Summary: This phone became a hand-me-down. I upgraded, my mom kept it. She washed it I don't know how many times in the washer and it just keeps working. Dropped it, sat on it, left it in extreme temperatures, stepped on it, etc.
Excerpt: A family member who needed a cheap phone at the time was referred by another family member and myself to go and get tracfone, so they did. The phone worked for that what he needed it for, and he actually texted back then, but got verizon and left this phone.
Excerpt: I have had Nokia phones since day one. I love the 2600. Easy to use, simple, decent camera, loud ring. The only downfall is the fact that it's a bit slow. Excellent reception and call quality! Of all my phones, Nokia always gives me the most bars. Long battery life!
Excerpt: This is the best free phone I ever used. I am so mad that mine sustained some water damage & I had to have it replaced. The insurance co Assurion replaced it w/a Nokia 6085 which is not as good as this one. The only con for this one for me was the screen scratched easily.
Excerpt: This phone is offered free with upgrade or new line at AT&T, or $39.99 for no contract if you don't have insurance. For a free phone its not bad at all. It has good reception, camera, bluetooth, easy to read screen, and a loud ringer. Its also a thin and attractive looking phone.
Excerpt: It's hard to believe some of the things that people will complain about when it comes to reviewing a phone. One of these days the term "critical analysis" is simply going to disappear from our lexicon, and then I'll be sad. The Nokia 2600 is a phone in the purest sense. It is not a camera.