Mitsubishi Astral Reviews
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Customer Mitsubishi Astral Reviews (21)
by - written on 10/08/01, updated on 10/08/01 (Very useful, 293 readings)
This device is known as a "Mobile phone". That means that it is a phone that you can take almost (I wouldn't take it swimming) anywhere. With this phone, you can enter in numbers and press the green "call" button. The number you entered is the number of another phone (not necessarily another mobile phone though). The other phone then rings (once a connection has been established, which may take some time, so be patient) letting the person you want to contact know that someone is phoning them (as long as that phone is not currently in use. They would then pick up their phone (or press a button if it is a mobile phone) and say something ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/01, updated on 09/08/01 (Useful, 80 readings)
The trium first attracted me in a number of ways. 1. It looked different 2. It had pictures all over the menus 3. It worked - you can phone people with it! I'm still happy with the Trium, even today in the world of credit-card fones. Wouldn't you just lose them? There are a number of disadvantages to the Astral though. The size is quite inhibitive - it's a hefty size, but it's robust too. You can't change any of the pictures, and you can only have one of twelve in-built ringtones (you can't compose more!) It's harder to get parts (cases) because of the slightly uncommon nature of the fone It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/01, updated on 10/06/01 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I bought this mobile phone in July last year. It was my first mobile and one I intended to keep for a while. I bought it to do the job, I was on a limited budget and wanted to simply be able to send and receive sms and calls. The package with a Vodafone all calls SIM card cost me £40 at the time but I'm not too sure how much it is now. On many platforms this mobile can be praised. It does everything it sets out to do. The screen is clear and easy to read, the menus are easily accessed and gotten round thanks to the navi-key function. The ringtones are non customisable and they are all of the same averagely bad mood. The sms message alert is very cool so this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/01, updated on 09/06/01 (Very useful, 201 readings)
What you are buying with this phone is a bottom of the range basic phone. All I want from a phone is that it let me make and recieve calls and text messages, and it stores my phone numbers. I think you'll find thats what we all want from a phone, but some people seem to demand so much more (but to me thats like insisting that I need a Mercedes to get my shopping back from Tesco when an old Escort would do). The handset isn't physically to big (4"x1"x3/4" approx.), okay so its not upto more recent handsets but it certainly isn't big. Possibly the worst thing apperance wise is that it has an extendable ariel, but you don't generally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/01, updated on 21/05/01 (Somewhat useful, 13 readings)
This was the first mobile phone I owned. I have recently purchased a 3310 as the Trium was getting abit boring and dated. I have recently seen the phone for what it is - not that good. At the time it seemed to me that as long as it did the job it'd do as I didn't think I'd use it that much anyway. However, as time went on I realised that it could be so much better. I was constantly borrowin a family members 3210 so decided to get a new phone. I now see that the Trium Astral did do the job but nothing more - and thats its main downfall. If u want a phone to use only very occasionally then this is the one as it is sturdy and reliable (and the message ... Read the complete review
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