Excerpt: Now that I said that, I can talk about the look and functionality of the phone. The Nokia 2610 is a little black bar phone with silver trim. You can text message, instant message and record voice notes. It has a bowling game demo and a demo for pac man. It’s mildly entertaining. But if you want something that you are only going to use for emergencies and light talking, this is the phone to work with. It could be better but it could be worst.
Excerpt: It is a small one piece phone. It does work well in my house where my previous phone had no reception. I can make and recieve calls from inside my house, even in the back room. But the buttons are too small and the screen is hard to read in bright light.
Excerpt: It was a cheep way to upgrade from the old TDMA network which is being disconnected. I can get a signal from the back rooms in my house which my old cell phone could not do. This phone is small enough to fit in my pocket sso I can carry it anywhere I go.
Excerpt: This Nokia 2610 cellphone was the first cellphone that I ever received. Me being a person who didn't really get up on cellphones till around a couple of years ago, I needed a phone that was basic, and wouldn't take long for me to learn how to use. This is a basic phone for those who want and appreciate simple. It doesn't have many features, and the phone itself is so small that its very easy to drop. I know I dropped mine plenty of times.
Basic, durable, good battery life. And generally cheap.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: If you need a cheap phone that has no frills, and is durable, has battery life and when you loose it you shrug and go get another one for 10-20$. For GSM, this is it. I've actually killed a few of these, and each time it was a pretty extreame case of abuse... Admiteldy I would be more carefull with a phone that WASNT so easily replaced. But it is. And its great becuase of that... Oh, you CAN get tetris for it. That helps too.
A decent, basic, free phone, the Nokia 2610 b is a solid worker.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Nokia 2610 b is pretty much a completely basic phone. I got it for free two years ago, and probably could have gotten something more complex, but I'm not entierly disapointed. This phone isn't a flip phone, doesn't have a camera, a key board, a touch screen, GPS, or any of the frills really, but it has worked solidly for me for the 2 years that I've been using it.
Excerpt: I received the Nokia 2610 when I signed up for service with A T & T, mainly because it was one of the free phones I had to choose from. I liked it because it was thin, small and easy to handle. At first, I really liked the idea of it not being a flip phone, so if in an emergency, I could hit the keys right away and not be fumbling to open the phone up. But, not having a case that it properly fits in to that I can wear at work, I am prone to either leaving it in my...