Excerpt: Picked this up for my old Samsung under Telus. I perferred the old handset, as I could constantly feel it's presence on me. This one is light enough that I forget that it is there.
I tried using the calculator and doing various divisions and all worked. So maybe I lucked out there, but....
My Wireless Web is has a "Security error: key not recognized" and so I can't d/l or access anything.
Caller ID Info goes missing... no service solution
dp33, Phone Scoop
5 July 2004
Excerpt: Good screen, nice style, great phonebook...but service????
A month after buying the phone I noticed that when imputing text I could not get the a punctuation mark other than a period without first inserting a period, then imputing whatever punctuation mark I really needed, then going back and deleting the first unwanted period.
Excerpt: This may be a decent urban phone, but I suspect RF problems plague it there too. At home it breaks up and goes analogue in an area which is reasonably well covered by Talus. Any more than 2 miles out of town, it drops calls or just won't work (250 area). And at the cabin (604 area), it will show a weak signal but cannot connect.
Might look pretty and fit well in a pocket, but it just doesn't work for me. On contract too.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for over one year now and have not had one problem with it to date. The calculator works great, I even use this phone as my alarm clock. When I first got the phone and tried to access the web, it said key disabled or something like that, but I just called my service provider and they fixed that in a matter of 2 minutes.
Excerpt: I activiated the a540, on a one year plan and this phone was a good phone that worked in th coldest of conditions, and through all the neglect that it recieved from me, it worked really good...
good enough battery
fly ribbin (fun game)
big phone book
works good on Tri-Mode
good display for not being color
ten million times better than my Nokia 3390
Not Colour Screen