Motorola C520 Reviews
Product Type: Motorola mobile phones
Description:Motorola C520 - Cellular phone - GSM - black / All Motorola cellular telephones are manufactured to exacting specifications and world-class quality standards, and are designed to withstand the harshest environmental conditions. Their commitment to Total ... more
Motorola C520 ... Customer Satisfaction and over sixty-five years of experience in personal communications mean you can depend upon the quality of this Motorola product.
The Motorola c520 is a budget Motorola phone. Extremely easy to use, the c520 has easy-to-follow menus and high definition display. When combined with your personal computer, the appropriate software and a data lead, the c520 can send and receive faxes, email and data.
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Newest Review: ... be seen with. The ariel is around an inch long and it does tend to stick out a bit. The buttons on the phone are easy to use ... more
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Customer Motorola C520 Reviews (21)
by popmusicfan - written on 31/12/11
The Motorola C520 was my first mobile phone, back in the day! I was given it by my dad who decided to "upgrade" to the Nokia 402 (which I also received as a "hand me down"...). The phone is basically a BRICK. It's so big and bulky that it's actually embarrassing to be seen with. The ariel is around an inch long and it does tend to stick out a bit. The buttons on the phone are easy to use and they never broke when I had mine, nor did they sink in like my BlackBerry. The phone is pretty durable and sturdy to be honest. It's not that easy to hold in the hand though as it's so big! I preferred the 3310 as it was a lot smaller than this brick. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/02, updated on 17/05/02 (Very useful, 513 readings)
Ringtones?Logos?Vibrating ringer?Games? I know nothing of these and don't wish to. The Motorola c520 was my second mobile phone,which I used to replace a horrible trendy Nokia 3210. The Motorola is a nice chunky size,so it can't be lost as easily in the bottom of my bag,behind the bed as a smaller more fashionable phone can be.Some people mght find that annoying as it wouldn't fit in a small trouser pocket of tiny handbag when out clubbing. It is fairly heavy but still nice and comfortable to use and unlike the Nokia I had before does not slip out of my hands constantly.Button size is large so it is really easy to see especially when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/01, updated on 10/10/01
I no wen needs been on my mind, that dis da look is in ur eye. i thought wiv time u'd realise, its over over. its not the way i choose to live. but somehting somewheres got to give and sharing this relationship gets older older. I no wen needs been on my mind, that dis da look is in ur eye. i thought wiv time u'd realise, its over over. its not the way i choose to live. but somehting somewheres got to give and sharing this relationship gets older older. I no wen needs been on my mind, that dis da look is in ur eye. i thought wiv time u'd realise, its over over. its not the way i choose to live. but somehting somewheres got to give and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/01, updated on 22/03/01 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Being quite sceptical about mobile phones, I finally accepted their usefulness 2 years ago and bought one - and it appears that I hit the jackpot first time, because my Orange Boxed & Ready is still going strong. Basically, you're provided with the phone itself, plus line rental - and you're given 15 free minutes each and every month - all this for one price. That means that if you don't use up your 15 minutes each month ( and yes, they do roll-over ), then you will never see a bill from Orange in your life! If you do go over your 15 free minutes then you'll be billed - but the prices for calls are standard, and while you may find a few deals ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/01, updated on 18/03/01 (Useful, 29 readings)
NO Motorola, this is NOT how you make mobile phones nowadays, maybe 5 years ago, or possibly 10, but NOT TODAY! This phone has 3 "useful" (and I mean that VERY loosly) features. 1)It can recieve a signal, so you can ring people up. 2)You can send and recieve text messages with great difficulty and fuss. 3)When people ask you, "Do you have a Mobile?" You can reply, "Yes, yes i have" but then go silent and run away, because if the find out that you have a Motorola, they will beat you until you start oozing around the floor in a gooey mess. It is heavy and bulky, and the asethetics are great, if you are somebody who loves ... Read the complete review
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