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    1. Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
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    2. Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
    $199.99 list($299.99)
    3. Samsung D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
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    4. Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
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    20. Nokia 3595 TMO to Go Prepaid Phone

    1. Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002NM98Q
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 347
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Review

    The tri-band Motorola V600 cell phone features Bluetooth connectivity, an integrated VGA digital camera, and MMS with video clip playback. You'll also get "Situational Lights"--a feature that lets you light colors for various types of calls--and much more, all displayed on a large, high-resolution 176 x 220 pixels, 65,000 color interior screen.

    The basic Motorola clamshell format continues to provide a solid and attractive option for any dedicated cell phone user. Its steel frame is compact and attractive, (the faceplate-changing capabilities seem a bit unnecessary) and it's loaded with all the essential features you'll need for power usage plus a few bonuses. You may find the volume a bit high out of the box, and it goes into hibernate almost as fast as you can dial a number, but these are minor, adjustable quibbles on a truly stellar phone.

    Calling Features

    See a detailed view of the phone's features,
    front and back.

    Used simply as a cell phone, the V600 features a five-way navigation key with multiple dedicated function keys for easy menu navigation. Primary calling features include voice dialing, integrated speakerphone, vibrate mode, call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, auto-answer, auto-redial, roaming indicator, speed dial, linked (credit card) dialing, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, system select, usage alert, and a phone book of up to 1250 entries, including picture caller ID functionality. When the phone is closed, its external screen (two lines, 96 x 32 pixelss) displays caller ID, date, time, and various status icons, including text message waiting, voice message waiting, battery and signal strength, and voice and message mail. There's even a blue backlight on the secondary display for nighttime viewing.

    The V600 sports well-placed, well-machined keys, and its compact size does nothing to hinder dialing even for large-fingered users. The solid scroll keys bring you to very intuitive menus presented nicely on a single screen, marked by functional but showier-than-necessary graphics. There are also dedicated external buttons for speaker volume, voice recording, and ring volume.

    Messaging and Internet
    The advanced MMS capabilities built in to the V600 enable users to send, edit, forward, and receive image, text, audio, and video messages over the wireless Internet, to and from compatible phones or PCs. (Messages can run up to 100k in size.) You'll also get instant messaging capability, messaging templates, SMS two-way messaging, conventional email, and predictive text assistance. Beyond messaging, the V600's Internet connectivity lets you access online services such as stock quotes, road directions, airline information, entertainment, and more. You can also download Java applications (version CLDC 1.0, MIDP 2.0, 100k per application limit) for which the phone provides 5 MB total (shared) memory. High-speed data transfer and download round out the package. The V600 supports digital TTY/TDD functionality for the hearing impaired.

    Organizer
    Organizer features include a calendar, calculator with currency converter, date book with event storage, and voice memo. You can also transfer this data to your PC wirelessly via the phone's Bluetooth capability.

    We found the V600's appointment scheduling to be right in line with our fairly basic needs. Other than the universal annoyance of pecking out appointment details with the ten-key letter system (there's no QWERTY keyboard here as you'll find on some of the more recent, albeit early-adopter phones) this phone's organizer features provided enough data entry space for any busy person taking these functions seriously, but no more.

    Fun and Games
    For fun, the V600 sports a built-in 640 x 480 pixels integrated digital camera with zoom and brightness adjustment functions. Pictures taken with the camera can be stored in the phone or sent to others via multimedia messaging. The 5 MB of memory available for storing pictures is also shared with whatever wallpapers, screensavers, ring tones, Java applications, or games you may download from the Internet. The V600 also features 24 chord ring tone capability. Users can assign different tones for different callers in the V600's phonebook, and assign separate tones to denote incoming messages, faxes, and reminders. Wireless multiplayer gaming capabilities and two included games, "Bejeweled" and "Stuntman", round out the entertainment perks that ship with this phone.

    Conclusions
    We liked this phone's very basic camera. It was easy to use and worry-free and the device can be accessed instantly from the phone's top level screen menu. From power on, it only took us a moment to take and save a fairly nice picture. However, photo quality is only adequate; about as good as you'd expect for a cell phone circa 2004, as opposed to a dedicated digital camera. We also found the ring tones included with the phone to be generally pleasant, and it was a breeze to assign a custom tone to a number in the phonebook, thanks again to the easy menu system. The included games were basic and fairly fun (at least once). In "Stuntman", the phone's vibrate mode provided road rumble as a little car skidded around a bland, full-color stunt course. But player beware! Once the game starts, the volume becomes LOUD and is not apparently adjustable. Finally, there is a nutty little feature called Motomixer, which lets you modify various settings on little songs that you can download, emulating a very rudimentary, miniature studio console.

    In all, we found the Motorola V600 to be a rock solid, highly effective cell phone with attractive and efficient graphic and audio capabilities. We recommend the V600 without reservations for any serious user.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V600's security features include call restrictions, phone lock, and new password capability. The phone weighs 4.4 ounces and measures 3.46 x 1.85 x 0.91 inches. Its lithium-ion batteries are rated at up to 390 minutes talk time, and up to 175 hours standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 frequencies. In the box, you'll receive the V600, instruction manuals, a high capacity li-ion battery, a headset/earbud, and a battery charger. ... Read more

    Features

    • Colorful customizable external display
    • VGA camera with 4x digital zoom
    • Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity
    • 5 MB internal memory for downloadable applications, ringtones, wallpapers, and photos
    • Large 65,000-color display with video playback

    Reviews (145)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Availability
    This phone is currently one of the most used phones amongst people. I am trying to get this phone from quite a while and that too only on T-mobile plans. But due to the unavailibility of this phone from a long time, I am really not able to make finailze which phone should I go with. If this phone is made available again with T-mobile on Amazon, I will be glad to have it. It is my kind request to you that you make this phone available to your T-mobile customers soon.
    Thank you

    5-0 out of 5 stars great phone
    This phone is a great phone. it works wonderfully and it is very pretty and sophiticated. it is also durable i have droped mine numerous times and it still works like a charm. i have had other phoen with chrome and the other's chrome have worn off but not this one. it has stayed in wornderful shape. it is an advanced phone even though it doesn't tke any videos. it still has blue toothit is color you can download rings set pictures for when people call and much more. if i had to ay one thing i didn;t like about it, i would say the outside buttons press a little more easily then i would like but that shouldn't be a deterrent from getting this phone because that hasn't been a big problem for me. i hope this reveiw helps you decide which phone to buy!!!!!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars POS
    Do not waste your money on this phone.. I think it is possibly the worst phone ever.. I wished I would have done research before I bought it.. My friends have started to make fun of me saying my new favorite word is "Whats that?".. Reception is horrible and sounds like a walkie-talkie.. I'm always checking my phones volume because I usually can't hear anything and it always is the highest it goes.. I've had so many drop calls with this phone too.. I had to call people 4 times before ending up using my house phone... I'll have my phone in my pocket and next thing I know I take it out and have 2 missed calls.. the button is easily switched from vibrate to silent and even when it is on vibrate sometimes it doesn't do it... When I'm on the phone many times it will freeze causing me to take my battery out or other times I will just be browsing on it and the screen will go white and force me to take the battery out.. I've already sent this phone in once due to the camera not working, all the pictures I took where infrared.. This is my first motorola phone so i dunno if its just this phone or all of motorola.. BEWARE...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone Bad Rebate
    The phone works well.Occasional tinny voice on the other end of the line and had an occasional white screen probably in the first week or two of ownership.Great battery-life and reception and options.I sent in the rebate form from Amazon ten weeks ago, and it seems to have disappeared.Don't depend on getting your rebate check.

    1-0 out of 5 stars spare yourself the aggravation...
    initially i was pleased with this phone; the camera shoots fairly good outdoor pics (though not indoors), and the phone worked well enough--for a bit, anyway. i've had to have 3 replaced now (and 2 in a 2 week period alone) for what my service provider says are 'software problems' with this phone (they don't even sell them anymore). the keypad--flat, like most phones nowadays, has no separate keys--and i had major problems with the keys being hyper-responsive or non-responsive; i also kept getting error msgs that baffled my ever-competent provider (the phone kept saying my memory was low, and yet i store nothing on it), as well as other problems, too many to enumerate. i'm now switching to samsung, albeit somewhat regrettably, because i did like this phone; but obviously there are 'fatal errors' with the phone itself. in short, think long and hard about getting one (the last one i used for about a half hour before it 'broke' again). you'd think with all the technology at our disposal that a company could make a viable phone that will not die--or even just disappoint you--within a matter of weeks, or, for me, within a half hour. so, buyer beware. ... Read more


    2. Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by Motorola
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000WZWSI
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Motorola
    Sales Rank: 32
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Product Description

    Overview
    Compatible with T-Mobile cell phone service, the Motorola V300 features an Internet browser, integrated VGA digital camera, MMS text messaging, and more, all displayed on a large, high-resolution 176 x 220 pixel, 65,000 color screen. The V300's clamshell design also provides a 96 x 32 pixel, two line external screen, which displays caller ID, date, time, and various status icons (including text message waiting, voice message waiting, battery and signal strength, and voice and message mail, among others) without users having to open the phone. There's even a blue backlight for nighttime viewing.

