Summary: I initially had difficulty charging battery and getting phone to work. I had ordered another, spare, battery and that worked a little better. Through Amazon, I contacted supplier and asked for a replacement battery since original couldn't be charged, Supplier sent a new phone, AC charger and battery. Amazing!! It all works well now.
Summary: The Nokia 6350 is a good phone for individuals who do not want a smart phone. It is a flip-phone that fits into a shirt pocket. It provides good voice quality. It has an easy-to-use menu to navigate to set up the phone. It does provide access to the internet, if an individual wants or needs connection. The screen, however, is small for internet use, but it allows connection for email through various providers.
Summary: I purchased this flip phone for my husband who refuses to use a smart phone. I recently switched from Verizon to T-Mobile, so I needed to purchase new phones. Based on reviews, this appeared to be a good phone. Received the phone on December 27 and placed the T-Mobile sim card into it. The phone powered up and displayed the T-Mobile information. The phone and text services work fine. Be aware, this is an ATT branded phone.
Summary: I got this phone to replace my old Nokia. It arrived new, but with no manual. Not a huge deal. It's my third Nokia, and I really am stuck on the brand. It's durable. Red isn't my favorite color, but I settled for it because of the price. I was surprised that it's a nice deep red with a matte finish. It works great for what I need which is mostly talking and minimal texting. It works fine with my AT&T plan that I don't like to renew.
Summary: Had another brand with a touch screen that didn't work well. If you touched the phone, not even the screen, it would disconnect the incoming call. Couldn't carry it in my pocket. Slightest movement would make the phone do who knows what even with the touchscreen locked. Gave up on touchscreens after the manufacturer of that phone replace the original and still had the same problem.