Summary: Excellent phone for people who are looking for JUST a phone. Superb call quality. A refreshing change for people who just need to talk to people and don't want a smart phone. The battery life in particular is amazing.
Summary: I purchased this Motofone about a month ago. It was used, and had some cosmetic flaws. This phone is very simple. Phone,text,alarm clock,stop-watch-thats it! this sounded very appealing to me, but the phone is low quality. It was very easy to figure out the layout of the menu and how to operate the phone.
Summary: I bought an amazon kindle 3 and liked how sharp everything looked, especially in the sunlight where traditional LCD screens have a hard time coping with as of the time of this writing. So I said to my self, why not get a phone with a similar type of display the kindle 3 has. Low and behold the Moto Fone F3 appeared with its E-ink Display, Slim design, and probably one of the world's most simple UI's. So simple that anything besides making/receiving calls is a pain.
Summary: What I don't like about the phone: -It is designed for people over 100 years old. It's in the description but I was fooled. -Its screen and menus is nothing like even today's cheapest cell phones. The screen and menus are more like cheap home phones. -Where it's designed to be extremely beginer oriented, an average cell phone user will be highly frustrated with it. -Okay, it's different from today's phones -but it does not work either...
Summary: Phone is low priced and very simple to use. Bought it as my son's phone was stolen and he needed another. Biggest problem with this phone is that if you have to remove the battery for any reason you lose all of your settings and have to reset them. Lucky we keep all phone book numbers on the sim or I guess they would be lost also.
Summary: This is a VERY simplistic phone. It's got a black and white LED display. It's stripped down to the bone. I foolishly thought that the photo was displaying a simple clock for a screensaver. Nope. That's what it always looks like. Suffering from serious buyer's remorse. This phone may be alright for your grandmother, but it's not ideal for anyone else. Would make a good backup in case your phone gets ruined, though.
Summary: If all you need is a phone, you can't go wrong with this model. At roughly $20 depending on where you get it from, this simple phone does one thing and does it very well - makes and receives calls. Clear voice and speakerphone, simple address book and texting - and, unlocked as well! For $20, it's a steal.
Summary: This Phone is excellent for the cost. This motorola Is very styish and slim. Very basic features and easy to use. This phone however is more for adults though. It doesn't have alot of the crazy features that kids would want in a phone now a days. Then again you cant beat the price. Also its unlocked and can be used with any sim card cell phone provider.