My first PROFESSIONAL cell phone! I'd get another one just for a collector's item!
Julius, Phone Scoop
22 August 2008
Excerpt: The first time that I first heard of this phone was through a coworker of mine who had his through AT&T (before they bought out Cingular). I was with Verizon at the time and was dissatisfied with their product (I'll explain that later), and joined T-Mobile and got myself a Motorola V60!
Excerpt: The V60g doesn't really have many features on it and you will get bored with this phone. Although the quality is great it lacks charma. Its heavy weight and metal exterior causes a lot of problems because if you drop this phone, you will get a lot of scratches on it.
Excerpt: This phone is beyond the worst phone. The V.60g needs to be placed not 6 feet, but further under ground. Please a phone that you have to be a mad scientist to figure out how to set the alarm on the phone. Which is terrible as can be. Good thing I do not depend on the phone to wake me up.
Excerpt: When I signed up with Tmobile, I tried out the Samsung N105 and had very few problems with it. I did end up snapping the 'flappy' off and decided to get the Ericsson T68. I realized that the T68 had better reception, but horrrible sound quality. I traded the T68 for the V60 and have had no regrets.
Excerpt: In January, 2002, before this phone was released in the US, I had one imported from South America.....for almost $500!! Well, aside from having to wait to get an English manual, I will say it was worth it! I got the phone for my fiancee at the same time I got myself a Nokia 8890.
Excerpt: This phone is better than the versions available for Verizon, Cingular, and AT&T, maily because it offers GSM World Class Service, much more so than AT&T and Cingular do. Also due to being on T-Mobile's network, the service is clearer as well.
Excerpt: A typical classic flip phone, once again from Motorola!Excellent quality,although not the highest in the technological advancements.But a pretty good phone,for your hard earned chillings, or... "bang for the buck".Need to work on getting the antenna size down about 1/2 an inch though!