Excerpt: The new Asha 201 is a middle range mobile phone produced by Nokia. The phone comes in range of colours which, will be depended on the country. Here in the UK we have black or white. I own the black style which, looks smart and makes the phone appear smaller than it really is.
Pros: Calls, Text, Email, Lots od apps from the Ovi Store
Cons: Symbian Series 40, No 3G/Wifi, Prone to jave error or seeze up, Downloading speed very slow
Summary: Call divert service does not work even after activating it 4 times...!! Not good if anyone was attempting to contact me when I was unavailable. I will be returning this phone as it is not up to scratch for my purposes. Sorry.
Excerpt: I brought my Nokia Asha 201in 2013 (August). I was looking for a laptop and a Phone but could not buy the two together. That's why I though to purchase a phone only. I could got a basic phone for a very cheap price. But then I thought that I need Laptop chiefly because of internet surfing.
Pros: Price and okay for general use and some net sirfing, camera, music, radio
Summary: Great looking phone would have gave it a better star rating if I got this and it was actually SIM FREE as the title states it's actually locked to tesco so I'm now going to have to spend more money to get it unlocked but the person that I got it for loves it I do too :)
Excerpt: Despite looking like an older generation Blackberry, this phone is much stronger than any Blackberry I've ever owned. If, like me, you loathe or dislike the concept of smart phones and just want something affordable, durable and reliable, this is the phone for you.
Pros: Strong and reliable - fantastic value for money .
Cons: Certain very bizarre faults begin to appear as the phone gets older .
Summary: I wanted a sim free phone and although it is open to all networks it is a tesco network so some of the functions dont work through my sim. It is also so so so slow for the internet, Just not worth having. The phone looks nice and is easy to use however.