LG KP100 Reviews
Product Type: LG Electronics mobile phones
Description:LG KP100 - Cellular phone - GSM / The KP100 is a small and practical mobile phone which is a fabulous easy to use introductory handset from LG.
Newest Review: ... but they shouldn't normally do this unless you ask. The PUK code is used to unblock your phone if the pin is entered ... more
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Customer LG KP100 Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/08/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I have used this phone for a little while and I love it. It seems ever so modern due to its light weight and sleek design. You can buy the phone in either a white or black colour and it comes in quite a small box. Included is a charger, the phone and also a sim card if you have purchased it with one on pay as you go for example. The box was very easy to unpack. Everything slided out in a little cardboard tray with sections partitioned for the phone itself, charger and other bits including instructions. The phone was in a little plastic packet and slid out. Switching it on, it had a fair amount of battery on there. You should be given the pin code if the shop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
The LG KP100 is a great little phone, which is very easy and simple to use and serves to simply contact people with ease. It's not expensive at around £19.99 with some credit, but the phone doesn't have an excess of extra features. The phone is very slim and mine is made of white plastic with a blue and white back cover. The screen is of a good size and has a good brightness and contrast, which can both be adjusted so you can easily see the screen in bright light or at night. The LG logo is just above the sign and the mobile company logo is below. There are two select buttons and the green dial and red hang up buttons. Between these 4 buttons is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Useful, 27 readings)
This phone is what I like to call a does-what's-needed phone. It hasn't got a ton of features and in today's world of smartphones and enchanted Blackberrys it's seen as very primitive but I would perhaps recommend it to young children who need a cheap phone for an emergency or for senior citizens, who would like a phone but one that's easy to use. In the two years I used it it was extremely durable surviving many drops and a fair amount of liquid damage. As for it's features it has polyphonic ringtones already supplied along with the usual text messaging and alarm clocks that you'll find on every phone. A word of warning on the texting front ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Useful, 35 readings)
I bought this phone a few months ago and so far have had no problems. It cost £20, but it was the only option because I didn't want to pay the minimum top up (which would have added £20!). But if you're willing to do this then you could probably get it for less, especially in the sales. I don't know how easy it is to unlock, so mine is on T-Mobile. Probably more expensive to unlock then a Nokia or a more common phone. So check this before you buy. And also there are limited features apart from alling and texting, there is no internet but there is a speaker phone, calculator, calender, memo, alarm, a sudoku game and I think there may be a few others such as a converter. .. Read the complete review
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