What phone do you have?
22 Dec 09
i changed two phones, one is nokia 5700 ,works well but i do not like that design, one months ago i bought 1pcs blackberry 8300 from www.orientronics.com , i like this phone so much, it have wifi and i can use as a small laptop, cna go to email and so on,very excellent phone with cheap price.
• United States
5 Dec 09
Well to be honest I have a Virgin Mobil pre pay phone that I have had for about 5 years now. There is nothing fancy about it. It is mainly a phone for emergencies, but it actually gets really great reception. I paid 19.99 for it 5 years ago. I pay 20.00 every three months and that is that. I don't like talking on the phone so lieterally it is just there in case my car breaks down or I get lost or am running late or something like that.
18 Nov 09
I have recently upgraded my contract with Orange and selected the LG Viewty Smart GC900 in black to replace my Sony Ericsson k800i. I can't stand it. Aesthetically, it is beautiful, with a large touchscreen and a chrome homescreen button. I chose the phone because it boasted an 8 MP camera which far exceeded both the 3 MP camera my Sony Ericsson had as well as a digital camera of about 7 MP which my parents bought me for Christmas last year. The camera is more than disappointing and often refuses to focus taking nothing but blurry, over-exposed photographs. The touchscreen is barely responsive and there can be delays of up to three seconds waiting for certain menu items to load. Although contractually, I have a very good offer including 600 minutes, unlimited text messages, 500 MB of free internet per month as well as access to Orange Maps - the phone doesn't actually have very many features which set it apart. All of the games are trials and the applications are useless although fun for the first 30 seconds. The QWERTY keyboard is tricky to use and the predictive text doesn't fare much better. There are plenty of sleek animations to make everything look more exciting but in reality this just bogs down using your phone and I find that vital settings which apply to the functionality of the phone are missing and this annoys me. Like you, chantalgiardina, I don't find that I use my phone as much as I once used to simply because it is more difficult. Whereas I used to be able to walk and send a text message, I am no longer able to do so because of the concentration that is needed to type accurately. Personally I am very impressed with the Satio that has just been released by Sony Ericsson. Not wanting to buy into the apparent hype of Blackberrys and iPhones, I understand that the smartphone is an intuitive industry and one that is rapidly increasing. Given my previous experience with Sony Ericsson I have no doubt that I would probably be similarly impressed with its 12 MP camera and various other features.