“ Talk time 90 - 120 min; standby time 110 - 130 h; voice dial; voice command; organizer; to-do list „
I purchased my phone through BT pay as you go where I top up every 60 days with #50 and get a free land line number. I have had my phone for 19 months and have not yet had any problems with it. I do not get reminded to top up so often go much longer than 60 days as #15.00 seems to last quite a long time. The only problems I have had is trying to locate the accessories i.e. phone case etc. This phone is extremely light weight, voice activated with a diary and to do list so it can be used fully as an organiser. The battery power lasts for ages and I have always been able to get a clear signal.
I bought my Philips genie DB in a BT shop for the ridiculous price of £19.99 on Cellnet pay and go free best friend - That was well over 2 months ago. I haven't topped up yet as they have not reminded me to!! Phone is now discontinued which explains the crazy price - 6 months ago it was £149.99! This phone came out 2 years ago as the smallest+lightest in the world at the time weighing 99 grams. It has voice activated dialling, vibration alert, diary/to do list allowing 40 alarmed reminders, lithium battery, one touch dialling, clock/date/alarm. Build quality is excellent. To be honest for this price you will not find anything to touch it. Even for £50 it is worth it. Call quality is good but for some reason tends to cut out more frequently than normal which does not happen with my Motorola cd 930 also on Cellnet, so not sure there. A quality phone which is packed full of great features.