This phone is essentially the most useless piece of modern technology I have ever had the mispleasure of using. Whilst I aim to write a balanced review of it, I can find nothing positive to say other than that it is qutie slim and voice clarity is good.
Whilst this phone is now only around £20 to buy on a pay as you go plan, I can only assume that it once wasn't and I feel truly sorry for those who purchased one when they were first available. Sending a text message is nigh on impossible, with only several badly shown letters shown on screen at once (think writing words on a calculator) and reading messages is just as impossible. Far from being easy to use the phones menu is confusing, but does read some options aloud to you. (Warning - this can be quite startling at first) The only fonts used by the phone are calculator like "block letters" and the build quality is tacky, although mine hasn't fallen apart quite yet.
The phone comes with just one ring tone and the phone book is difficult to use due to the ridiculous menu system. The phone also comes with an alarm clock and options to change the time and date as well as the ringer volume.
I have a feeling this phone is aimed at being simple to use for older people, but it is anything but and should be avoided unless you need the cheapest possible phone on a given network going. If all you need to do is type in a number and call it, then you might not have too much trouble with this phone but otherwise steer well clear.
Simple, functional and fashionable - MOTOFONE has the features you need and can count on plus the look you aspire for, at a price that fits your pocket. Billions of people around the world have yet to make a phone call - and billions more have only just begun to explore wireless technology. Technology can be intimidating however MOTOFONE is convenience in voice communication.