Summary: The telephone I do not get to my hands since I committed an error in the address and I could not change it. Himself delivery I give up someone else. Thanks himself that your service is very good.
Excerpt: Ok have had this phone about a year now, and its holding up pretty well. The screen looks like itl scratch very easily so a plastic cover went straight on. camera is alright no flash though, music player seems a bit pointless- I can fit 1 mp3 on it? internet pretty slow but usable. has bluetooth good for sending pictures and that. but no video.. but it was £50 new, which is great value for money.
Excerpt: I also like the fact that I can set several alarms and make them recurring, I don’t have to adjust the alarm time every so often because all of the important times in my day are already preset. I also don’t have to charge it very often. I normally charge it every three or four days, and it works best for me because I’m so lazy in charging phones. The only thing I don’t like about it is that it does not have an expandable memory.
Summary: I bought this as a spare phone and in future i will proabably use this as my main phone. I cant find any fault on this phone But the only minot problem i have is changing some settings their are some icons on my phone that i cant find. I Primarily text make reminders and use the internet on this phone and i am pleased with the copy and paste function. It is quite a basic phone but it does what the average user needs efficiently.
Summary: I really love the look of the phone. The model comes in various colours, but mine is candy pink, in a brushed metal style finish. Compared to my last LG phone, which looked quite tacky and cheap, this one looked solid, well made and good quality. The screen is quite large, 4 x 4.5 cm, and has a mirrored effect. This can be good or bad.
Excerpt: "I got my Sony Ericsson T303i free on contract from T-Mobile and kept it to bring to Sierra Leone and then Colombia and use with a local SIM. It's funny because back home it wasn't an especially fancy or coveted phone, but there people seemed to think it is über cool. I think it's because it's pink, and clearly not a PRSP (poverty reduction strategy paper) phone. I have used a number of phones over the years - Siemens when I worked for them, Nokia ...
Pros: Pretty and pink, mirror ! , easy enough to use, quite robust
Cons: Develops faults with extended use, the camera and music player aren't up to much
Summary: I have always liked Sony Ericsson phones, and am used to the features on them. I have tried Nokia and samsung but will always come back to Sony ericcson, i think it is the familiarity. I had lost my contract phone and decided to get this one to fill its place. It is a fairly basic phone in the grand scheme of things these days, but has all the features you really need.