Summary: Have problems setting correct time on Nokia Asha 302. Customer support on Nokia.com does not accept inquiry about Asha 302 phones. Is this product obsolete, or is Nokia customer support poor? Booklet that came with phone is also poorly written.
Summary: I have always been a fan of Nokia phones. This one was disappointing. Drops phone & wifi signals and battery constantly needs charging even when phone is not being used. The seller has replaced the phone and the replacement has the same issues. I am trying to get another phone as replacement and forget about this one.
Summary: My best friend bought this phone and loves it. Does this phone include the micro memory card in the purchase when you buy it from Amazon? Which SIM card would be best for this unlocked phone? I am not in contract with AT&T, T Mobile, etc., nor want to be....Also I travel international often so I like to insert different country s SIM cards. I watched the YouTube video on opening the box ...on this phone; it is a hot phone for the emerging market countries.
Summary: I changed back from a HTC smart phone thinking the battery life would be better, but its not and needs charging every day, disappointed thought it would have a battery life like my old E71 which also had wifi.
Summary: did return this particular item because of the battery.Did'nt have a problem with the phone as my previous phone was a nokia c3 & the nokia Asha 302 is almost exact, & i love the qwerty,very easy to use. Now with my nokia c3 which iv'e had for 2 yrs, is still working fine & when charged still lasts for 6/7 days. The battery life in the new nokia Asha 302, drops a bar after 1 day & is almost out after 4 days.I only use the phone for calls & text & only when needs must.
Summary: I have tried to add a btconnect account. BT,O2.by phone, the O2 guru in the shop, Nokia by phone (dreadful) and our external support team at work have all drawn a blank. The Wifi works, Internet/Google works Hotmail account works but for some reason it will not accept the @btconnect.com. address. I have followed every guide on the web and made changes in the configuration settings, nothing works.
Summary: I believe that Samsung and Nokia produce the most reliable mobile phones, so bearing this in mind, at the end of last year I bought the Nokia Asha 302, as it was cheap, looked sturdy and had a blackberry style keyboard, which I preferred to the touch screen. However, I now have an iPhone 4s (still to be reviewed) as I found the Asha was not the phone for me.
Pros: Basic, easy to use, reliable.
Cons: Not many options, take a while to load, not sturdy.