Mitsubishi Mars Reviews
Product Type: other mobile phones
Description:The Mars has a changeable CLICK-ON face and battery cover. Mars also comes with a shockproof resistant cover. You get 130 hours of standby time; 3 hours of talk time; data & fax capabilities; T9 predictive text input for speedy typing and a one-button; ... more
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Customer Mitsubishi Mars Reviews (43)
by - written on 31/03/03, updated on 31/03/03 (Very useful, 43 readings)
My first mobile phone.... I was one of those people who, when mobiles first started becoming big, swore I would never buy one as they were just pointless for people my age and they were just used so people could say 'ooo... look what I've got'. I expected mobile phones to just be a passing craze as Pogs and Tamagotchis were. I realised after about a year however that I was wrong... So I gave in to temptation and decided that I wanted a mobile phone for Christmas. I told my parents this and they agreed to get me one. I was just expecting the cheapest brick on the market and as long as I was able to text people I was happy. Imagine my suprise when on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/02, updated on 05/10/02 (Very useful, 33 readings)
OVERVIEW: -------------- This little phone is very strong and durable. It hasa great range of features and I am thoroughly impressed... Design: --------- When I first saw this phone in my local Currys I thought it looked absolutely brilliant! It was small, lightweight and functional. I had to have it. It's funky looks and miniscual dimensions are pleasing to the eye and with its interchangeable covers, screen savers and menu icons it looks absolutely superb - secondto none! Man or Mouse? ----------------- I have read a few reviews for this phone, and in the whole agree. However, I disagree with the amount of times people say ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/02, updated on 30/09/02 (Very useful, 74 readings)
The term don't judge a book by its cover is applicable in this case although it should be rephrased to don't judge a phone by its outside case. On appearance this phone looks smart and small. It also has good features such as WAP and vibrating ring modes. The phone even comes complete with two games. Sounds pretty good and I admit it is for about the first month or so... The phone has a pretty slinky design on the face of it although the material used is quite cheap and is very easily subject to wear and tear. The phone boasts the feature of express clip-on covers although finding them is difficult and the price can vary but usually costs around £15. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/02, updated on 31/07/02 (Very useful, 512 readings)
Remember Chocolate Mittens? Oh, you must. No? Well, it was the mainstay of children's parties in the late seventies and early eighties (the ones I went to anyway). What you do is put on the biggest, thickest pair of mittens you can find (ski gloves are good) and try to cut a cold bar of chocolate into cubes with a plastic knife and fork. You get to eat what you cut, but you only have a minute or so to do it. Oh, it's fun. Trust me. Anyway. Trying to use the Trium Mars is a bit like playing Chocolate Mittens. Especially the text messaging part, something on which I have all but given up. The keys are so unresponsive - and the T9 predictive text ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/02, updated on 13/06/02 (Very useful, 139 readings)
79 hours 27 minutes and 24 seconds About 10 years ago only bussiness men had mobile phones, why would the general public even need mobile phones? and me at 17 years old what would I do with this mobile waste my money on text messages and phone calls, probibally, but are there any other uses? YES Reasons for young people (children and teens) to have phones! 1. To call taxis or lift when out 2. For children if plans go wrong and they get lost or end up alone 3. When teens don't come home on time, a text warning can be given then a full blown row by a call 4. At 17 I passed my driving test, my mum would make me take my phone in ... Read the complete review
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