    Assign pictures to everyone in your phonebook and havephoto caller id every time your phone rings
    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the V300 features a compelling, ergonomic design and a 4-way scroll key for easy menu navigation. Primary calling features include speech recognition, which allows users to speak a pre-saved name, number, or function and the phone will call it up automatically; as well as an integrated speakerphone, auto redial notification, call forwarding, call waiting, hold, alternate line/dual name, turbo dial keys (2-9), ringer/vibrate suppress, multiple call timers,multiple key answer, vibrate mode, memory for last numbers dialed and received, and a phone book of up to 1000 entries, including Personal Information Manager (PIM) functionality with picture caller ID.

    Messaging and Internet
    The V300 has instant messaging with real-time chat.
    Mobile messaging features are fairly standard: via MMS, users can send, edit, forward, and receive image and text messages to and from compatible phones or PCs. Images and ring tones received via MMS can be saved in phone's handy image gallery.There's also instant messaging capability, conventional email, and built-in iTAP software, which provides predictive text assistance. The V300 supports TTY functionality for the hearing impaired.

    The V300's built-in Microbrowser also gives users wireless Mobile Internet access to directions, stock quotes, airline information, entertainment, and more. Users can also download MP3 polyphonic ring tones, wallpapers, and other applications and games. Two games, Bejeweled and Prince of Persia, are included with the phone.

    Organizer

    Organizer features include a 1000 contact phone book with photo caller ID, a date book, and Mobile Phone Tools compatibility, which (combined with software that is sold separately) lets users create, edit, and synchronize date book and phonebook entries with your PC.

    The V300 can use polyphonic Mp3s for ringtones--use one ofthe 21 pre-loaded sounds, or make your own with the online mixer.
    Fun and Games
    For fun, the V300's integrated digital camera includes zoom and brightness adjustment functions, as well as 5 MB of memory for picture storage or for saving wallpapers, screensavers, ring tones, and games downloaded from the Internet. Ringtones are supported by a 22 KHz polyphonic speaker with 24 chord capability. Users can also assign different tones for different callers saved the V300's phonebook, and for messages, faxes, and reminders.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V300's security features include call restrictions, keypad lock, phone lock, application lock, and new password capability. The phone weighs 4.3 ounces and measures3.5 x 1.93 x 1 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 390 hours talk time, and up to 200 hours standby time.

    ... Read more

    Features

    • Tri-band GSM capability
    • Large color display features 65,000 colors
    • Built-in VGA camera with zoom
    • Supports text messaging and wireless Internet (WAP 2.0)
    • Comes with 35 ringtones and supports MIDI and MP3 formats

    Reviews (362)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't take T-Mobile
    I rarely say anything is bad but trust me on this one I live in Atlanta and T-mobile service is very-very Bad here. It is not me but atleast seven of my close friends experience. You will not get signal if you get signal you will get Network busy. I have no complain about v300 phone. It is excellent but good phone can't help you if service provider (T-mobile) is so bad. My friends have different phone but all of us face same problem

    No signal or Network busy. T-mobile is very bad

    1-0 out of 5 stars Went Through 3 already
    This phone SUCKS.I Have had to return two phones already and my third phone is already broken.The earpiece in the headset just stops working and you have to use speakerphone all the time in order to hear people.I never dropped any of my phones and always carried them in the holster given to me by t-mobile, yet they still stopped working.PIECE OF CRAP!!!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed
    I also bought this phone right when it came out and spent about $180 on it even though I was a T-Mobile customer for years by then. Two years later and I've finally gotten so fed up with it that I had to get a new phone. My phone's demise was that I couldn't hear anyone anymore. It started off as a small problem about a year ago...I couldn't hear people on select calls and it was only for a few seconds before the sound kicked in. Now, I can only hear someone if I put them on speaker phone.

    When I first got the phone, I had a lot of issues with it freezing. I called Customer Service, and they informed me that it was because I downloaded ringtones off of their website and my phone couldn't handle that. They wanted to completely wipe out all of the ring tones and pictures I had on my phone and reset it, after I had spent the money to purchase the ringtones off of their site. They finally agreed to give me a credit for the ringtones I had purchased before wiping them out. That seemed to clear up the problem, but then I had to use one of the phone's undesirable ringtones.

    Also, when using the camera feature, I would often have a big red dot in the center of my picture. I thought it was the lense, but, I took it to a T-Mobile store, and they told me that there was something wrong internally with the phone and I needed to contact Motorola. Of course, they told me I probably had something on my lense, so I just stopped using the camera part of the phone since my year warranty was up.

    When I called T-Mobile to get a new phone, they informed me that I had gotten a DEAL (spending $180 on a phone for it only to last 2 years) because it lasted a year longer than the manufacturer thought it would last.

    Overall, I would not reccommend getting this phone. While I put up with the problems for a while because I spent so much on it, it absolutely was NOT worth it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible technology in this phone
    I bought the v300 when it first came out, for $200 or so.A year and a half, and 4 replacement phones later, I am incredibly unsatisfied.I have had problems with the phone(s) from day one.On the first 2 phones, the battery eventually stopped charging up (within the first 2 months of purchase).On the second 2 phones, the phones screen would not work.

    I love the look, weight, and structual durablility of this phone.But, the technology was worthless.Do not buy this phone

    1-0 out of 5 stars Went through 2 of the same phones
    The first one busted in 2 weeks, I received a replacement, then the second one (same model) busted 6 months later.

    The problem was the same, I couldn't hear the person that was talking on the other end. ... Read more


    3. Samsung D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $299.99
    our price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002NMNXC
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 134
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Samsung's SGH-D415 rides a wave of high style and broad functionality. As you take the ringing phone from your pocket and lift it to your face in answer, its silver cover slides up all of its own accord, converting to a full-size phone. Just these few seconds are enough to catch the eyes of people around you, and you'll save valuable time in not having to stop to open the phone before talking.

    And, the phone is compact when closed but still offers a wide display (176 pixels by 220 tall) and a large keypad. The phone's 262,144-colors deliver richer, brighter, and clearer images than conventional displays.

    Calling Features

    Click the image to get a closer look at the D415's features.
    When the SGH-D415 rings it will attract the ears--and eyes--of everyone around you thanks to its 64 polyphonic ringtones. You can heighten the excitement of owning this phone with its clear and vivid ringtones by applying your own original sounds. With the SGH-D415 you can select a variety of sound effects to use for key tones, message alerts, opening or closing the cover, and simply turning the phone on and off. Making phone calls will be more fun with its unique keypad tones.

    Messaging and Internet
    Multimedia messaging service (MMS), an outgrowth of SMS (short messaging service), permits you to send multimedia messages with a combination of text, voice, music, and images to MMS-capable mobile phones. You can receive and send messages of up to 100 KB and store up to a total of 1 MB worth.

    Cameras, Fun, and Games
    Spruce up your documents with eye-catching images you've captured with your mobile phone's VGA digital camera. You can shoot up to 15 consecutive pictures in high-speed mode or up to 9 pictures in normal speed, so you won't miss the best shot. Select the best images to keep from those pictures, or keep all of them.

    The phone's unique, 180-degree rotating lens lets you shoot from every angle by simply turning the lens. Take self-portraits by pointing the high-quality lens on yourself while prepping your expression right there on the screen Four JAVA games--Bubble Smile, Fun2Link, Ultimate Golf Challenger, and Mobile Chess--come preloaded. The phone's JAVA ability lets you download programs you need of up to 850 KB from a variety of JAVA applets, including games and travel information, from various Web sites.

    Vital Statistics
    The SGH-D415 measures 1.9 x 3.8 x .96 inches (W x H x D, with standard battery) and weighs .25 pounds with battery. Standard talk time is 200 to 300 minutes, with standby time clocking in at 3.5 to 9 hours. It runs on the 900/1900 GSM/GPRS frequencies.

    What's in the Box
    SGH-D415 handset, standard battery, hands-free headset, SIM card, travel charger, and user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • 900/1900 GSM network capability
    • Swivel VGA (640x480) camera and video recorder
    • Large, high-resolution TFT display with 262K colors
    • Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
    • Includes phone and travel charger

    Reviews (32)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad but it could be better
    This is my current phone. The phone is cool, the menu system is the best that I have seen from Samsung. (I think Motorola has a better menu system) & the camera is ok but not great by any means.

    My biggest problem with the phone is that the ringer is very quiet even on the highest setting.

    Another problem I found with the phone is if you receive a picture message from a friend you cannot use it for a ringer caller id. You can only use pictures that you have taken.

