Summary: I had the same phone for a over a year and I never had a problem. Very basic and simple to use. However, the new one I just got cannot be opened, which means I cannot insert my SIM cards and put the battery inside. Several people have tried to help me to do this but we haven't managed..
Summary: I am multi lingual and bought this phone as I travel a lot. No Spanish or French or Dutch or German or Portugese in general settings. I can't return it as I am abroad now and only just discovered this.
Summary: I will not complain about the phone because it's looks beautiful and easy to handling, good value for money and dual Sim usage is wonderful. The big problem is the BATTERY is running out very quickly even on standby with dual Sims mode.
Summary: It ticked all the boxes: cheap, nice keypad, good battery life, no unwanted frills--just a handy, light, cheap and cheerful phone for talking and texting, but with two SIMs each of which can be selected at ease without rebooting the phone. Except ...
Summary: When I say not worth for the price I really mean it. Even though the price is around £25. It's more like a toy than a gadget. Both hardware and software are in poor quality and hardly meet the quality parameters. I thought of returning it as it didn't accept 3 network.
Summary: It promised to be the answer to the problem of carrying several phones. Well it does do that but at a price of reduced performance compared to other basic Nokia phones. Quality of sound is poor, The ringing tones and voice on the phone are both distorted. The reception of signals is also poor.
Summary: I bought this phone wanting a backup for my main phone as it has a tendency to run out of battery very quickly. As a backup, it's not bad. It's fairly small and light, the battery lasts a lifetime compared with my main phone, and it's very easy to use.