Summary: Okay, so technically, it is not a "smart" phone. But there are so many "pros" to this phone that I think it's a really smart buy. Easy to use. Readable display. Durable. Lots of features (calendar, calculator, to-do list, alarm clock, etc.) Small. Great battery life. Inexpensive.
Summary: walmart used to sell this on tmobile network for 20 bucks i bought 3 of them but wife washed them in my work pants, now i see $50 bucks i want this phone i have 3 phones new battery but i wont pay $50 bucks for a $20 buck phone, its a cheap ass phone with great features mostly fm radio you cant have...
James Nicholas Ahern "Nerd Bag Tech-Support", Amazon
11 August 2012
Summary: I purchased this phone because I needed a solid battery life and talking phone for college. I also purchased this phone because it works with the Nokia PC Suite software, which allows me to control the phone from my computer for tasks such as writing SMS messages and managing my contacts.
Excerpt: I hate my Nokia 2330 beucouse it laggs so much and camera is bulls**t!!!!!! Never buy this phone its suck.i wont never buy more nokia phones !!!!this was my rewiew to Nokia 2330 good morninng to everybody
Summary: I purchased this from the ATT website for about $80 (after all taxes and fees) a year ago. I have no need for a smart phone. I have pretty low expectations in a phone and read reviews in advance. Unfortunately, I didn't find many at that time.
Summary: I had purchased this as a gift for my father-in-law back in India. My wife used it for few mots as our secondary phone. The speakers are not that loud enough to notice a incoming call. The build quality is ok as expected from Nokia.