Excerpt: I am in the Computer Industry and this is just another inferior LG product. The only reason I have this phone is because it was the only free phone offered by Rogers at the time. Since the first day I owned the phone I noticed pressing one too many back buttons and the phone automatically tries to connected to the Internet. Secondly if I have an incoming call and try to pick up the phone and accidentally just touch the external buttons the phone disconnects the call.
Excerpt: Your basic phone. I didn't use this one for very long - it was given to me by a friend (who only used it for 3 mos previously) when my Motorola V220 died. I replaced it as soon as possible. It had a good feel, and loud ringtones, however reception was very weak and some bugs made it very difficult to use for me. By bugs, I'm referring to in-call volume. It was stuck at 3/6. You could go to the volume menu, change the volume for ringers, alarm, everything, just fine.
Excerpt: i had this phone for my first cell phone with cingular and i was really impressed, it worked like any cell phone should. only no impressed with the features desided to upgrade to the motorola razr! love that phone as well! but yeah the lg 1300 is a awesome little phone and would be great for a kids first cell phone, with texting and no dropped calls. nice mirror on the front. when i had it, it was like a rock..i dropped it a few times on conceate and barly scratched it!
Excerpt: When I first started using this phone I liked it. It was my first web graphics, poly ringtone phone. After I started using it, the phone would start beeping as if my battery was low, when it was fully charged and I had full reception. The volume buttons get pushed wayyyy to easily and it starts dinging and making noises in my pocket and in my purse. Voicemail alert pops on screen when I have no voicemails. I am looking for a new phone.
Excerpt: About 2 years ago got the C1300 for my wife and about 1 year ago got the C1300i for myself. Live near Atlanta, GA and do alot of traveling to New England and to Texas. Use these things constantly and we are very pleased with them. Eventually we'll upgrade (wouldn't mind having more features like "camera" & "blue tooth") but at the time of purchase these were fantastic, have never had problems with dropped call.
Excerpt: This phone got a nice screen and that is all. Extremely fragile, poor call quality, no signal power, no outer display, too small, buttons hard to hit, etc etc etc Pros: Decent Screen Cons: Poor Call Quality Poor Reception Too Fragile Poor Battery Life Crappy Design Too Small
Excerpt: This phone is crap. You lose your calls all the time it drops, it always says not available or emergency use only. It breaks your conversation constantly like a broken record. You can hear the other person but they can't hear you or vise versa. The ring tones are terrible. Sometimes it just rings and don't stop so you have to take the battery out LoL. DUMB CHEAP BORING PHONE!! I was so disappointed, it's a total rip off.
Excerpt: To quote another review... "dropped calls are a function of where you are and who your provider is--NOT YOUR PHONE." Get a better provider. The phone has little to do with dropped calls... this weighs almost soley on the provider. YES... phone does matter, but not as much as provider. I've sold dozens of this phone. I've not had one come back yet for any warranty issue. Excellent, durable, CHEAP, flip phone. Needs speaker phone. Thats about my only problem with it.
Excerpt: The biggest warning I will give you about this phone is that in stock photos it may appear to have a front window that looks like Caller ID - It's not, but simply houses a little light that blinks when ringing or if you have a voice mail. It does have smaller keys, which could mean a harder time dialing for some people. Otherwise it was very durable phone, I dropped it a couple of times and it still worked fine.