Summary: Nice little phone. Almost 2 little. Slips out of ur hand when opening. Fell into urinal once. Luckily it was clean. I hesitated a split second b 4 pulling it out. Still worked. Be careful when u open it. It's a good compact phone.
Summary: I used to own a Walkman W518a..I got at an AT&T store as a free upgrade..I loved it alot. I wear hearing aids and had no trouble whatsoever using it with them. The call quality was the best out of any phone I've owned. I could hear very well on the Walkman compared to other cell phones. I heard the company discontinued them and was sad to hear that.
Summary: This phone purchased as replacement for like model. Original phone served well, but, with several strange quirks. So far this one has been ok. The phone is very rugged, has physically held up better than the old Razor before it. Only drawbacks have been speaker and battery life. Speaker was always weak but deteriorated to jibberish. When bill arrived it was always interesting to see what it had managed to buy, call, or otherwise cost me during the previous month.
If you don't want a smart phone but want a phone with a lot of features.
13 September 2011
Summary: I had this phone before.When the charger failed,I looked at at&t for a replacement. The Pantec 3 was the only choice and I felt was a step down from what I had before.Pluses 3.2 mg pic camera,fm radio for pbs,small size,memory card,bluetooth.negetives charger,needs screen cover to protect it from the keys,some times the songs go off when the bluetooth is running in the car.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace my previous Sony 350 flip phone. The flip broke and I was not able to have it repaired. I went to the AT&T store and this is the upgrade. Since I did not want to renew my phone contract, I purchase on ebay. The phone is OK and has many new features which are good. The only problem that I seem to having is the battery needs to recharge every other day. I am not sure if this is because I am on the phone for long periods of time.
Summary: Pros: The Sony Ericsson w518a is a great all around phone. It gets good reception (After all, it is a phone, right?) The Sony Ericsson w518a had a wonderful user interface, as does every Sony phone I have used. The text input, notebook, alarm, calendar, contacts features are awesome. Every phone has these features, but Sony consistently overachieves in design.