Summary: I recently upgraded my old Motorola phone to an Ericsson T18s and must say I am very pleased I did. My phone account is a bill phone, orange everyday 50 plan top be exact so I was able to obtain this phone for £25 as an upgrade. The phone itself is small and compact with a flip top front. This alone made it worth whilte for me as I had a habit of ringing people up by accident on my previous phone by knocking the buttons. This phone protects you from that.
Excerpt: "Ok, I'm a bit biased here probably, since I almost exclusively ever used Ericsson. I started off with mobile phones about 8 years ago with the GH198 (in case you don't remember those, that was the one with the antennae (sp?) that FOLDED up and down on the side of the handset! I went on to the GH337 - the first one in the style of the more recent one's like the A1018, and that one was a revolution in it's time - small, long battery life and packed ...
Summary: Ok, I'm a bit biased here probably, since I almost exclusively ever used Ericsson. I started off with mobile phones about 8 years ago with the GH198 (in case you don't remember those, that was the one with the antennae (sp?) that FOLDED up and down on the side of the handset! I went on to the GH337 - the first one in the style of the more recent one's like the A1018, and that one was a revolution in it's time - small, long battery life and packed with functions.
Summary: I have had my T18s for about 2 months now i think it is a brilliant phone its small, its lite, its practical, it vibrates, it does everything that i want a phone to do except go on the internet or transport me across the world at light speed. I find it very usefull when out and about on my bike as with a holder the phone can be answered by just talking to it and using the neat little hands free kit with it.
Summary: Many phones today are getting smaller, some too small, the T18 is my phone that I use for work, it is light and fits straight into the pocket. The flip protects it from dialling whilst in your pocket so no messing around locking the keypad. Has a strong vibrate so no annoying ringtones in meetings etc just make your excuses and no one need know youve gone to answer your phone .
Summary: I've had my Ericsson T18s (on Orange) for over a month now and I love it to bits. It's small, it look the business and it is full of useful features (e.g voice dialing and vibra-call). The call clarity (on Orange at least) is amazing compared to my old phone (A Philips C12 / Genie on Cellnet) and the battery life is much, much better. Drawbacks ?
Excerpt: "I got my T18 when I upgraded my existing brick like phone with Orange. I had to wait 2 weeks for delivery & a new Sim Card but the phone itself is excellent. It is small and compact with a flip top which automatically answers incoming calls. There are loads of features available such as Divert, Quick dial, Text Messaging, Phone Book, Calculator and my favourite, Voice Dialling. With voice dialling you can assign up to 10 numbers that recognise ...
Pros: Voice Dialling
Cons: Sometimes freezes momentarily while pressing the keypad
Summary: I've owned my Ericsson T18s for just over a month now. After changing from the Motorola c520/d520, the Ericsson appears the best things since sliced bread! The feature list for this phone goes on and on. You get a good choice of ring tones built in, and can store 4 others. You can either compose these yourself, or cheat and copy them from the internet. (A good site for this is mobilemelodies.com).
Pros: Small; loads of features; it vibrates!
Cons: Easily lost; flap feels vulnerable, though actually isn't
Excerpt: "I recently upgraded from an Ericsson PH768 and was very happy with the difference!! This phone is nice and small, but the buttons are not at all fiddly which is very good......I haven't got around to setting up all the voice activated features, but I do appreciated the voice activated answering or rejecting feature, as I have a month old baby, and it means I can have my hands free kit on and answer (or not!) the phone without having to touch the ...
Summary: I brought my t18 about 4 months ago and had no problems. thebattery lasts well if charged correctly. But apart from that i have ahd no problems. The t18 in all is an excellent buy packed with features, especailly the voice recognition feature life saver for when i cannot be bothered to dial, though only 10 voice labels i find not enough I also recieved a cash back from carphone which brought my chatboard the best gadget ever.