What Brand of Cellular Phone Do You Own?

@mchavez11 (1406)
Philippines
November 14, 2009 9:49am CST
Mobile phones are a necessity especially in our time when communication is relevant as breathing. As an individual, each and everyone of us has their own preference especially in picking the things we like and prefer. Especially in buying cell phones, we have our own brand that we desire for whatever reason we have. For instance, most of us like phones that supports wi-fi and a high-pixelated camera. Like me, I prefer Nokia compared to other brands. My reason is that its user-friendly in terms of texting and navigating its features. Plus its resale value is high compared to its competitors. You? What brand of mobile phone do you own? Me, I own a Nokia e51, a business phone.
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@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
16 Nov 09
My cell phone is old brand Nokia70. I like this cell phone because I don't money to buy new..lol.
• Argentina
15 Nov 09
I own a Sony eric. and I dont like it at all .I would like to change it for a blackberry or I Phone because I think they are far better .
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• India
15 Nov 09
hi, the neccessity of mobile is to speak,text someone it has changed the computer era with communication I own nokia 3500c i do business more before having a mobile For business i prefer blackberry Regards Kannan
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@benny128 (3622)
14 Nov 09
I personally have an I-Phone, its the best phone I have ever had, used to have black berries and nokia's but the i-phone is just superb and so easy to use for my business. My brother works in a phone shop so have tried virtually every handset out there when a new hand set comes out I always have a play with them and still nothing to touch the i-phone in my opinion.
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
14 Nov 09
I-phone is neat but I still have a hard time in using touch screen phones. I have a sweaty palm. Thanks for posting mate. have a good one.
@jarred (178)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
hey i have an I phone too. i lost my samsung which was known to be the thinnest phone. My dad gave me his I phone because his fingers were too fat and he couldn't really use the touch screen feature, it bugs him so yeah he decided to give it to me.The I Phone is really awesome, it has everything in it, internet, music, movies, messaging feature, games and a lot more. It's like bringing your own PC. Great gadget.
@colu41 (273)
• United States
14 Nov 09
I own a spiced up Blackberry Curve.... I will never own another cellphone that is NOT a Blackberry. The best phone I've ever had. No problems, no worries, very convenient..=)
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Ive tried using a one when I was in Los Angeles. It was my mum's spare phone. Kinda enjoyed it but I am still not used to using a qwerty keypad phone. Thanks for posting.
• United States
14 Nov 09
I used to own an LG xenon, mainly for texting my friends. Now I use an iphone 3gs, because it was released near my birthday. The iphone3gs is AMAZING. It has every feature you can think of that you might possible need in any given situation. It's basically the best phone you'll run across. It's a pity that it is from the at&t company. I usually use verizon.
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
You can also talk to the person face to face if he/she owns a 3g phone as well. Neat.
@calyxus (827)
• Philippines
14 Nov 09
Have you heard about nokia 5110? That's the phone of the decade! You know why? Because even if you have it for over a decade it's still in good shape. LOL Sturdy, hardy and indestructible, almost. Just bear with the weight, structure and design. Oh wait, are they already obsolete? My bad, calyxus
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
It was my second phone. Its nice though. Bought it for like $200.
• Canada
14 Nov 09
motorolla
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
The only Motorola unit that got into me is the Moto Razr. Its design is timeless but the features is pre-historic. I think they should maintain its looks and upgrade its functionalities.
@raisur (423)
• Bangladesh
14 Nov 09
I have used sony-ericsson, samsung, motorola and htc phones in the past... then I have used nokia... presently, i possess a nokia 5800 and think the phone is really cool and full of features... but, using a windows mobile touchscreen phone before, i feel, nokia has rooms to make its symbian os for touchscreen phones (series 60, release 5) more user friendly... specially the scrolling part of it using touch, and when it doesn't have any button scroller or joystick... hopefully, they will... you might be knowing, nokia 5800 is nokia's first ever touchscreen phone...
