Ericsson A2618s Reviews
Product Type: Ericsson mobile phones
Newest Review: ... so I popped into the “Orange” shop in King’s Lynn. The cheapest phone was the Ericsson A2618s, at £49.99. I ... more
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Customer Ericsson A2618s Reviews (8)
by - written on 11/01/02, updated on 11/01/02 (Very useful, 291 readings)
I have recently purchased a new mobile phone (the Ericsson A2618s) , and was soon amazed how much mobile phone technology has moved on in the last year. If you are really up to date with mobile phone technology, then I suggest you skip this review, as I may be stating the obvious. However, if, like me, you are a complete novice to mobile phone technology, this review is for you! Anyway, last Christmas (year 2000) I was bought a Motorola Orange m3788e phone. They were on special offer in Argos for around £25 at the time. With pay-as-you-go cards, this was quite a cheap way for me to phone home if I was going to be late from work, as an emergency option, etc. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/01, updated on 16/09/01 (Very useful, 212 readings)
Purchasing this mobile I dont regret but I had a setback after I bought it as the messages wouldn't send. I was thinking of changing it but I'm glad I didn't as I just changed some factory numbers and its working. Its my first mobile and I was unsure of how to set it all up but the phone came with a large manual and you can set it up online. Online it is so simple you just follow instructions and fill in any details necessary and you receive an update on your phone. It comes in a text message format so you just read it then delete it then its updated. I was anxious to use my phone but I had to charge it up for 16 hours which seemed to last ages. I was attracted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/01, updated on 11/09/01 (Very useful, 294 readings)
Yes at last after all this time, 2 years, I have a mobile phone and I couldnt of chose a better one. My first thought was it isnt small enough its not light enough but it did look very sexy and it has style. When you have a good close look you really appreciate its stunning looks and design. I have a black and gold cover for my phone and it looks a lot better than the pic given with the flower on it. --------------------------------------------- Apart from just looking stunning you can embark on its great games and a ring tone composer which can keep you contained for a few hours. The games include PACMAN :- called E-maze and its just like pacman ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/01, updated on 03/08/01 (Useful, 98 readings)
At first, I found this phone great, like many of the other reviews, but have found some big faults. It is very easily damaged - in 3 months of having it, I've cracked the screen and the ariel snapped off, which are costly to repair out of warranty. I had the ariel quoted as £30, and the screen £15. Lucky it was taken in under warranty. The functions are good, but it is a bulky handset and i'm not too impressed with it anymore! They were novel to begin with, like compose your own ringtone, but now it's just naff. The tetris is still good, and the other games! WAP doesn't work with it on BTCellnet, which is disappointing since I bought it as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/01, updated on 22/04/01 (Very useful, 406 readings)
I warn you, this opinion is going to be passionate. It’s going to contain feelings, which you might think are unnatural between a man and his mobile. Well, if society can't handle it, I’ll move to Japan. This phone is the mutt’s nuts, the pooch’s pebbles, the dog’s boll...you get the picture. What did you say? Get to the point Noggsy? Ok, ok, you’re so impatient! I bought the phone for £39.99 from the Mobile Phone Store (part of the BTCellnet group of shops) because my Nana asked me to help her look for a pre-pay mobile and that looked to be about the best. Whilst showing her how to use it (no easy ... Read the complete review
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