"T-Mobile Razor phone is better than this stupid Ericson"
12 August 2011
Pros: Pro is for $5 a month you get 200 free texts. It's good for those that don't know how to use the smart-phones.
Cons: Bad sim card. Even when sim is in place, phone can say sim card NOT insterted. Battery runs out to atleast half. In the beginning it starts off like a good phone but after atleast 6 months it's no longer good. It's too slow to load up. CAmera quality is a
Summary: I liked the facebook integration and the larger screen from my W350a. Was dissappointed in signal strength and the front panel. Stupid rolled message everytime I touch one of the three buttons in front-- just wanted to know what time it was. Plus, it's GPS is locked to ATT. Google wouldn't work like the W350a. If the W350a was bigger with the same progam and had 3G (but including conversation texting), I wouldn't me looking for a replacement.
Pros: I like the way the product looks; the ring volume is loud and it has good features.
Cons: The phone is advertisied for up to 10 hours of talk time. I returned my first phone because I talked for 1/2 hour and the battery was half dead. I am on my second phone and it has the same problem with battery life! I am done with the phone!
"Loved it, except it won't send MMS picture messages."
1 March 2010
Pros: I love the software, multiple alarms, layout of the shortcuts, the screen and call quality was good.
Cons: It won't send picture messages. My self and others on ATT's site will tell you that after hours of trying with tech services, they finally replaced it with another brand because it won't send picture messages. I even tried 5 other ones in stores.
Sony Ericsson w518-a...or Sony's wanna-be Razr FAIL
5 January 2010
Excerpt: Before you read this, please remember that I am VERY hard on phones, (I have run over two of them!) so maybe if I put the stupid thing through less abuse it would work better. With that said, lets's get down to business. I won't lie, I do like the design of this phone if for no other reason than it is a flip phone (hooray for not being able to butt-dial!) and it does remind me of the Razr V3, which is one of the few phones I haven't managed to destroy.