Excerpt: I got this phone as a free upgrade through AT&T. It started out as a great phone. I loved the clarity and size of both screens. The camera was also a lot better than my previous phone. I loved all the themes and menu options too. I also thought texting was great.
Excerpt: This phone is built like a tank. Durability is what makes this phone. Being a typical 16 year old I would find myself dropping this phone more then what is normal. This phone to this day has been there for me. Baterrey may not be the best but it still manages.
Excerpt: I got this phone as an upgrade, I was happy to get back into a flip phone. This phone has been pretty much what I expected, its a nokia, and since I have not gotten the phone wet it's still working Very well.
Excerpt: Good phone for the money. I have had it for 8 months now and have no complaints. I have experienced random calls going direct to voicemail, with no indication of a missed call like some others have reported. but this has only happened 2-3 times.
Excerpt: I like having a midrange phone. They are smaller than a smartphone but offer many of the same features. I use calendar (sync w/Lotus Notes), alarm clock, texting, voice calls. I've used a Nokia 6126 with AT&T for the last year. When I accidently dropped my 6126 in water, I decided to try the 6555.
Summary: I've had this phone for about 2 months and it provides basic multimedia (pix, camera, audio), reasonable contact functions and fairly good phone quality. I don't use my phone a lot so battery life is acceptable for me.
Excerpt: I'm now on my second Nokia 6555. My first one worked perfectly for 3 months after my Lg cg300 died after having it for a year and a half. I mean I dropped it a few times and didn't have any scratches plus it still worked.