Excerpt: I have had this phone for two years now and I only enjoyed it for about a month. It is useless. When you get it out the box it'll stay like that for ever, no covers, ringtones, logos, picture messages, anything!
Cons: "Absolutley no way of Customizing it what so ever"
Excerpt: This is a really good phone. It was really handy for me when I got it as the long life battery meant I had to charge it occasionally. It has a very good predictive text and it is easy to switch between predictive text, normal text, numbers and symbols.
Excerpt: This phone has been a pain in my side for a very long time when compared to my Nokia 7110e and my Nokia 9110i it is awful. The menu is very tricky to navigate the txt messaging is almost impossible with the awful T9 txt input. Where to begin?
Excerpt: Perfect size, extra long battery life, excellent reception. What more could you want? - Advantages: Fully charged battery can last about 3 weeks., Small & light. - Disadvantages: Unable to download new tunes.
Excerpt: Budget handsets need to be more user-friendly than more expensive phones because they are often bought by people new to mobiles. Philips has clearly recognised this and tried to make the Azalis as simple to pick up as possible.
Excerpt: Reasons for buying I bought the Azalis 238 for £19.99 on a BT prepay staff deal (I work for BT) as a back up in case my 3210 breaks. I had the choice of this, the Nec db4000 for £24.99 or an Ericsson 2618 for £19.99 all on prepay.
Excerpt: I bought this phone recently on a pre-pay sytem for £39.99 with a £5 voucher included. i am personally not too bothered about what my phone looks like so long as its cheap reliable and reasonally easy to carry around with you.
Excerpt: I have been holding out against buying a mobile phone for about 2 years. I never seemed able to make a decision about which handset to buy, let alone the right tariff to go for. All that changed in two minutes flat when I went into a local branch of The Link and looked around for a mobile to buy for...
Excerpt: My brick was recently two years old. The ridicule I got when using the aforementioned brick was beginning to lose it’s funny side so I decide to start looking for a replacement. The “Brick” was a Philips btcellnet pay-as-you-go U-Phone, with a flat rate of 35p per minute and a minimum top-up of £10...
Excerpt: Ne vous attendez pas a un 3310 le philips est beacoup moin fluide et les jeux sont casi-inexistant et on le telephone a la taille d'un mini talki, le son est parcontre correct et apparement le tel ne crain pas l'usure du temps, Cdlt, Cyclopes87.