Ericsson T18s Reviews
Product Type: Ericsson mobile phones
Newest Review: ... With a built-in clock with alarm function, calculator and many more features the Ericsson T18s is a very attractive package ... more
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Customer Ericsson T18s Reviews (26)
by - written on 22/04/01, updated on 03/05/01 (Useful, 50 readings)
Want a versatile, easy to use phone that can keep you in touch with people all over the world – then the Ericsson T18s is the phone for you. The T18s is a dual band phone weighing only 146g and has a flip key cover that hides all the main buttons when closed. The flip is used to answer calls and hang up. The T18s enables you to assign different ring tones to 10 different incoming callers and it can also memorise the last 30 dialed, missed or answered calls. The T18s will also store 15 text messages for you. With a built-in clock with alarm function, calculator and many more features the Ericsson T18s is a very attractive package indeed. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/01, updated on 19/03/01 (Useful, 25 readings)
When it cam time to upgrade my phone I needed something small, light(ish) and that had a flip cover so I wouldn't be forever dialling from my pocket as I usually do. I plumped for the T18 as it seemed to fit the bill and was a £30 upgrade with Orange. It's got a lot of features for the money, the voice dialling is excellent, never fails for me, the vibrating alert is great and the phone is very robust which is great if your as clumsy as I am. Main gripes are the size of the buttons (what did I expect, the phone is tiny?) but the most annoying thing is the occasional lag after pressing the keypad. This can be most annoying especially if your onto ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/01, updated on 10/02/01 (Useful, 32 readings)
After 10 years of using Nokia products I became disillusioned with their poor reliability. I had never been keen on the looks of the admittedly well renowned Ericsson’s until the launch of this model and it’s sibling the T10. A neat looking little handset with a multitude of features including programmable ring tones, vibrating alert and an active flip. And I am not disappointed with the reliability either. It’s the first handset I’ve had in 10 years that hasn’t failed within 12 months! The only issue I have had with it is a premature shutting down problem, which seemed to suggest a faulty battery, but was in fact cured by using a pencil ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/01, updated on 15/02/01
The Ericsson T18s was the second phone I bought and I still have it now, even though I want to buy the new T28s, which is amazing in looks and functions. But the T18s is a good phone but not very nice looking but the menus and functions are brilliant and is a good phone to start with. The phone has alarm, text messaging and has it’s own melody editor so you can make your own ringtone or enter a bit out of one of your favourite music track If you are a beginner at mobile phones I would suggest the T18s. But if you’ve had a few phones before I would suggest getting this one, the T28s is brilliant. Chris ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/01, updated on 19/01/01 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I recently upgraded my old Motorola phone to an Ericsson T18s and must say I am very pleased I did. My phone account is a bill phone, orange everyday 50 plan top be exact so I was able to obtain this phone for £25 as an upgrade. The phone itself is small and compact with a flip top front. This alone made it worth whilte for me as I had a habit of ringing people up by accident on my previous phone by knocking the buttons. This phone protects you from that. What you get for your money is pretty good. I have owned an Ericsson phone before and always found them reliable. I did have one complaint, the battery kept coming loose and turning the phone off. This ... Read the complete review
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