    If I were to get a new phone I would go with a high end Motorola. (I would like to get my hands on a Razor v3 and hack it to use with T-mobile) Because even my old Motorola camera phone (with the detachable camera) had a better menu system then this one.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Bulky Cadillac Slider
    Nicest slider phone I have ever had, have gone through three of these phones, the earpiece speaker goes out in them pretty fast after a lot of use, ok picture quality, video is a joke! Very user friendly operating system, even while you talk on the phone. Pimp spring loaded sliding action, but phone is too large for active people. I had to downsize.

    1-0 out of 5 stars If only I can give a "0"
    This is by far the worst phone I've ever had.Not just me, but for my dad as well.We both got the same phone with family plan because I live about 400 miles away from home.I've used the Samsung p107 before and it worked great.I got the D415 with high expectations but it failed! After 4.5 months of using it, the screen malfunction.When people call, it does not light up!When I slide the phone open, the speakers don't work.But when I slide it down, it does but the screen doesn't.I was pissed.Then about a month later, the same thing happened to my dad at home.We were both like, wtf.He went back to his old Nokia and I went back to my old Samsung.This model is just bad.For those who gave 5 stars, wait and see.I used to think it was 5 stars.Not anymore.

    1-0 out of 5 stars NO NO
    Likes: Nice screen resolution, sd card,
    Dislikes:
    Battery life is HORRIBLE, I'm lucky to go a day without charging!! Volume for ringer and for ear piece is low, very hard to hear, especially in public.
    Menu seems almost ancient.
    Phone is Bulky.
    in my opinion it isn't very good. I would suggest putting the money towards the purchase of a nice digital camera and just purchase a good working phone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars No SAMSUNG
    Got it w/ t-mobile service, but fund that:
    Cheap korean products, cheap materials.
    LCD cracks within 2 months,
    low volume, hard to hear from the other side.
    poor reception,
    big size,
    no bluetooth
    POOR BATTERY
    and no speakerphone.

    Just be aware of Korean products ... Read more


    4. Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by Samsung
    list price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000E3GWH
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    Sales Rank: 636
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with T-Mobile cellular service, Samsung's dual-frequency GSM/GPRS SGH-E715 phone includes a Web browser, digital camera, some organizing software, and a host of other useful features.The phone's cover features a 80 x 64 pixel gray scale OLED subdisplay, which remains on even when your phone is closed, to display signal strength, battery power, and the time of day.

    Send or receive data through the IrDA-compliant infrared port on your PC.
    When a call comes in, caller ID is displayed on the outside so you can check who it is before answering. The area also displays message-received notices, and other alerts as they come in. The subdisplay also functions as a viewfinder if you want to take your own picture using the phone's 640x480 digital camera.

    The camera's main lens is a rotating device that can take multiple consecutive photos at a time. You can also save the photos and send them to a friend or colleague in a text message vis MMS service. The camera includes snazzy functions such as frame setting , tone control, effects, rotation, and a self timer. It can take color, black and white, or sepia-tone pictures, and it comes with a variety of stored image templates that you can use to decorate your snapshots. There's also an LED flash, which helps provide a clear view of your subject in dim light environments.

    The E715 sports 40 polyphonic ring tones, as well as many more available for download on the Web via the E715's built in Web browser. Also available for download are a variety of Java-based video games, compatible with the phone via Java MIDP version 2.0.

    As an organizer, the E715 includes a 1,000 contact phonebook, a scheduler, to do list and alarm. And, its IrDA (infrared) interface enables easy, wireless phone to PC sync connection. The phone weighs 3.4-ounces.

    SEE A DETAILED VIEW OF THE e715'S FEATURES

    What's in the box:

    Handset, travel adapter, battery, hand strap, user's manual, ear microphone.

    ... Read more

    Features

    • Large LCD color screen feature 65,000 colors (128x160 pixels)
    • Built-In VGA camera with 640x480 resolution, flash, and self-timer
    • Equipped with mobile Internet and text messaging
    • Supports 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
    • Download ringtones, wallpaper, and games

    Reviews (186)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love this phone!
    I have to say that I've had this phone for almost a year now and it's the best phone I've ever owned.I read many reviews before purchasing it stating that the battery life isn't good at all, but I did not find that true.I use my phone daily, several times a day and the battery holds a charge wonderfully.I have not been happy with the cell phones I've had in the past (and that has been MANY).I loved this phone so much that my husband bought one as well.I wasn't in the market for a camara phone, but this feature proved itself nicely.Good quality pictures.

    I give this phone 2 thumbs up!

    1-0 out of 5 stars WTF Samsung !
    This is by far the worst phone I've ever owned. I had the Nokia 3650 and I wanted a smaller phone. This phone hasvirtually no features that my old phone had. I just bought this phone solely on aesthetics and because it had a camera. It doesnt look bad but thats about the only thing it has going for it. The picture quality is awful to say the least and I have to recharge it every 2 days(keep in mind I only talk about 10 mins a day because I hate talking on the phone). Not only that but my sometimes it tweeks and just turns off by itself and deletes numbers from my phone book. Please steer clear from this phone...

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best phone ever!
    The samsung E715 phone is the best. This phone works great. Takes great pics and battery life last for ever. This great lil phone can take a beating and yet it still works. No problem with this phone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars the worst phone from samsung...crap....
    this crappy Samsung E715.. is the worst i have ever seeen. i've owned it for a year and it started to have the same display problem ( like many other customers of the e715).... and after exchanging the phone with t-mobile, the display is fine but the phone started to give queer ringtone sounds. the ringtone is singing very very fast and its such a pain to hear your phone ring!!!!! my first phone had problem with the phone book also!! it would delete the phone book entries stored to the phone overnight. initially i thought it was coz of over charging, but it was going on every couple of weeks and i had to call t-mobile to replace my phone. the picture quality is dreadfully poor... no individual ringtone can be given to each number but has a group ringtone option ( which is sick to have... no individual option but a group option... "r u using ur brains SAMSUNG engineers....").. no option of saving the pictures to the simcard...( it was painful to lose all my 100 odd pics when i had to return my phone for exchange and i lost interest in taking pics anymore after i got the exchange phone). i called t-mobile to make my 2nd exchange. my friend also had the same problems as i had and i would strongly recommend t-mobile to discontinue issuing this model any more and pray god to give the Samsung engineers useful brains to think better and make better phones!!!!!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not A Bad Little Phone
    I've had the E715 for about 8 months and it's been a fine phone. I made the switch from the Motorola V300 when I had calls that were getting dropped (turns out it's T-Mobile, not the phone, as I've had the same problems with this phone).

    I wish I had kept the V300.

    The Good:
    * It's a cute phone. Very attractive.
    * It lights up when on silent, which is a plus.
    * The camera isn't bad - better than most camera phones (non mega-pixel phones anyway).
    * The disk space is excellent. You can have many photos stored on the phone at once.

    The Bad:
    * The battery life is terrible. I have to charge this phone every night. I used to charge my V300 twice a week.
    * The ringtones are TERRIBLE. As you know, you can't download a "normal" ringtone from T-Mobile. ALL of the ringtones that come with the phone are dreadful, and borderline ridiculous. There is no simple ringtone located on the phone.
    * There is a button on the side of the phone that activates the camera with the flip phone closed...this means if it hits something in my bag, it ends up taking a bunch of black photographs (and making that obnoxious shutter noise sound, even on silent). This happens all the time.
    * No speakerphone.
    * The headset needs to be moved around to work, or you won't hear a thing. Not handy while driving.

    Overall, it's a good phone. However, my next phone will be a Motorola, as this phone lacks too many basic features. ... Read more


    5. Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by Nokia
    list price: $349.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00022NE6I
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Nokia
    Sales Rank: 615
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with T-Mobile cell phone service, the Nokia 6600 sports a ton of cool options and high-end functionality, including: a digital VGA camera with 640 x 480 resolution, 2X digital zoom, night and portrait mode; a video recorder that records 10 second clips at 176 x 144 resolution; built-in Bluetooth wireless data transmission; and mobile Internet connectivity, as well as a variety of organizer and phone calling capabilities. It's all wrapped up in a cool new design with a high-resolution,65,000 color screen.

    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the 6600 features a 5-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of handy features, including voice dialing and voice commands, integrated handsfree speakerphone, and the ability to record and send memos, conversations, and sound clips (up to 90 seconds). There's also a dedicated talk key, menu key, and exit key (among others), as well as polyphonic ring tones, vibrate mode, and much more. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf), and hearing aid support for the Nokia LPS-3 Loopset, (adapter and Loopset sold separately).

    Messaging and Internet
    The phone's XHTML browser provides high-speed data transmission (up to 43 Kbps) via GPRS, as well as access to work and private email accounts (SMTP, POP3 and IMAP). It also supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, and SMS distribution lists, and lets you send MMS (multimedia messaging service) packets containing combined image, video, text, and voice clips to compatible phones or PCs. Predictive text input and text message templates round out the package, along with the ability to expand your phone's functionality by downloading Symbian and Java MIDP 2.0 applications.

