Summary: I like this phone a lot. When you just need a phone for phone calls, it's compact, light and easy to use with a number of features. I purchased it as a back up phone to use a bit down the road, as my current phone(same model) was starting to wear out.
Summary: The phone was great except it was missing the multimedia setting so that I could send and receive pics. Didn't have the time to deal with trying to get the problem resolved with the vendor I purchase from so cannot rate their customer service. But the phone itself is great.
Summary: Had this phone for several months. The slider function is not easy to get used to and is frustrating at times such as when you want to remove the battery cover. The phones buttons are also quite small and the phone feels a bit heavy.
Nokia's bread and butter category scores another win.
R. Stec "GLTPWR", Amazon
15 June 2010
Summary: Nokia has always done two things well: low end phones that prove to be reliable for years and high-powered smart phones with innovative features. The 2680 fits into the former, and I purchased mine in March 2009.
Summary: This phone would've made sense except for the fact that it has no voice dialing (a feature that comes with many free phone offers). You can't take full advantage of the bluetooth feature w/o voice dialing. I can't believe Nokia was that cheap not to include such a simple feature.
It is the good cellular one for the economic thing that is.
14 December 2009
Summary: Good day friends. It is good to go unnoticed, does not call the attention to the thieves, expires with his(her,your) basic functions several photos can extract to 65K colors. It(he,she) has Radio(Radius) Fm. It(he,she) expires with my needs. I live in Venezuela.