Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
Newest Review: ... that won it for me as I have the pink version of the phone pictured. I wanted something girly for a change. I brought mine on o2 pay ... more
nokia not again
Member Name: barbie84
Disadvantages: a lot
Around four months ago my old Motorola decided to give up the ghost and stop working so I was on the look out for a new phone, I wanted something that was not a touch screen as I am useless with them and something that could survive in my house with the children so I opted for a nokia.
To be honest it was the colour that won it for me as I have the pink version of the phone pictured. I wanted something girly for a change. I brought mine on o2 pay as you go for £40 which I think is rather reasonable for a nokia.
It is easy to use and is exactly the same as nokias I have had in the past as far as the settings go and everything is in the same place so great for a technology phobic me.
In the four months I have gad it though the apps section of my phone has crashed twice and I have had to delete and reload all of the apps in thee which is a bit of a pain and not something I would expect from a nokia that are usually good phones.
It has lost all the hone numbers stored in it twice too for some random reason.
It is a slide phone to open and the top piece of the slide already has started to come loose, it rocks slightly now which is not good after just four months.
Over the last few weeks I have noticed that around once a day when it has been being used on the Internet for a while and got warm it will just cut out on me.
Overall I probably wouldn't recommend this phone to anyone and as far s nokias are concerned they used to be fantastic but I won't be buying another one.
Summary: no more nokias for me
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