    Organizer
    The Nokia 6600's organizer features include a phone book with up to 500 contacts, a full calendar and to-do list, and an alarm clock with a snooze function, among others. You can sync up your organizer data with your PC wirelessly via your Bluetooth connection, using the included software (Sync ML or Nokia PC).

    Cameras, Fun, and Games
    As mentioned above, the 6600 comes with an integrated VGA digital still camera with 640 x 480 resolution, 2X digital zoom, night and portrait mode. You can view your photos on the 65,536 color display, or send them to your computer or via MMS to a friend with your internet connection. The video recording device can take 10-second clips at 176 x 144 resolution (or 128 x 96 pixel, if you want to maximize storage) and provides a 2X digital zoom and audio on/off features. There's even a genuine RealOne Player for playback and streaming RealMedia and 3GPP-compliant content. To store and organize your captured and downloaded images, sounds and videos, Nokia provides a dedicated Gallery with the phone.

    Additionally, you can add thumbnail-sized photo images to contacts in your phone book, change your graphical user interface with a variety of themes, and download new ring tones to add to the ones already included with the phone. There are also two games included with the phone: Snake and Mix Pix. The 6600 is equipped with 6 MB of built-in flash memory and an external multimedia card (MMC) slot for user data (one 32 MB MMC included).

    Vital Statistics
    The Nokia 6600 weighs 4.3 ounces and measures 4.28 x 2.29 x 0.93 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 4 hours digital talk time, and up to 8 days digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS/HSCSD at 900/1800/1900 MHz, using the Symbian Operating System 7.0s, Series 60 platform. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    In the Box
    Nokia 6600 cell phone, rapid travel charger, 32MB MMC card and hands free headset.

    Phone Details:

    ... Read more

    Features

    • Tri-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
    • Video recorder and RealOne Player
    • Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
    • 640 x 480 VGA camera with 2x digital zoom
    • Sending images, video, text and voice clip as MMS

    Reviews (101)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good and Bad
    Positives: Bluetooth, IR port, VGA Camera, multiple e-mail accounts, speaker phone, more programs becoming available for Symbian O/S. I use Bluetooth for wireless headset and to make the phone serve as my wireless modem.
    Negatives: phone too big; voice recognition worthless, low volume from ear piece, IR port weak so TV remote control programs don't work well, slow menu's and response. Get Opera browser if your phone does not come with it since the WAP browser will only frustrate you (Opera has problems on this phone, but works most of the time). T-Mobile programmed the backlight in the display to turn off after a few seconds, although Nokia made it adjustable, and T-Mobile won't fix it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Big in features and Size!
    The phone is loaded with features, some of which you will be using the most and some,maybe never. The design has a good design with a big display adn keys are easily accessible. Lemme go to the pros and cons of this phone since that;s what matters the most.
    PROs:
    1) Display size
    2) Easily accessible keys
    3) Camera resolution is pretty good.
    4) Battery consumption is pretty low compared to old phones.

    Cons:
    1) The software is pretty slow.
    2) There might be bright spots/lines on the LCD on some phones which appear only after some usage..i had two replacements!
    3) BULKY!
    4) Features which u are not going to use for all the life of the phone.


    Summing up,i feel Nokia or other vendors should provide an option in the software which features we'd like to see when we press the menu button. This makes the s/w faster and user-friendly.
    Overall the phone is pretty good.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent phone
    Although this is my first mobile phone, this is an Excellent phone that has almost all features that anybody can expect in normal mobile phone. I am really impressed with the Quality of this phone.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice phone with great features
    I got this with the need for a nokia GSM camera-phone with speakerphone. 3660 had similar features, but that is big in size. 6600 looks and feels nice.
    This one is full of features(has bluetooth). Especially the LCD is big and the camera quality is among the very best around. I have set up it's PDA features with avantgo.com where you can download info from sites like weather,mapquest maps/directions into it, which is great. Using supplied s/w, you can transfer all addresses from a different nokia phone into it.
    Goes ~3 days after a charge.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great reception but need improvement on certain things
    I do not need to repeat what's great about this phone.

    A few things that I want to suggest for improvements:
    1) phone card calling feature.This phone doesn't include Phone card calling.So you have to dial your phone card access number, PIN card, and choose "send touch tone" and find your contact from the address book.This process can be very annoying and unsafe when you are driving a stick shift on the highway.For phone card with PIN Free dialing setup, you are a little bit lucky.All you need to do is to choose your "phone card" contact and then "send touch tone" and choose the contact.This feature is very important to me as I make a lot of international calls.My old Sony Ericsson T610 has this feature.All I need to do is to choose the contact and in option select "calling card call".

    2) Low volume on regular answering.In noisy environment, it's hard to hear from the earpiece.You have to use speaker or handsfree, to get larger volume.Speaker volume is loud and clear but it sacrifaces the battery life. ... Read more


    6. Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $349.99
    our price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002XQMCU
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 154
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    A huge screen, a high-resolution camera, an SD memory card slot, robust email and mobile internet capabilities. Sound good? With the Sharp TM150 from T-Mobile, you'll get all that and more. With this phone, you can share life's moments with picture and video messaging, while staying in touch with all the latest wireless technologies.


    Click the image to get a closer look at the TM150's features.
    Design
    The TM150 sticks with the traditional clamshell design, but adds a stylish, colored exterior and, as well as a supplementary 64 x 96 color screen that can display photos, images, time, call information, battery and signal strength, and more. The 1+ megapixel (858 x 1144) camera unit housed just above this display. Inside the front cover, you'll find a massive QVGA color screen with 240 x 320 resolution and support for 262,000 colors. A standard 2.5mm headset jack is provided, and a multi-directional selection button controls most of the phone's user-friendly menus and options. There's also a slot for an SD memory card -- great for storing all those photos and videos you'll be taking -- as well as a USB-compatible connector port for data connectivity with your PC or other device.

    Calling Features
    The TM150's phone book can hold up to 500 contacts with multiple entries per contact. The phone features built-in polyphonic and music ringtones and more ringtones can also be downloaded from T-Mobile's t-zones service. Pictures of your friends (or enemies) can used as caller ID alerts, or you can set ringers to coincide with certain callers. Speed dialing can be programmed so you're always one button away from your most important numbers. Plus, for those times you want to keep things discreet, there's a vibrate ringer mode. Like other T-Mobile phones, the TM150 supports voicemail, caller ID, conference calling, call forwarding, call waiting, call hold, built-in paging, and access to T-Mobile's "411 And More" service.

    Messaging, Internet and Tools
    The TM150 is a powerful mobile messaging tool. Support is built in for sending and receiving text, pictures, video and sound via messages. When used in combination with the phone's built-in camera, MMS opens up a whole new world of messaging fun. There's also a built-in email client with support for your POP3-based accounts and SMTP outgoing mail authentication. T9 text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

    Getting on the Internet is easy with the TM150, too. Use the phone to access T-Mobile's t-zones service, which lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get sports scores, download games and ringtones, and more. A number of handy software tools are bundled with the TM150 including a voice memo recorder, a calculator with currency converter, a calendar, and an alarm clock with a countdown timer. And because the phone supports the PC Sync protocol, you can use its USB data connectivity to synchronize your calendars, contacts and other data with your PC.

    Imaging and Entertainment
    With the TM150's megapixel camera, you can capture high-resolution images wherever you roam. There's also a digital zoom for getting shots from far away. Other camera features include a self-timer, a multi-shot mode, a night mode, and macro functions. While the camera is great for stills, it can also capture videos up to 15 seconds in length.

    Java application and gaming support is also built into the TM150. Many games and applications can be downloaded from the t-zones service. The phone also features customizable wallpapers and screensavers.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sharp TM150 weighs 3.92 ounces and measures 3.66 x 1.69 x 0.98 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3.33 hours of digital talk time, and up to 200 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    TM150 handset, lithium-ion battery, AC charger, hands-free headset, SIM card. ... Read more

    Features

    • Buit-in 1.1 megapixel camera
    • Downloadable wallpapers and ring-tones and games
    • Send and receive e-mail, pictures, text messages, and video clips
    • SD memory card slot and 32MB removeable SD card
    • Internet access

    Reviews (34)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera! but has flaws
    I really like this phone a lot despite the few problems it has.

