Excerpt: I just upgraded my phone after almost 3 years of using the same phone; I got a new phone a couple of weeks back. It’s a gift from my uncle, a Nokia 2600. It’s not my dream phone but I’m definitely grateful. Whoever turns down a gift anyway? It’s definitely not the best phone if you consider Apple’s Ipone 3G or any other more advanced mobile phone. But in terms of functionality, the Nokia 2600 is good enough for me.
Excerpt: We got this as an inexpensive replacement phone when our previous LG flip-phone quit working. The price was right, and it does what we need it to, but it's not the best design. The buttons are VERY small. Some are toggle-type and it is easy to hit the wrong thing. I try to hang up, and it sometimes goes to speakerphone instead! You have to dial using the very tips of your fingers, otherwise there is a chance that you will hit the wrong button.
Summary: Good basic phone for anyone who wants to just keep in touch with family, etc. Speaker is okay, volume average, but sound quality is scratchy. Numbers close together and easy to dial incorrectly. Must check numbers before connecting. Video has very limited capacity. All in all, nice size, get what you pay for. Very economical.
Summary: I like Nokia bar phones and wanted a black keypad. The battery was going out on my 3110 classic. I decided to get a new phone and did not want to pay much at this time. I do not like the set up icons I prefer a list, it was little more difficult to get from one thing to another. For a basic phone this is fine, but I have not used a phone like this in a long time and just did not want to adapt.