Excerpt: I'm not a phone geek. I don't text. I don't make a lot of calls. But I always have my phone and I count on it to work. This phone did what I needed in a sturdy, compact form. I've owned this phone for years - I've been using cellular since the analog days.
Pros: Slim size, Long stand-by time, Camera does pics and video, Nothing to break - no hinges, no antenna
Cons: No longer available :-(, Won't work on CDMA, so I hafta use a svc that won't work in my home., Hafta pay extra for everything! Texting, web surfing, software to download pics/videos taken, even the games...
Excerpt: i had this phone given by my brother a year ago. at first, i thought that it was very sensitive because of having this very-thin-10.9mm-thickness body. but as months gone by, my phone is still at it's best! everything about it is really worth the money spent!
Excerpt: My RAZR broke (screen went black), so I was forced to buy an unlocked phone since my Cingular contract had 1 year left. I picked this guy up from Tiger Direct for $115 unlocked. One thing to note - if you buy the unlocked version, pick up the quad-band.
Excerpt: I pretty much agree with everyone else, it's great little phone and at $50 off ebay I really can't argue. The form factor alone is the reason I keep it, it's so unoticable in my bag or pocket. Anyway, a few things people are overlooking.
Excerpt: My Nokia 8390 was getting old and I was planning an extensive road trip in France and the UK so I thought I'd buy a new unlocked quad-band GSM phone and then buy a SIM card for use in Europe. I found L6's on E-Bay for just over $100 that were quad-band phones..
Excerpt: Rural Cingular user- Pros- Long battery life when used as a PHONE Small / thin USB plug instead of big 'snap in' plugs that are bulky and won't stay plugged in (like Nokia 6102i) Good rural reception Clear voice transmission / reception Bright lit keypad Keypad lock timer Cons- Short battery life...
Excerpt: It is a pretty good phone for the price. I have had mine for about 3 months and it still works perfectly(I do take extremely good care with my phone(s)) It has an easy-to-use menu wich is pretty good for someones first phone because it's only $149 AUD RRP Sometimes I found it didn't sent Text...
Excerpt: I have a l6 I use with tmobile. I went siemens sl65 to a l6. The reception on the l6 is good with tmobile. The feel of the phone is the typical moto thin phones either you like it or dont. It is a very durable phone much more than the razor.