    First the Pros'
    -Amazing Camera (better than i have seen out there, and every1 envies my phone for that)
    -Love the large screen (amazing resolution)
    -I enjoy the full size of the phone (some hate it, but i dont like small phones. they feel like a toy to me)
    -Very light for its size
    -Like the solid click it makes when flipped open or closed
    -Like the set up for text messaging. (u can assign voice ringers for texts, my old samsung couldnt do that)
    -Can customize pictures as caller id when ppl call
    -Assign ringtones to people when they call
    -Assign picture as wallpaper on outter LCD
    -Even though no blutooth, the earpiece is very loud and has good clarity

    Cons'
    -Barely hear the ring volume
    -Battery life is short, which is dealable due to a car charger
    -I dropped it once maybe 4 feet, and the phone wouldnt power back on. (not as durable as motorollas) but t-mobile switched it out w/me
    -No bluetooth (i really dont care for it newaz)
    -sometimes the outter LCD contrast goes bright by itself and i have to open and close it to make it go normal
    -The SD card amazon sent me dosnt work. it came DAO
    -No alarm to remind things set on the calander
    -Can't customize faceplate, so if u scratch it bad, u have to live with it until u get a new phone
    -No speaker
    -The belt clip dosnt come w/package, and its not very reliable while trying to hold ur phone. (sometimes phone falls out)

    Keep in mind that all phones have their flaws, i just really wish that the ringer was louder, my SD worked, and there was speaker phone. Otherwise all the other problems might just be my phone, and not necissarily every sharpTM150. But i love how much i can customize my phone to my liking. The backlight is green for the buttons, but i really dont care, it could be purple for all its worth. I like the phone a lot. More than my Samsung, and my brothers motorolla. (His v220 feels like a toy compared to this phone)
    As for the service, T-mobile is horrible in my house, and it has been like that for the past 2 years. I think this phone has given me the least amount of dropped calls though. But they have pretty good customer support. Its 24/7, more than other cellular companies.
    (if u want unlimited ringers go to www.freeringers.net. 8$ ulmtd ringers, wallpapers)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Sharp TM150 (T-Mobile) is a decent CAMERA PHONE...
    As mentioned in the title, it is a great camera phone.Its notable features are its mega-pixel camera and accompanying screen.However, there are issues with it that has been well documented in many sites.But first, I will describe my history with it and you can decide what to think.

    I switched providers from Sprint PCS to T-Mobile because I will be travelling to many places within and outside the United States.Travel in the U.S., I would give Sprint coverage the edge over T-Mobile (my wife has T-mobile), and I was able to compare signal strength and areas of coverage, etc.However, once I left the border (except for some places in Canada), I had no coverage with Sprint.We had to rely on my wife's phone when we went to Italy for our honeymoon.Because we are going to Jamaica, Amsterdam, and London this summer, we needed a reliable phone and service provider.

    UPDATE:The coverage in Jamaica was excellent!The phone instantly recognized the two providers, and I was given a choice between the two (CWJ and Digicel). FYI, if you can get at least a tri-mode phone, which is what the TM150 is, it will allow you to use CWJ, which works on the 1900 MHz frequency, and with internet/data access.Digicel only works on the 900/1800 MHz, and does not allow for t-zone access.I will be traveling to Amsterdam in a week, so hopefully I get the same coverage and luck (or better).

    I've had this phone for almost two weeks, so I can make comparisons and preliminary reviews.

    Pros:
    - Great Camera!I was the envy of camera phone owners.There are others who had problems with the blurred or ghost pictures, but I've had no problems in daylight/bright light.Night shots are a bit difficult to obtain, but I just switch over to night-shot mode, and most of the problems are remedied.
    - Great internal screen!Very big, with the look of a high-res monitor (a comparison that can be equivalent to looking at an Xbrite monitor on my Sony VAIO, compared to my Compaq notebook).This, coupled with the megapixel camera, made for great pictures and great times viewing the pictures among friends.
    - Average Signal Strength, so far.I'm in San Francisco, and it gets the same coverage as my old Sprint phone (Samsung)
    - Hi-Res downloadable ringtones
    - Relatively easy switch of carrier from Sprint to T-Mobile (relatively speaking, of course)

    Cons:
    - Low ringer volume.This is also well-documented by many consumers. There really is no way to get around it, as far as I was able to manage it.
    - A big body. This is a significantly large phone.If you are used to the smaller phones like Motorola V180, this phone will feel like a brick.Personally, even though I do not like bulky phones, I eventually grew to like the feel of the phone.
    -The battery life is not the greatest.But, it might be due to the fact that I have been using the camera a lot, so it's been sucking up a lot of battery juice.I did find that I can go for 2 full days of using both the phone and the camera function (quite extensively) before I ran out of battery, which is not bad at all.

    If you like a camera phone, with an exceptional camera, the Sharp TM150 is the way to go.There are other megapixel cameras out there, which I have yet to try out.However, I am quite happy with this phone.

    I'll try to post some pictures online, so check it out!

    3-0 out of 5 stars GPS & $29.99 contract/Weak Battery, Expensive Software
    I have had the Sharp T-Mobile 150 for a month. The phone's screen is brilliant and reception in major urban areas indoors and in one's home is good. But the volume cannot be increased enough to hear whomever you called while walking on a busy street with trucks, taxi cabs, etc. Guess I need to use the earphones or get a hearing aid! I love the $29.99 for 300 minutes one-year contract (2-year contract not required), the rebate, the size and low weight of the TM-150. However, I tested the battery. The 750mah battery has an actual stand-by time of about 22 hours, and talk time of less than two hours. Sharp should have made a stronger battery for this phone, in my opinion. If you can talk for two or three hours on the go to one person, get a different phone. I have had to buy two extra batteries, and have to make sure they are fully charged when I go for a walk, out in the city to take urban photographs, etc. Additionally, the software and cable which allow you to manage"My Contacts" and other features costs $51.95 plus S/H on T-Mobile.com. If the battery were better, I would rate the phone at 5 stars.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great display and I/O features
    Pros: This phone has a great display - it is large and high-color. It takes great pics (858x1144) - although it's not going to replace a "real" camera, it blows away other phone cameras I've seen. Connectivity via the memory card makes copying images and ringtones very easy; I assume using a USB cable (not supplied) works equally well.* It can be configured to show a calendar on the screen (although some people will find the font impossible to read). All ports have rubber plug-thingies to prevent dirt, etc. from plugging holes. The navigation pad is nice. Sound quality is good. Analog clock on outer display is handy. Several messaging options. Web navigation actually worked.

    Cons: The metallic blue-green color isn't my cup of tea. The silver buttons seem a bit cheapo-flashy to me. The menu organization is a bit strange; for example I haven't figured out how to *easily* change the ring volume (you've got to click through several menus to "Personalize" the current profile. Also too many default options launch you into T-Zones (for example: Why should the default location for browsing pictures be the T-Zones based "My Album" rather than the phone memory? Why is the default action after taking a picture to email it, rather than save it? Answer: becasue they want to make money from T-Zones) .
    Also, as many have pointed out: no alarm reminders tied directly to appointments, although it does give you 5 configurable alarms.
    Still, for the price I think this is an excellent buy. Highly recommended.

    * Get the free apps Audacity (open-source from SourceForge) and WSCMA2 (from Yamaha) and you can convert MP3 files (and others) to the MMF format to make your own ringtones.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon, shipping too slooooow.
    I ordered this phone in March, i waited for 2 weeks..then nothing. When i checked online it was bumped by a week...then i cancelled it... www.buy.com offered the same deal, with faster shipping. ... Read more


    7. T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00063DKVC
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 369
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    It's here and it's better than ever. With a number of big improvements over the original Sidekick, the Sidekick II is a powerful mobile companion and tri-band world phone. Flip open the big color screen and shoot off unlimited e-mails on the better-than-ever QWERTY keyboard. Snap a photo with the new built-in camera and send it to your friends. Hop online and check your top Web picks. Or just pick up your Sidekick II and make a call.

    Design

    The Sidekick II's email client supports up to three POP/IMAP accounts.

    The integrated VGA camera supports 640x480 resolution. There's even a flash for nighttime shots.

    AOL Instant Messenger comes installed on the handset.

    View any HTML website and navigate with ease using the Sidekick II's scroll wheel.
    The Sidekick II is designed to be easy to use in every way. The unique, 240 x 160 pixelss screen supports 65,000 colors and opens to reveal a full keyboard for all your text messaging, emailing and calendar updates. Many users complained about the original Sidekick's lack of buttons for quick access to basic functions. All that has been remedied in this new model. New dual purpose dedicated send/end and page up/down buttons make it easier to place calls and surf the Web. Previously, users had to go into the settings menu of the device to change the volume, but new dedicated external buttons make the process easier and more intuitive. What's more, there's now an external power button-- no more opening the display to turn the handset on. There's also a new external directional pad that can be accessed without opening the screen, a big plus for gaming applications. The Sidekick II retains the handy rocker switch on the right side of the device for quick menu navigation and selection.

    The overall size of the Sidekick II is another big change. The unit is approximately 25 percent thinner than the previous version. Overall, it has been improved to provide a more comfortable feel when used as a phone. It's also been designed with an integrated camera for the first time. The camera, LED flash unit and self portrait mirror are located on the back of the Sidekick II.

