Excerpt: The Nokia 3210 has a reputation: it is virtually indestructible, and has all the basic features that you need. It makes and receives calls, deals with SMS, has an alarm clock, phonebook, and even games and a reminder function. Despite the small memory for text messages, there is more …
Summary: I was asked to order this product for my dad as he is incapable of using phones that are beyond basic functions. Also, he works as a joiner so if he dropped an iPhone it would be disastrous. This was a very cheap product and came before it said it would and has all been very easy to order!
Summary: This phone came out in 1999, and approximately 160 million were sold, possibly more than even the venerable 3310! It's a phone with SMS and pretends to be no more nor no less. If you are looking for a basic phone today you really can't go far wrong with this. It is however heavy!
Excerpt: I owned this phone around ten years ago. Any phone that gives you a nostalgic feeling is most certainly a fantastic phone. Although it sounds strange the 3210 is one of these amazing phones that for many reasons i will remember and adore forever. One of the features I loved was the predictive text.
Excerpt: It has been years since i had one of these that i used and if memory serves me right it is still in the loft somewhere along with a few others that are similar. These phones were simple to use they work and they were robust which as a teenager that was playing football messing about was exactly what...
Excerpt: You can't beat Nokia phones for durability and stability. I bought this phone off a friend when I was still at school. I remember giving her £30 for it as she wanted something a little more "cool". Back in the day this phone was cool.
Excerpt: This is a very legendary phone even today, not because it's good, because compared to today's standards, it really isn't. I remember this being my very first phone ever and I was about 11 years old and everyone either had this beauty or the rival I think was 3310?
Excerpt: Owning a mobile at first seemed to be something which hard working class people like myself could only of dreamed about, since most mobiles during the existence of the Nokia 3210 were very expensive.