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Wow. It seems you used almost all brands of mobile phones. That's cool.
• India
14 Nov 09
i use an N73..i really love it as well because of the wide range of applications avaiable on it..it doesnt have Wifi or GPs though..but there are applications which makes the N73 work just like as if has a GPS system and thats why im very satisfied with it...id say it would be one of the best phones if it also had WIFI
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Yeah I heard this nokia model. It's actually a hit here in our country. Have a good one mate.
• United States
14 Nov 09
Well I prefer samsung phones I have had alot of experience with nokias Sony erricsons kyocera lg and motorola. With lg and motorola being the absolute WORST!!!
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Yeah I agree. Especially Motorola. Less features and they're bloody lemon.
@kailah (36)
14 Nov 09
My first phone was Nokia coz its really user friendly, but when I discovered samsung I switch to samsung as it has a good quality and the price does not depreciate as fast as nokia. The parts of samsung are expensive though but its of good quality. if you're samsung user you will find it user friendly too coz you will get used to it.
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
I like Samsung's clamshell phones. They're nice and sleek looking. Elegant.
@hunieby (207)
• Philippines
14 Nov 09
I'm using nokia as it is user friendly. I'm not into gadgets so I find that the simpler the better works for me. I'm bored with reading the manuals and with nokia it has more or less the same features so I like it very much.
@mchavez11 (1406)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Yeah Nokia is so user-friendly and I can attest to that especially after trying other brands.
@sachii315 (489)
• Japan
7 Dec 09
Hi mchavez11! I currently own two phones. One is LG KU6000 or also known as LG SECRET in other countries, I use it as a roaming phone. The second one is LG KU9100 or also known as LG COOKY, I use it for local calls and messaging. Both of these are good Korean phones.
• Canada
3 Dec 09
I have an LG 550 Fusic. I've had it for about three years, and I absolutely love it. my contract will be up in October. If the phone still works I'll keep it. If iPhones are still expensive I'll keep it, but if I find a cheap place to BUY an iPhone (no contract) and a cheap place to pay for the service, then I'll transfer my old phone to my husband who needs a phone, and I'll get an iPhone.
@shilley (157)
• India
15 Nov 09
Hi,i too own a Nokia phone.My family members and others suggested me to go for other brands,but i insisted i want Nokia.I think we can have good looking Nokia handsets at reasonable price with out spending much and i also like it for the fact that it is more durable.I have Nokia 2626 black set.It has an in built transistor which entertains me whenever i feel bored or lonely,my Nokia keeps me occupied where ever with whom ever i am..
@bdugas (3582)
• United States
15 Nov 09
Well I don't have the best or the most expensive cell phone, but I think I get a better deal than most. I pay $40. a month, for that I get unlimited calling to any one any where, there are no minutes to count, or go over. I also get all the texting I can do, and calling to Mexico and Canada and some Europien countrys free too. I have free service to get information if I need a number while I am out, most charge $5. extra for this service. And I have the internet on mine. All free. So it does what I need it to do for half the cost and also I don't have a picture phone but planning to upgrade around christmas, but I have unlimited pic texing too. So is a good deal for me, I don't pay extra for the name of some company. I have good service and no problems with dropped calls.
@rexrevol (328)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
I currently own a Nokia 5130c Xprezz Muzic...cool for muzic liztening...video quality iz not that good though...but I ztil luv it. I'll probabaly juz buy a videocam...
• United States
15 Nov 09
I have a free TracFone and get a free monthly amount of minutes. I do not consider a cell phone to one of my life's necessities. I only use this cell phone for emergencies as I do not have the need for a cell phone as my land line serves all my communication needs.
• India
15 Nov 09
I take great interest in mobile phones. i have used many phones starting from Nokia 1100 to the e series sets. But my main problem is that i am very careless and lose my sets quite often. so i have now settled for a Samsung s3500 . It is worth Rs 5249 in Indian currency . It is a pretty fashionable cell and also cheap enough for careless people like me as it is also provided with a tracker system