    The Sidekick II runs on the proprietary Hiptop OS, which is designed with a unique wheel-shaped menu for easy selection of applications and functions. The device is built with a total of 48 MB of internal memory.

    Calling Features
    The Sidekick II's phone book can hold up to a whopping 2000 contacts with multiple entries per contact. A call list remembers your most recent missed, received and dialed calls. The device also features a speakerphone for easy handsfree talking. Polyphonic ringtones with up to 16 chords are included and more ringtones can be downloaded from T-Mobile's t-zones service. Picture caller ID lets you assign a photo to specific callers. Similarly, a ringer ID lets you assign ringtones to callers. For those times you want to keep things discreet, there's a vibrate ringer mode.

    Messaging, Internet and Tools
    The Sidekick II covers all your messaging needs with support for text messaging and multimedia messaging (MMS) with images, sounds and pictures. When used in combination with the phone's built-in camera, MMS opens up a whole new world of messaging fun. If instant messaging is your thing, you can use the Sidekick II's built-in AOL Instant Messenger application to chat with buddies anywhere. Yahoo Messenger is also available via T-Mobile's application download service (T-Mobile messaging charges apply for text and instant messaging, unlimited messaging included in Sidekick data plan). AutoText word completion, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

    If you want email on the go, the Sidekick II has you covered there, as well. With Sidekick Unlimited service, you can get your own 6 MB e-mail account from T-Mobile or you can also set up as many as three other personal e-mail accounts to deliver e-mail directly to your Sidekick II's email application. Web browsing is also easy with the Sidekick II and the T-Mobile Sidekick Unlimited plan. View full web pages with the device's embedded browser and surf T-Mobile's t-zones service, which offers news headlines, weather updates, game and ringtone downloads, and more.

    The Sidekick ships with a number of handy tools, including a calendar with up to 1000 event entries, an alarm that can be set to notify you of calendar events and a to-do list. These tools can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook via the Sidekick II's USB data connection or wirelessly via the Sidekick II's Intellisync technology. Intellisync is a unique web-based application that runs on any PC with a web browser. It allows you to view and update your calendar and contacts information and then upload them to your Sidekick II wirelessly. You can even view all the photos on your Sidekick II in gallery format. All of your data is stored remotely, so if your Sidekick is ever lost or stolen (gasp!) your data is safe and accessible.

    The Sidekick II allows you to send and receive virtual contact cards (vCards). vCards are a great way to easily save and share contact information with friends and colleagues. Lastly, if you need to find the keyhole after a night on the town, the Sidekick II has a mini LED flashlight.

    Imaging and Entertainment
    The Sidekick II has fun in its soul. Snap photos and share them with your friends via messaging or email, or via your online Intellisync gallery. The camera features a night mode for getting good shots in low-light situations.

    One game, Rock and Rocket, ships with the Sidekick II, and more are available via the t-zones service.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sidekick II weighs 6.49 ounces and measures 5.12 x 2.60 x 0.87 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4.5 hours of digital talk time, and up to 60 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Sidekick II handset, hands-free headset, carry case, AC adaptor, application CD. ... Read more

    Features

    • Real web browsing
    • Built-in camera with flash
    • Built-in organizer with PC synchronization
    • Photo caller ID
    • AOL Instant Messenger, text messaging, 6 MB email account

    Reviews (112)

    5-0 out of 5 stars THIS THING IS THE BEST!
    I've had it for about a week.
    The phone rules.The speaker isnt as low, as others say..it could be louder, but its fine!
    It is soo easy to type. fast. AOL IM's are lightening fast. TUrn pictures off on websites and browse, easy! take like 30seconds to load a page.
    The games stink ...5$ a game,and the 1 free one is garbage. ring tones are garbage.....they are all rap.90percent. and you can't download them, anywhere, on the internet...only from TMObiLE.2$ a song.
    Buy the alarm for 5$, its awsome.
    Camera is pretty bad, and flash is useless. But with all the other stuff...who cares? But, u can capture, a fun a moment..its good enough..Scrolling is super easy, very easy to learn and master.
    GREAT CALENDAR!
    as for using the phone to talk on, its a bit odd, it stinks for long conversations, but for long ones, i use speaker....

    I LOVE THIS PHONE! I'M ON IT 24/7.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Almost but not quite
    I really like the features and it's very easy to type on of course. I like the design, the interface, the whole concept.

    But using this as a phone is terrible.

    My calls are constantly dropped and I am always losing connection.70% of the time I have to dial a number 3 or 4 times to get the call to go through.

    When I actually am in a call, the reception is bad. It doesn't matter if I am in a bathroom or the top of a 30 story building in the middle of downtown. I have to say "Can you hear me now?" so much you'd think I'm in a Verizon commercial.

    If the reception on this phone was actually good, then I would be keeping this phone. Instead I am going to have to sell it because it's really ticking me off.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Still Unavailable
    This is rediculous.i ordered one and they never sent it to me or said anything, then one day about a week after i was supposed to recieve the item the web site said this item is currently unavailable!!What the F.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing tool!
    Okay, so it's not high-speed internet, but WOW! I have had a Sidekick II for several months and amazed at the capabilities of this little unit.It easily gets my e mail from the POP3 server of my ISP (does not get web-based mail), the browser is pretty darn good for something that fits into your purse and the speed is much improved since I first got it.I love the camera, it's really pretty good quality.The phone, eh, not the best, but with the speakerphone or hands-free, it's fine.

    I will never be without my Sidekick again!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good Phone , Bad Coverage
    The Sidekick II phone is amazing, it's like a mini laptop.The only problem is that you would get more service coverage with a walkie talkie than T-Mobile.If I'm in the middle of Hollywood or Los Angeles, my connections are still bad even in such a metro area.I have trouble havea conversation for more than 10 minutes cause it just gets so staticy and disconnects at random.

    If T-Mobile had good coverage it would be great, but they don't , so it sucks. ... Read more


    8. Nokia N-Gage QD Gaming Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $124.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002UBO30
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 288
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Review

    Compatible with T-Mobile service, the Nokia N-Gage QD is a GSM phone and handheld gaming console rolled into one. The N-Gage QD features Bluetooth wireless connectivity, a hot-swap MMC-card slot for memory expansion and games, and a 36,600-pixel screen. Like all the latest Nokia phones, the N-Gage QD runs on a variant of the Symbian OS, which allows fast multitasking between game applications, phone calls, messaging and other functions. Users of the original N-Gage will be delighted to know that the N-Gage QD operates as a phone without the need for a headset; hold it to your ear and talk all you want. It's also smaller and more jeans-pocket-friendly than the original model.



    The new N-Gage QD is smaller and more intelligently designed than its predecessor. Plus, inserting game cards is a snap.
    Overall, we found the N-Gage QD a stunning successor to the original. Nokia has certainly listened to users and made improvements in all the right places. Barring a few quibbles, this new gaming phone is poised to make a real name for itself in the portable gaming space, something the original model was largely unable to do.

    Calling and Multimedia
    Gaming is the heart and soul of the N-Gage QD, but don't forget, it's also a powerful phone with the latest mobile Web, e-mail and messaging features. While we liked the ability to use it as a conventional handset, Bluetooth is built in, so going hands-free is easy with a Bluetooth-enabled headset. If you're not Bluetooth-inclined, there's also a jack for a wired headset. Like ringtones? You can get creative with polyphonic sounds that get you noticed in a crowd.



    The N-Gage QD packs plenty of portable graphics firepower.
    If you have GSM or GPRS data service, you can browse the wireless Web using the built-in browser. We found these features tricky to set up and the Nokia interface for these functions somewhat confusing, but once we got things going, we enjoyed downloading some game tips and tricks from n-gage.com. The unit also serves as a wireless e-mail and messaging client with support for all the latest protocols (MMS, SMS, IMAP4, POP3, SMTP, and MIME2). We especially liked the Java-based expandability of the phone; with a data connection it’s fun to download new Java-based games and new game levels. You can also download productivity apps like calendars and planners.

    With this iteration of the N-Gage, Nokia decided to drop the FM radio and MP3 player functions from the device. We think these would have been nice to retain, but Nokia was intent on making the N-Gage QD more exclusively focused on gaming. Nokia has retained multiplayer gaming via Bluetooth so you can still go head-to-head with up to four players via a wireless connection.

    Gaming
    Okay, the meat and potatoes. The Nokia N-Gage QD didn’t disappoint when it came to gaming performance on a handheld device. The redesigned controls are far more user-friendly than those on the classic N-Gage. Gone are the days of clumsily pushing the directional pad inward to make a selection; a separate selection button is now available. The newly placed slot for games and memory expansion cards is one of the biggest improvements as users no longer have to remove the battery and cover to pop in a new game. The card slot is now easily accessible on the outside edge of the unit and is protected by a rubber cover.

