Summary: This phone is super cute, and i received tons of compliments on it. However; the internet applications aren't compatible with U.S. phone services. I also wasn't able to send or receive picture messages, because that wasn't compatible either. It's also hard to find a battery replacement. Unfortunately i dropped the phone and the battery fell into a puddle. I couldn't find a trust worthy site that sold the battery, so i just got a different phone.
Summary: I got the item on time, it seems new although I bought it as a refurbished one. I just needed to insert my homeland sim card and it worked. The battery is good . Congratulations and keep on going in the same path. I would recommend everybody to buy it.
Summary: Absolutely love the phone. I love the look and feel. I don't need a powerphone because I rarely make phone calls, use the net, and only send/receive about 500 txt msgs a month. Apparently there are different versions of this phone, i.e. International version, US version.....the key pad is different. I figure mine is a UK version because it has a gbp (british pounds) sign on the T button. Other keypads have a % sign on the T button.
Summary: Okay, got the phone today. Here are some of the things that bother me, confuse me, or that I like. 1. Why is there an inbox option, and then a conversations option? Usually phones just come IN the conversations setting. That's it. Short and simple. The "inbox" is basically ALL of your texts from everyone mixed in together whereas the "conversations" is the common one where you have a list of your contacts, and all of their texts grouped to the contact who sent them. 2.
Samsung Cell phone is too complicated for rookie to use.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought a new Samsung cell phone to use for emergencies only. I am technology challenged so I was looking for a cell phone that was easy to use. I thought I had found it. The salesman assured me that I would have no problems. Well, was he ever wrong. This phone can be set up for internet, voice mail, and texting. Not at all what I was looking for. All I wanted was a simple cell phone.
It's alright, they make it sound so much better than what it is.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I purchased my Samsung B3310 about 3 months ago and it is still kicking, but there are several things that I don't like about the phone. With my past experience with Samsung phones along with this one is their service is usually not reliable. I find myself turning my phone a thousand different ways to find service to send a text message once in awhile. It's small and compatible and fits in a pocket or small places very easily.
Excerpt: This phone has had the worst quality of any phone I've ever owned. I sent it in for warranty but haven't got it back yet to see if it's any better. The reception sucks, it has never let me use picture text messaging or internet (even though we have unlimited for both). My old razor gets better reception and it's quite a few years old. The upsides to this phone are the colors (pink and teal) are very personalized.
Excerpt: Ok so I have this phone and when I bought it I thought it would be the coolest thing ever. Well here are some pro's and con's that I got from useing the phone. To start with the pro's... The slide out key oad to text is really the greatest thing for any texter and I have to say I love it. I can text so easy and so fast it makes it fun and I want to text more. Now to the con's already because to me the slide key pad was the only cool thing.
Summary: The phone came in a beautiful condition, I love the color, just everything, it's so cute! All my friends say it's adorable and suits me. I loved using the phone because I never was able to use a keyboard phone before. It was fine, but after a few days, something went wrong with the battery. I contacted the sellers and they were happy to help! Great and very friendly service!