Summary: To be honest, prepaid services are the hot new money-savers these days, but it is important that you are getting your full money's worth. This phone is not giving you the best deal. Straight Talk wireless offers the most for your money by far.
Summary: Other than that, it's a good solid phone like only Nokia seem able to do. Seems to give decent reception. Unfortunately at this level you get no connectivity to a PC, so you have to manually enter your contacts. It's an unpretentious phone, and it works, but it has a few unnecessary flaws: 1.
Excerpt: Great basic phone and the flashlight is really handy. Cost me only 19.95 WITHOUT A CONTRACT! Just buy it as a prepay and put your sim card in it or if you need a sim card as well, just call t-mobile on anouther phone and give them the sim card number and they can put it on your acount!
Pros: Great value!, Good sound, including on speakerphone, Flashlight is handy
Cons: really basic phone, but at $19.95, what do you expect
Summary: I bought this phone a) because it was a back up and b) because it was very cheap. I always find Nokia products reliable and this basic phone is no exception. If you want something quite basic then you wont go far wrong with this phone and being sim-free it is handy as a standby.
Summary: I'm married to a technophobe, who hates up-to-date mobiles with all their extra functions and menus that (according to her) need a degree in computer science to navigate. So when her phone began to show signs of imminent death I decided to get her somethiong simple; the Nokia 1208 is what I came up...