    Our test model came with Ashen, a three-dimensional first-person shooter set in a macabre, supernatural world. Creepy-crawly things were coming at us from all directions and we found ourselves pretty immersed in the game--quite amazing, given that the screen is a little smaller than a business card. Graphics were impressive, too, for such a small device that offers robust battery life (Nokia claims 10 hours of play time on a single charge).

    We had some reservations about the number of currently available games for the N-Gage. Many are forthcoming, however, and Nokia has obviously made a serious commitment to improving the platform. The N-Gage QD is a clear and positive sign of what’s to come. --Joshua Gunn

    Pros

    • Vastly improved design
    • Compact
    • Good portable graphics power
    • User-friendly controls
    • Robust phone features
    Cons
    • MP3 and FM radio features dropped
    • Small library of available titles
    • Somewhat confusing user interface

    What's in the Box:
    The Nokia N-Gage QD unit, an AC charger, a dual mono headset, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, a software CD-ROM, a games brochure ... Read more

    Features

    • High-performance mobile 3D gaming
    • 4096-color screen and backlight
    • Bluetooth wireless technology
    • Hot swap MMC-card slot for external memory
    • Supports text and instant messaging

    Reviews (28)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Its OK , But...
    Really very compact, easy-to-use phone. But the following things, that i think are quite usable, doesnt exist:
    - IrDA or USB interface
    - MP3 player and Radio(N-GAGE do has)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Rugged, excellent batt life, bluetooth, and games!
    I was originally looking for a tough, bluetooth capable phone with decent battery life. Surprisingly, I didn't find many out there. I was debating between the n-gage or sony t610. Ultimately I went with the n-gage, and I'm pleasantly surprised. First off, it's basically a mini-PDA. It runs symbian OS6, and you can get tons of apps for it. I sync via bluetooth to my PC. I don't need a phone camera, I already have a good digital camera. The battery for the n-gage is powerful! 1100+ mAh wow. The games are actually pretty good. I've been playing Tony Hawk and enjoying it. It's better than a GBA. The phone itself is pretty small, it fits in my pants no problem. As another reviewer said, the speakerphone is LOUD.
    The only disappointment is the handset speaker. I can barely hear callers, I almost always swith the the speakerphone. That is annoying. I'm curious if it's just my phone, or are all n-gage's have really low sound. But other than that, it's an excellent device: phone/pda/game platform with blue tooth, all in one. There are now some excellent deals for it too.

    3-0 out of 5 stars **BUYER BEWARE** SPECIAL OFFERS AND ACTIVATION DECEIVING!
    For me, purchasing this phone (actually 2 of them) on Amazon was the worst phone experience I have ever had.

    First of all, you choose a cell phone plan at checkout, however the plans have nothing to do with this phone, since it is regarded as a Pay As You Go Phone, in other words rechargeable.So I received them and was puzzled as to why they would not already work.Then spent hours on the phone with AT&T getting them activated, since customer support had limited knowledge about these phones.

    Second and most annoying is the Special Offers, sure they look great at first, Amazon is paying me $50 or $100 to accept this phone after rebates.However, getting the rebates is like PULLING TEETH!

    I received notices from AT&T and Amazon stating that I was uneligible for the rebates, and upon calling them and explaining to them that I should be, so far I have received the small rebate from AT&T, but nothing yet from Amazon, and it has been 6 months!Everytime I call they say they are backed up and I need to wait longer and to send in my cell phone bill to "speed up the process".They owe me $400, ($200 a phone) and it doesn't appear that I may ever see this money.So a big word of CAUTION to all of you, if you can find this phone elsewhere at a decent price, I would go for it!

    The phone itself is alright, however battery life is horrocious.If you play a game for a couple of minutes and then put it back into standby mode, the battery will fade to nothing that very same day, so you pretty much have to keep it plugged in all of the time.

    Hope this review helps!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value for a Symbian Smart Phone!
    When reviewing the N-Gage QD I will review it based on the reasons I bought it.If I was reviewing it as simply a game system the review would be much lower, however, the strength of this phone is the wide variety of things you can do with it besides games.

    First off, this is a very affordable Symbian Series 60 smart phone.This means you can run a wide variety of software on this phone.It comes with a great calendar and phone book built in that can sync with Outlook or your Palm OS PIM software.You can add great software like eReader and Mobipocket for ebooks, MP3 players (this phone is only mono sound though), movie players, picture albums, database software to track all your passwords, andmuch more.It is almost like having a small Palm Pilot organizer in your phone and is much more advanced than the standard phones.

    It is very cool to be able to read a book anywhere I'm at, go on the internet with ease if you add the Opera Browser or listen to a recorded podcast with the free Helix MP3 player.It is a very good cellphone with great range and excellent battery life and oh yeah it plays N-Gage video games as well.

    Even if the video game part doesn't interest you make sure you download the free 3D Snakes game from the Nokia website.That game alone combined with the smart phone features make the N-Gage a steal at the current price point.There are also a couple of great games coming out for it like Splinter Cell and X-Men Legends that are well worth buying.They give you Tony Hawk Pro Skater for free as well.

    Though not the perfect gaming system, this phone is perfect for gamers and people that need the extra features of a smart phone without spending a lot of money to get it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone/Game System
    I just got this from T-mobile with 2 free games (current promotion). It's obviously a little unwieldy if you're used to carrying a small flip phone, but it's nothing compared to the original. So far I've played Sims (fun), Ashen (not so fun), Tony Hawk (fun), and I just ordered Pathway to Glory and FIFA 2005; I'm in love with this system.

    I also use iSync on my Powerbook to transfer my iCal information, and it works without a problem. Battery life is AWESOME (goes almost 2 days on one charge, even playing games and using the speakerphone), and the speakerphone is LOUD. Its greatest drawback is the size (about the size of a Blackberry), but I've gotten used to it. Also, I wish it had better sound quality (stereo) like the old N-Gage and more T-mobile users had it, so I could play them via Bluetooth.

    Bottom line: if you like games, want Bluetooth, and need speakerphone - this phone is your dream come true. ... Read more


    9. T-Mobile Sidekick II TMO to Go Prepaid Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $399.99
    our price: $379.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00092GRY2
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 482
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Product Description

    It's here and it's better than ever. With a number of big improvements over the original Sidekick, the Sidekick II is a powerful mobile companion and tri-band world phone. Flip open the big color screen and shoot off unlimited e-mails on the better-than-ever QWERTY keyboard. Snap a photo with the new built-in camera and send it to your friends. Hop online and check your top Web picks. Or just pick up your Sidekick II and make a call. And the T-Mobile To Go version of the Sidekick II is the hassle-free way to stay connected. No long-term contract. No credit check. No deposits or monthly bills.

    Design

    The Sidekick II's email client supports up to three POP/IMAP accounts.

    The integrated VGA camera supports 640x480 resolution. There's even a flash for nighttime shots.

    AOL Instant Messenger comes installed on the handset.

    View any HTML website and navigate with ease using the Sidekick II's scroll wheel.
    The Sidekick II is designed to be easy to use in every way. The unique, 240 x 160 pixelss screen supports 65,000 colors and opens to reveal a full keyboard for all your text messaging, emailing and calendar updates. Many users complained about the original Sidekick's lack of buttons for quick access to basic functions. All that has been remedied in this new model. New dual purpose dedicated send/end and page up/down buttons make it easier to place calls and surf the Web. Previously, users had to go into the settings menu of the device to change the volume, but new dedicated external buttons make the process easier and more intuitive. What's more, there's now an external power button-- no more opening the display to turn the handset on. There's also a new external directional pad that can be accessed without opening the screen, a big plus for gaming applications. The Sidekick II retains the handy rocker switch on the right side of the device for quick menu navigation and selection.

    The overall size of the Sidekick II is another big change. The unit is approximately 25 percent thinner than the previous version. Overall, it has been improved to provide a more comfortable feel when used as a phone. It's also been designed with an integrated camera for the first time. The camera, LED flash unit and self portrait mirror are located on the back of the Sidekick II.

    The Sidekick II runs on the proprietary Hiptop OS, which is designed with a unique wheel-shaped menu for easy selection of applications and functions. The device is built with a total of 48 MB of internal memory.

    Calling Features
    The Sidekick II's phone book can hold up to a whopping 2000 contacts with multiple entries per contact. A call list remembers your most recent missed, received and dialed calls. The device also features a speakerphone for easy handsfree talking. Polyphonic ringtones with up to 16 chords are included and more ringtones can be downloaded from T-Mobile's t-zones service. Picture caller ID lets you assign a photo to specific callers. Similarly, a ringer ID lets you assign ringtones to callers. For those times you want to keep things discreet, there's a vibrate ringer mode.

