Excerpt: My first cellular phone which is a Nokia 6220 lasted for nearly 7 years. I decided to get another one because I get a lot of dropped and even missed calls. The battery is too old and considering its age, this is probably normal.
Excerpt: I brought this phone 1 month ago and I am totally satisfied with the quality of the functions and especially I like the long time life battery. It’s good, is simple and for a phone with office functions cheap.
Summary: Once upon a time, Nokia reigned supreme. With its full Qwerty keyboard and looks with finesse, it enchanted droves of buyers who flocked to get a Nokia. It was / it is a reliable phone, and Nokia has done an excellent job in keeping the chargers interchangeable - kudos! However, the Ovi maps turned out to be rather recalcitrant - the phone would keep waiting for a valid GPS signals so much that driving with it was downright difficult.
Summary: I might be a bit late in writing this review, as I have had this ph for almost 2 yrs. All I can is this a great phone, very easy to use, wifi capable, so I can use the internet in most places without having to have a data plan. I have dropped the phone countless times and it's still working fine. I like the fact it has buttons I can push, unlike the touchscreen that most smart phones have. This is my first "smartphone" so I am happy with it.
Summary: Just what I wanted for easier texting w/o paying for data with a smart phone. But the phone stopped working after a month. Nokia took two months to replace it with a Windows smart phone which triggered a data plan as soon as it hit the ATT network. I gave it to my daughter to play games. Ended up with a Samsung Rugby III flip phone, which offers very little to like. Next time I'll just assume the position and get a smart phone. Resistance, as they say, is futile.