I love that I don't have to buy expensive cords and headphones.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I got this phone in 2009 for an early birthday present when my old phone died. I loved how pretty it is and the fact that I can use the USB cord I had for my MP3 player, as well as my headphones because my MP3 player also cracked out and I needed a music player. I bought a memory card for it and it is a good little music player. My only problem with is is the fact that it has a bad tenancy to overheat when it's in my pocket.
The MotoEM330 has good features and great receptions so far.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I just got the Moto Em330 5 days ago. I use to work for cingular so I am very familiar w/cell phones. I had a samsung before this one and it broke in 2 peice so i had to get a new phone and after looking on line it had the best price for the best features that I wanted..1.3 mega pix, fm radio, spot for extra memory, bluetooth, mp3 player, and mirror. lol the mirrors is not a must.. So far the pro's are: The camera is good for a cell camera.
Excerpt: I first acquired a Motorola phone about a year ago. I was changing from my previous service provider, which was Verizon. I am now with ATT. The phone I had before the Motorola was a Samsung. I was a good phone, but the Motorola is so much better. It has good reception, so I very rarely have a dropped call. The phone was free when I signed up, so that was great.
Summary: Phone works like a champ. It is lightweight, small, and easy to use. I volunteer in a National Forest and this phone is my outdoor phone. It has great reception in some very rural areas. Phone volume is good, and texting works good. It's much lighter than flip phones I had years ago. Downside: The internet function is very minimal, but obviously, that's not what I bought it for. The phone book function is limited.
Summary: I first got this phone in May 2009, but lost it at Target in August 2009. When I lost my Pantech Impact (sense a theme? Heh) last month, I replaced it with another one of these. I adore it. The T9 system is different than most phones and is annoying at first, but once you get the hang of it it is very fast and easy. The phone is sleek.
Summary: So Far so good. It is both an unlocked phone, and and official AT&T phone so all of the features mesh well with AT&T service. My last unlocked phone had some minor problems (such as being unable to update and sync the time and carrier.)I have not yet used the music player.
Pros: Easy Navigation, Good Button Configuration, Great Battery Life, Opens Easily
Summary: I travel overseas, so an unlocked phone is essential. Although branded, it was indeed unlocked and works fine with my SIM. I like that it is capable of detecting the band frequency on its own -- no need to reset it when I travel. I also like the FM radio built into it.
Pros: Auto-detection of band, Auto-update for datetime, Easy Buttons and Controls, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Strong Signal
Summary: The phone has a built in FM radio. The sound quality is decent. The battery cover is flimsy. I hate the way it makes noise when you silence it, change the ring volume or turn it on. Its like having a phone that says, "Hey! Look at me! I have a cell phone!" I don't text or use the thing for anything other than calling. I needed a new phone, and needed something basic. I use the radio at the gym to hear what the TVs are playing.