Excerpt: The Motorolla W220 is one of the best budget phones I have ever had the pleasure of using. It only costs 4 GBP, however, it is packed with lots of useful features which compensates for the absence of a camera, and the rather small screen. This is a dual band phone, and takes one sim card. The battery life is more than enough of a bisy caller, texter and will easily recharge overnight.
Summary: This phone was my first. As i was 11 it was cool looking and very practical. I dropped it many times and although it scratched no major damage was ever done. It was good for texting and talking but not much eles. If you look around you can get this phone much cheaper.
Excerpt: I had to get a phone when my Samsung U600 decided to brake for the second time. I thought my best option was to buy a new phone because it was the second time that my Samsung had broken and the first time it had been a pain finding a shop to fix it and then paying for the phone to be fixed when I could buy a new one for the same price as getting my old phone repaired.
Pros: Looks very good, very durable, battery lasts for a long time both for standby and talk time
Excerpt: I bought this phone for my other half, he doesn't want any fancy phone just one to call and send a text now and again. That was a brilliant phone for him easy to understand, easy to use and also the flip keep it safe. highly recommended if you are looking for a simple, cute phone it's black and you can easily put it in your pocket you won't dial a number by mistake.
Excerpt: Bought two of these from the Carphone Warehouse about nine months ago where they were on offer - worked out at £25 each but I suppose these would now be classed as old models. Firstly, if you are into gadgets that can do all and sundry then this phone would probably not be for you, I simply wanted a phone primarily to use for emergencies. It is not too bulky and very robust with the keys and screen protected by the flip up cover.
Pros: Stylish, robust and has all basic functions plus FM radio
Excerpt: I didn't used for a long time this phone, not because I didn't like it, but because I found something better. About this one I can say it looks good considering that it's cheap (it only cost about $20 ), the FM radio it's OK, you can store up radio stations and easily reach them. The battery power it's great and if that is what you're looking for, than this is the phone that you should buy. However, there are some disadvantages about this model.
Excerpt: After my Motorola V500 decide to break down on me last year, I was in desperate need to get a new phone, especially as the kids are at school now and I need to be able to be contacted at all times. Thing is it decided to break down when I was very low on funds lol (funny that, how appropriate) so Obviously I was on a budget and was limited to what I was able to get.
Pros: Cheap, Nice and easy, its PINK ! ! , Not only pink, Black too, Built in radio
Cons: Not many functions, although does what it says on the tin
Excerpt: The motorola W220 is only my second motorola, and my first budget motorola. Well, being a girl… I chose a pink one. Yes, that's right, pink. However, it does come in other colours - silver and black. So I will start with the design. The phone is a clamshell design, which has a slight resemblance to the much more expensive Motorola RAZR V3.
Excerpt: Introduction Motorola W220 is an entry-level model bundled with FM-radio, coming in clamshell form-factor. As you might have already guessed, if Motorola creates a folding phone, why shouldn't it apply its overwhelmingly successful Motorola RAZR's curves? And this has proven worthy, as the very presence of similarities to the RAZR design-wise draws attention to a handset.
Pros: Slim easy to use design, FM Radio, loud speaker for alarm clock and ringtones .
Cons: Display size and resolution, no MP3 compatibility .