Excerpt: This is what I would like to say in Nokia 1800. I saw Nokia 1800 that is simple when I bought it in Sta. Lucia East mall. It costs P1,500.00 pesos. It is simple and cheap. The girl at the mall taught me the different features in Nokia 1800. It has colorful graphics. It has settings, clock, call register. It has a radio, but it does not have a video camera in Nokia 1800.
Summary: This phone came with a two pin plug and the predictive test appears in a language which has a lot of umlauts and zeds in it. I think it might be for the eastern european market? So texting takes rather a long time. However I have have two of these phones before, (english versions!) and I find them fine for my purposes, they are reasonably robust providing you don't put them through the washing machine, as is my habit. Suggest check before buying which plug they have.
Summary: I've been using this phone for about 5-6 years now. All it does is send / receive calls and texts. Have it on O2 networks and reception is rarely anything other than exceptional, as is the battery life because it has no camera or background apps sucking the life out of the battery. Reception is so good that this also has little impact on battery drain.
Nokia 1800 Easy to use cheap phone for those on the go
23 August 2012
Excerpt: "I purchased myself a Nokia 1800 about 6 months ago, as a cheap replacement for a Sony Erricson phone that I bought but was difficult to use, with bad audio quality (thats for another review) I paid £5 from Carphone Warehouse for the handset on O2, and as an existing customer, I did not have to buy a top up or anything to qualify for the £5 offer, which is great in the current climate. For £5, I have been very pleased with the results. The phone ...
Pros: Easy to use, durable, well lit screen, good audio quality .
Cons: Old clicking buttons (really loud click on every press ! ! )
Summary: Arrived next day, super value phone for mother in law who keeps loosing mobiles and doesn't need a smartphone. Review written late as she has since lost this phone too so considering getting her a carrier pigeon next!
Excerpt: "I have been using Nokia N97 for a long time. The phone was working fine but sadly I lost it. I had to replace it immediately as I had a lot of important call to make. I went to the nearest phone shop I could find and bought the cheapest phone available.PerformanceFirst of all let me tell you about what's in the box. You get a phone, a battery, a charger, a ear phones and the user guideThere is not much to mention ...
Pros: Extremely cheap, durable
Cons: does not suport internet facility, apps and 3g network .
Summary: This phone was easy to set up. It's sound level is OK, and it picks up he weak signal that is all I get at my location. Can't find a fault with it, I think it is good value for the price. Great, no frills, recommend.