Excerpt: It is almost a year now since I got the Nokia 2330 Classic cellular phone for free with my Acer notebook. Like the name suggests, the 2330 has a real classical Nokia appearance which I find quite attractive. You will love it’s look, especially if you are a die hard fan of this brand. Despite it’s good looks it does have a rather cheap feel to it. This is due to the thin plastic battery cover which makes a crunching sound when you hold it in your hand.
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..
Summary: 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. A 'widget' bar has been included along the left hand side of the screen where you can place icons to have quick access to different applications and services, but I never really use it.
Pros: Probably the best phone you can get for free on the cheapest tariffs
Cons: Speaker went very quiet after a couple of months
Excerpt: "...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. The phone came with a comprehensive user guide that deals with everything from the phone's features to safety information. I'll be using past tense in this review as I recently had to invest in a new phone! ==~*~ getin d fone 2 wrk ~ SETTING UP ~*~== As with contempory mobile ...
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 .
Six months, until it goes in my cabinet, just to be polished ...
30 June 2010
Summary: Young, naïve, and armed with a gray brick! I barely recall what my first initiation to a mobile phone handset was until I got a blast from the past at a 'table top sale.' There in front of me laid a 'walkie talkie' gray brick that required you to pull out it's antennae to take calls, or get a reception. I had fond memories on showing this amazing piece of mobile technology to my then, Swedish girlfriend. She wanted me to keep getting it out to show her.
Pros: Perfect size to be pocketed and without any discomfort
Cons: Features, graphics and internal memory of 32MB