Buyers Guide: Mobile Phones Reviews
Description:Write an opinion on how to choose the right mobile phone. No opinions about specific handsets please!
Newest Review: ... allowance. Often something like 600 minutes, unlimited texts for £30 a month with a a Sony Ericsson C902 for example. If you stay with in your allowance you just pay the monthly tariff, go over and you pay more. In recent years there's been 2 other post pay types of deal, one of them it mainly run by T-Mobile and is called "Flex" in which you pay the same way as a contract except ... more
Customer Buyers Guide: Mobile Phones Reviews (49)
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The piece is solely about mobile phone PRICING plans, it doesn't take into account network signal quality. Mobile phones have come a long way in the past 3 or 4 years, both in technology with things like the Iphone and the XTC and with pricing plans. About 5 years ago you either had a Pay As You Go (PAYG) or a Contract, but with modern day being about more options and selections, menu's that are never to big phone dealers have started to offer more ways to have a phone plan. The obvious two are still PAYG and contract which can easily be summarised as Pre-pay and Post Pay. With a PAYG you pay in advance for credit that you then use any way you want, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/08 (Very useful, 14 readings)
When choosing a mobile, you need to think about a lot of things, network, type of phone, what you use your phone for and how much you use it. ==Network== Out of all the networks I have used O2 is the one I recommend. Its at a reasonable price and the connectivity is great, with Vodafone the connectivity was great but I find the price to be well to expensive, with the other networks, I find that they are cheap but with no connectivity so no signal. ==Type of Phone== When looking for a type of phone, go by what you want it for and how much you use it combined. For example if you are just using it for business, try a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/05
motorola A835 - Advantages: features, videocamera, 3G - Disadvantages: buggy software, data loss, "mobile" ??
by - written on 09/11/04, updated on 28/04/05 (Very useful, 194 readings)
This phone appears fantastic on the face of it. When you first get it in your hand your immediate reaction is, 'how old is this phone? it's huge!' Well the phone has fantastic picture quality and the video player facility is superb. You have easy access to sports news and football highlights as well as a wide range of other WAP services. The premiership highlights that I have downloaded are superb. The quality is amazing, it could give a portable television a good run for its money. The sound is also very good, it makes you feel like you're at the game. The phone does have a very good memory. I was able to store around an hour of video, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/02, updated on 11/07/02 (68 readings)
Why no pick up a Nokia 8260, that me tell you why. It has good sound quality,long battery life,nice looks and extensive set of features,the Nokia 8260 is very good choice. The NOKIA 8260 looks very nice. The antenna is located internally,so you cannot see it[and it doesn't get in the way when you pull the phone out of your pocket].The colors and sleek design are also nice. COLORS You can get the phones in three colors: RED PEPPER, CARBON GRAY or ELECTRIC BLUE. The buttons are silver and the phone's front panel has silver and black elements that do not change with the change in phone's color. SIZE The phone is ... Read the complete review