Excerpt: The Nokia Asha 300 is a good phone to have if you lose your phone and will only be using it for a short amount of time. I kept mine and used it whenever I lost or couldn't find my phone. Not having wi-fi connectivity is a huge flaw, but is partially made up by the internet sharing option.
Pros: almost impossible to break
Cons: no wifi, the default app for fb and twitter, 'communities' isnt very well thought out
Summary: Nice phone, didn't noticed that it came from over-seas, but its a nice buy. Works with Att, tmobile and H20 here in California. I'm not much of a touchscreen person but this is a good cell since I like to feel and know what I'm pushing, I think having touchscreen was just something extra for me.
Summary: We've had 3 of these in the past 4 years. Cons: - Loudspeaker is absolutely useless on this model - Screen fails a lot. The touch-screen technology requires pressure on the screen to 'press' two thin layers together. This fails after normal usage. - It's expensive for what it is.
Summary: have been using it for last roughly 12 months,its ok,but now the battery seems to run down very quickly.touch screen is a bit hit and miss and can be anoying at times.if you want to use the alarm be carefull as when i put in the alarm time,it comes up with how long before it will go off,it says...
Summary: Whilst now rather long in the tooth (and I suspect harder to buy) this little Nokia is doing an excellent job. The speaker is nice and loud, you really won't sleep through an alarm and having used smartphones and their onscreen keyboards for so long the little physical dial pad is a breath of fresh...