Excerpt: When I first moved to United States, I just grabbed a to-go nokia phone in walmart. It is pre-paid and powered by T-mobile. But soon after, my husband and I decided to get a postpaid line. We saw a very good deal on the internet.
Excerpt: This is the phone I was using until about a year ago. And I can say that in the not-so-long but not-so-short-as-well time we spent together, it had made a difference to my view on multimedia mobile phones, and to my life as well.
Summary: First Impression : The W300i Walkman of Sony Ericsson is cellular conceived for the listening of music, with its antenna FM and the software making it possible to listen to MP3. The sound leaves the device very well when you do not use the ear-phones provided in limps. Robust and being held well in a hand, it is very easy to explore the whole of the functions of this device.
Summary: The phone has general scrapes which are fine considering its been used. but the screen which works with a opening up mechanism takes a while to turn on (it blanks out then turns on) and the cap is sort of loose as if any more hits or droppings could brake the phone instantly. All in all the condition was worse then described. it works but is almost ready to break. I would only recommend this to those who need a phone fast.
Summary: If all you want is comfortable calls and great music experience in one device, and you also are a flip-type mobile phone fan (which I am) - this is the thing for you. Also includes: java applications & games, FM radio, bluetooth, IrDA, USB, and internet connectivity with WAP, GPRS and EDGE standards. The model is old, but it does what it suppose to very well. Worth the price, in my opinion.
Sony Ericsson - W300i is an incredibly good investment
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Easy to use. Fairly large keys. Good texting options. Excellent battery. Good pictures and fair video. Not a phone for those who wanted the latest technology, but an excellent, solid choice. Easy to create or import one's own ring tones. My phone has been dropped numerous times with no harm. Many options available on the phone that I do not use. My family have gone through several cell phones while my phone refuses to die.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson is a great phone...at first. But it's deceivingly fragile, and the AT&T people never seem to know how to fix it, other than to have you do a 'Master Reset', which deletes all of your settings, contacts and ringtones. I've had to reset it three times in the past 4 months. Do not buy this phone if you are in the least bit klutzy or ever come into contact with water.
Excerpt: I really like the Sony Ericsson phones. They have a long battery life and they lots of options to personalize. The Sony Ericsson website has plenty of free games, themes, music, etc. This phone is very durable and has good radio reception, all thought the speakers are sometimes not clear.