Summary: Had mine for three months now after my previous 10 year old Nokia's keyboard started failing. What a find this was - no camera, no "Apps", no MP3, no Internet - absolute bliss. At around £1 a month on PAYG it would be difficult to find a more economical way of staying in touch.
Summary: It may be a bit plasticky, but for the money its first rate. Good signal strength, superb battery life and connected to my Sony Ericsson car Bluetooth without a hitch. It works with Nokia pc suite so you can back up your contacts and calendar. The display has quite low resolution but is easy to see. The only drawback is that you cannot update the firmware yourself. Nokia or their care centres will do it for free for the first two years.
Summary: The Nokia 2323 does what it says on the box. The display is clear and large enough to use without squinting or having to use glasses. The ring tones are loud (but not much choice of tones to chose from), the buttons are reasonably large and responsive. No camera, big deal! The battery life is good and will last for 2 weeks on standby. The Nokia software is easy to use, and you can set it up to do emails. A good phone for just making calls and texts.
Summary: I bought this phone for my wife who is not into gadgets at all. She wanted a phone that was simple and easy to use. This phone certainly fits that bill. If you don't require the latest GPS or a 10 megapixel camera then this may be the phone for you. It is not without its refinements as it includes an FM radio, simple camera and an mp3 player.