Alcatel One Touch Club db Reviews
Product Type: Alcatel mobile phones
Newest Review: ... which has to be scrolled through to find any kept messages. The actual buttons themselves were also inefficent, being small ... more
Customer Alcatel One Touch Club db Reviews (8)
by - written on 05/07/01, updated on 05/07/01 (Useful, 72 readings)
The Alcatel Club DB was my first mobile phone, as I was on a tight budget, and it seemed the best value at the time. That was only last year though, and it was barely months before I was unsatisfied. Although it makes calls perfectly well and you can write and recieve messages on it, the interface leaves somewhat to be desired. Although the phone will display all characters, it is only able to create upper case, which will come across as SHOUTING in text msgs. The length of names available within the directory was also pitifully short. The other major drawback was the message system. Rather than choosing a message to read from a menu, all messages that had been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/01, updated on 03/01/01 (Useful, 440 readings)
I've just bought one of these as a present for my girlfriend from Virgin. 30 quid including the connection pack with a fivers worth of calls, which I consider to be an excellent price. Now I have to state that the phone will not be used on the Virgin (One2One) network, so I can't really comment on that, as it was bought with the express intention of using as an upgrade to her old Nokia 402 on Orange. So if anyone is thinking of doing this, I can recommend it. You have to write off to Virgin (address is i the box) and tell them the details about the phone - they then send you the codes to unlock it. This took (over the busy Christmas period) less than 2 weeks to .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/00, updated on 17/11/00 (Useful, 56 readings)
This is the second mobile I've owned and is among many I have used at one time or another, and it is simply the best one I've used, the built in hands free kit is very useful allwoing you to keep your hands for other activities and without the annoying "hands free" kits you get with other phones that include wires that tangle around you. The reception is good, the phone is dual band, there is no better practical phone that I am aware of, the only downside is that it can be difficult to use at first. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/00, updated on 23/10/00 (Useful, 100 readings)
Simple to us and cheap to buy - £27.99. you get £2.50 on it and another £7.50 when you register. We have just bought this phone for our Mum as she is not exactly mobile phone orinated this is ideal. As its just for use if she goes out and needs to call anyone to help her this is just the job. You can put a £5 card on and use it. No getting a card every 60 days or a £15 one so everything is so easy. We tend to think of giving phones to the younger generation so if they go out you can reach them anytime anywhere and they can phone home easily but we forget the older generation where it comes in just as handy. They can keep it by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/00, updated on 19/07/00 (Very useful, 256 readings)
I decided to cast aside my principles and take the gamble of getting a mobile phone. I had already decided on going with the Virgin Mobile network because of the cheaper call tariffs otherwise I would have gone with Orange. It was just a case of picking a phone that I liked and that would do the job. I plumped for the Alcatel because it has good looks and is very practical. Ot also has good features free with it like the stylish stand/charger and the clip on belt clip that is supplied. The phone is available for 60-00 with a 12-50 Virgin Mobile service pack on top which includes 10-00 worth of calls. Being a Virgin you also have access to the Virgin Extra section ... Read the complete review
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