Summary: I have used it for less than a week. The signal strength has been consistant at five bars where my old phone had to be taken outside to maintain a strong signal. The volume and clarity of calls is very good. This is a great basic phone. I installed my sims card and was operational within seconds.
Pros: Easy Buttons and Controls, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Strong Signal
Summary: As one of the three people in the world whose everyday cell phone does nothing but make calls, I found this phone a bit confusing to use. The tiny instruction "manual" with minuscule print rendering the symbols indeciferable was no help. However, I bought it to be able to use an international SIM card and make calls on a recent European vacation and for upcoming overseas business trips, and for this it worked quite well.
Summary: Nothing fancy here, but I bought this phone to use on a trip to Europe, to make local calls. It worked perfectly with a local SIM card - no complaints. It has an amazingly long battery life. No camera, and not for anyone who cares about being up-to-the-minute in style, but it suits me fine.
Pros: Durable, Easy Buttons and Controls, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Strong Signal
Summary: I bought this phone for my husband who had broken his last two phones. We didn't want to spend a lot of money on another phone, but needed one that was very dependable. This phone has held up longer than the Razr's he had before and at almost half the price. The audio is duller than my LG, but the keys are generous size and the screen is classic Motorola. Highly recommend it.