Summary: i like the cell because it is handy, the only problem is i thought it have FM radio but nothing..and its not open line but its okay..i decided to buy this because its cheaper and i need a replacement badly.. thank you more power
Excerpt: I received this phone after signing up for a cheap pay monthly tariff. I found the phone easy to use, the menu, phonebook and messaging system all follow the tried-and-tested Nokia layout so if you've used a Nokia phone before you'll know where everything is.
Light-weight, somewhat durable, good quality phone with excellent reception.
30 January 2011
Excerpt: ~*~ It aL stRtD w ~ A GIFT! ~*~ Fourteen months ago, my son-in-law purchased the beautifully curved Nokia 2330 classic for both myself and his mum. He set up a basic contract at £10 a month for our phones that he was paying for.
Excerpt: about 3 or 4 years ago my uncle purchased this phone for my grandmother, my grandmother is not ecxactly a dab hand at phones but even she found this phone easy to use, the writing can on the display and text messaging can be made small or big depending on your eyesight and the keys are easy to use.
Excerpt: PLEASE NOTE: The cringingly awful text speak is for fun, not to be taken seriously! :D xXx ~*~ It aL stRtD w ~ A GIFT! ~*~ Fourteen months ago, my son-in-law purchased the beautifully curved Nokia 2330 classic for both myself and his mum.
Pros: Internet pages/Bluetooth available, built - in FM radio, camera, games, handsfree speakerphone .
Cons: No additional memory card, no built - in MP3 player, no ThreeG video calling, no flash .
Excerpt: Some time ago, I reviewed by trusty old Nokia 6210, a phone that had lasted well through almost ten years of constant use. Unfortunately, it seems that posting that review jinxed it, as it promptly started to have problems charging.
Pros: stylish, inexpensive, simple and clear to use