Summary: Nokia 100 is a cheap, slim and very light-weight plastic phone: a phone with a radio, that's it, no frills. It has two problems, therefore I deduct one star: 1) At first, you will find it rather difficult to open, but there are several handy videos on Youtube that can show you how it's done. Once you get the hang of it, it's very easy.
Summary: I purchased three of these phones for my three foster kids for Christmas. I wanted an affordable 'real' phone that could basically be used as a toy. These were cheaper than some actual toy phones- so I couldn't pass them up. They come in a very small box- about 4 inches by 4 inches by 3 inches in size (I'm literally not exaggerating).
Summary: There seems to be some confusion this product. Here's what I got when I ordered it: an unlocked GSM 850/1900 dual band phone. In retrospect, EXACTLY what the product description says if you look closely. Unfortunately, I looked more closely at the comment that says it is an 900/1800 phone, which is what I wanted but not what I got (or what I, dummy, ordered). Oh well, my bad.
Summary: I have had this phone for about two weeks. You need to know some things. 1. It is made out of cheap plastic. Not like the older Nokia phones. This one is very lightweight. Because of the cheap plastic construction, there is a sharp edge right where you put your ear. Not very comfortable at all, and not very good for long calls. 2. Getting the back of the phone off to put in your battery and SIM is very hard to do. The picture is totally wrong.
Summary: It is a Nokia not a Samsung so you know it is going to work and not breakdown in a few months. I bought this to put my contract sim in because my Samsung broken AGAIN. It is cheap and cheerful and makes and receives txts and calls fine. I advise anyone considering buying anything electronic, especially a mobile phone to buy this make or HTC or any make except Samsung (Unless you want to buy twice that is)