has a few more features and a little smaller than the Bosch. I recieved the Ericsson T10 without a mark on it.The phone was hard to navigate my way through the menu at first as i was used to Nokia's menu system.
Excerpt: ...and the blue and purple ones are not particularly pleasant either. However, having got a more sober looking grey one about a year ago I have had a year's worth of use on the one2one network, and not felt embarrased about carrying it around. On the plus side, this phone has a cover over the keys meaning that it'll never accidentally call someone when in your pocket or bag.
Pros: Cheap, easy to use, good looking, make your own ringtones
Excerpt: The Ericsson T10 is probably the smallest Ericsson mobile available on the market. It has got a flip up, flip down cover to protect the keypad, which I think is quite clever. Unfortunately though, because the mobile telephone is so small, it has got a very small screen, it has only got one line for viewing text. It has got a talk time of up to four hours and a standby time of up to sixty-five hours.
Excerpt: The Ericsson T10 in my opinion is not as smart as it first appears. It has its good points such as a flip to stop you accidentally dialing numbers you don’t want to while it is in a pocket or bag, it is small and compact, lightweight, easy to use, it vibrates :) , and has a good selection of features. However, its got a mind of its own. After having mine a few months it kept turning itself off. My friend also got one and his did exactly the same.
Pros: The look, flip, its small, features
Cons: Its got a mind of its own ! Keeps turning itself off .
Excerpt: This is probably the best value for money phone around. I purchased a blue Ericsson T10s last month and have been very happy with it since. It has many functions and features including a calculator, own melodies and it has a vibrating option. The screen is clear and is very detailed. The phone is small and has a flip, the flip does not however activate phone calls. The downside to the phone is that it is hard to write text messages.
Excerpt: The Ericsson T10's is really to expensive as fisrt of all the phone seems to have an old phone look to it. The keypad looks very old and I found the phone difficult to navigate through. The screen is really small and the phone lacks features. Ringtone Composer This is very complicated and it takes ages. Vibration Alert can be used either with a ringtone or without. Its ideal if you wish to still recieve calls without having the phone use a ringtone.
Excerpt: This op will be a short one as i don't have much to say about it. My uncle has this phone and got rid of it after he saw what a bad phone is was. It has a very low range of features. When they advertise this phone they advertise that this phone has a ringtone composer. This feature is way to overrated. This composer takes ages and it is hard to find out the ringtone numbers. This phone does have SMS and you can ring people but can't every phone do that.
Cons: horrible to look at and has no good features
Excerpt: This budget option from Ericcson is not really all its cracked up to be. It may be small and stylish and come in a range of bright colours but that is all it really has going for it. Despite its small size it is suprisingly heavy, weighing around 150g (compared to 91g for the Nokia 3310)and the non-active flip is fairly fragile and prone to snapping off.
Pros: small, stylish
Cons: non user freindly menu, small screen, fragile flip, poor standby time
Excerpt: I havn't got this phone myself but my mate has it and when i first saw it i thought it was a classic product. It was small, light, and came in lots of rather funky colours! but more to the point, i used this phone and thought reception was amazing, all in all i thought this was a very cool phone on top of the fact it was pay as you go. Good points about this phone: sexy, small the usual, clear reception etc.......
Excerpt: I have had an Ericsson T10s for just over a year now, and on the whole have been pleased with it. It is small, light and very easy to use on the plus side, but there are some disadvantages that need to be kept in mind if you are thinking of buying one. Firstly there are the colours they come in - while some might seem a fun idea in the shop, do you really want to be seen with a barbie pink phone in public???