    Messaging, Internet and Tools
    The Sidekick II covers all your messaging needs with support for text messaging and multimedia messaging (MMS) with images, sounds and pictures. When used in combination with the phone's built-in camera, MMS opens up a whole new world of messaging fun. If instant messaging is your thing, you can use the Sidekick II's built-in AOL Instant Messenger application to chat with buddies anywhere. Yahoo Messenger is also available via T-Mobile's application download service (T-Mobile messaging charges apply for text and instant messaging, unlimited messaging included in Sidekick data plan). AutoText word completion, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

    If you want email on the go, the Sidekick II has you covered there, as well. You can have email from up to three of your personal accounts sent directly to your Sidekick II and browse the Web the way it was meant to be with the device's embedded browser. Plus, surf T-Mobile's t-zones service, which offers news headlines, weather updates, game and ringtone downloads, and more.

    The Sidekick ships with a number of handy tools, including a calendar with up to 1000 event entries, an alarm that can be set to notify you of calendar events and a to-do list. These tools can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook via the Sidekick II's USB data connection or wirelessly via the Sidekick II's Intellisync technology. Intellisync is a unique web-based application that runs on any PC with a web browser. It allows you to view and update your calendar and contacts information and then upload them to your Sidekick II wirelessly. You can even view all the photos on your Sidekick II in gallery format. All of your data is stored remotely, so if your Sidekick is ever lost or stolen (gasp!) your data is safe and accessible.

    The Sidekick II allows you to send and receive virtual contact cards (vCards). vCards are a great way to easily save and share contact information with friends and colleagues. Lastly, if you need to find the keyhole after a night on the town, the Sidekick II has a mini LED flashlight.

    Imaging and Entertainment
    The Sidekick II has fun in its soul. Snap photos and share them with your friends via messaging or email, or via your online Intellisync gallery. The camera features a night mode for getting good shots in low-light situations.

    One game, Rock and Rocket, ships with the Sidekick II, and more are available via the t-zones service.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sidekick II weighs 6.49 ounces and measures 5.12 x 2.60 x 0.87 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4.5 hours of digital talk time, and up to 60 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Sidekick II handset, hands-free headset, carry case, AC adaptor, application CD. ... Read more

    Features

    • T-Mobile To Go is the hassle-free way to stay connected. No long-term contract. No credit check. No deposits or monthly bills.
    • The T-Mobile Sidekick II is the ultimate communication device
    • Built-in camera with flash w/ Photo-ID
    • Built-in speakerphone and organizer
    • A large color screen that flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard makes for quick and easy communication

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars amazon charges way too much
    first of all, i have owned this phone, and it's great for instant messaging and text messaging. however, web access is pretty slow, so if that's your main reason for buying, i suggest you look elsewhere. the camera is bad too, even by camera phone standards.

    [...]

    5-0 out of 5 stars I cant wait to get this phone
    Im 15 years old wanting to get a pre-pay T-mobile sidekick for myself . I been saving up money for one but I still need about a $180 more until I can get one. This phone is awsome and cool.I cant wait to get my.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I can't wait!!!!!!!!!
    I currently have a nextel i730 and my contract ends in september. I am definetly getting the sidekick but i have to get the prepaid since i don't use a lot of minutes. This phone is the best though for young people my age! I come here everyday to look at its features. I can't wait to get this phone!!!

    I'm so excited. If you want the ULTIMATE COMMUNICATION DEVICE as they say get this!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome phone!
    I'm not sure what the deal is, but amazon went from 150 to 200, and now to 370$. WOW.
    Well this phone is awsome!
    It is not good, for long conversations, cause talking on it, is a bit odd......
    Internet is pretty fast , when you diable pictures, I use to for yahoo and sports scores mostly.
    AIM, is lightening fast..Just as quick as my home computer.
    Comes with one free rocket game that is terrible.. other games cost like 5$. Great ring tones, 2$ a piece..even though there is a bad selection (about 200 songs/sound effects/alerts)....When set to loudest ring volume, its super loud!. (good for using as alarm clock..)

    5$ for alarm clock time traveler, but its awsome. You can set tons of alarms ... Your (PRE) sleep button.
    The camera, is good for daytime photos. No use to even try it at night, or inside dark resturants/bars. The flash is almost useless. stores 36 pictures...but you can just email them out in seconds., so you really dont need to store them.....
    I havnt set up my mail, but it looks cool...
    Some people complain about SPEAKER PHONE volume, its not that bad, it could be louder.
    ADRESS BOOK IS SO EASY TO SET UP...and stores everything!
    THIS PHONE CAN DO EVERYTHING FOR U ! (notes,to do sections)
    Typing is really easy, the key pad is just the right size, I've dropped it 2x so far, and everythings fine.
    ... Read more


    10. Motorola V60iT Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
    by TracFone
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002Y63JG
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: TracFone
    Sales Rank: 204
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Motorola V60iT is a stylish, high-end contender that features voice-activated dialing and memo recording, text messaging, free voice mail, free caller ID, free call waiting, and much more, all displayed on a backlit grayscale LCD screen.



    Click the image to get a closer look at the V60iT's functions.
    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the V60iT features a 4-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of handy features, including call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, voice activated dialing, any-key answer, auto-answer, auto-redial, dual-tone multifrequency, roaming indicator, speed dial, linked (credit card) dialing, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, system select, usage alert, vibrating ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. There's also 32 different ring tones to choose from, and a special TracFone airtime balance display so you always know how much time you've got until the next refill.

    Messaging and Internet
    The phone's wireless Internet browser provides data transmission capabilities, two-way text messaging with iTap predictive text input, and access to news, sports, weather and more on the Wireless Internet. It also supports digital TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf).

    Organizer
    The Motorola V60iT's organizer features include a calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more. Using the included TrueSync software, you can also sync up data from your phone's organizer with your PC.

    Fun and Games
    This phone comes with three games, plus access to more via the Internet. You can also swap out the faceplates for others (sold separately) if you wish.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V60iT weighs less than 3.8 ounces. Its batteries are rated at from to 120 to 240 minutes talk time and 6 to 8 days standby within the digital service area. It runs on TDMA service.

    What's in the Box
    Motorola V60iT handset, manual. ... Read more

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars review..
    I have a Nokia 1100 Tracfone that saves me quite a bit of money from the monthly contracts i used to have with Cingular cellphone service. Tracfones are ideal for people with light or medium cellphone usage, so it works out well for me. The tracfone website is user friendly and makes it easy to perform functions such as activation, information gathering, or additional purchases. I got a referral from a friend before i activated, which got me 100 free minutes. Since then i have referred a neighbor's tracfone. I paid an extra $10. and got the car charger that just plugs into the cigarette lighter if the tracfone battery gets low when i'm driving.
    I was pleasantly surprised to find some extras included free of charge on my tracfone- 2 games, a good selection of ringtones, a calculator, and voice mail. The main downside that i've seen is that you have to be disciplined in your tracfone usage unless you're prepared to buy more airtime/minutes cards. These range in price from $20. to $130. Overall, i'm quite happy with the tracfone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Tracfone has no customer service :(
    I have had one TERRIBLE experience with Tracfone that has lasted over a month.I ordered the Motorola v60 and year card on special for $139.98.When I got the phone I had difficulty activating it, called in and was told I was sent the wrong technology phone.I was sent a TDMA phone and my area is a CDMA.Sent phone back and I had to pay for shipping out of my pocket.Got a second phone, still the wrong phone.Sent that phone back, and now more shipping costs out of my pocket.So I waited a few more days, no contact saying they were sending another phone, so I sent in an email saying I am canceling my order.The following week another phone showed up - this time I refused the package and called in to customer service again.I was told I purchased the phone card and there is no refunds on the cards.Today I finally discovered a web site that lists some very interesting information on Tracfone.http://www.bestfrauds.com/tracfone2.html.With the information at this web site I was able to contact the correct person directly (Executive Resolution Department Manager 1-800-339-9345) and was told I will receive a fill refund with in 5 business days.I will not recommend Tracfone to any one, their customer service is terrible and I wish I would have found and read this web site above before I made the purchase; it would have saved me a ton of grief.I had Virgin Mobile and they are wonderful, but offer no coverage in my current location.I will now try T-mobile, with better luck (at lease their customer. service is open 24hrs, major +++)

    5-0 out of 5 stars tracfone...
    I like my Tracfone so far. Mine is small and has good reception. It's also nice that they let the unused minutes carry over month to month without ever taking them away.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Tracfone is the way to go
    If you don't want to spend a lot of money each month for a plan that makes you sign up for two years, try Tracfone. After I started it, many of my workmates and friends have switched to Tracfone. If you decide it is not for you, all you have lost is the actual purchase price of the phone and the minutes that come with it, still less than what you pay to the likes of Verizon each month. (...)Please keep in mind that Tracfones won't work in Canada or anywhere outside the US.

    5-0 out of 5 stars review
    My tracfone has worked out well so far. I like that they let the unused minutes carry over month to month without ever taking them away. (...) ... Read more


    11. Motorola V60iC Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
    by TracFone
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002Y62N8
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: TracFone
    Sales Rank: 546
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Motorola V60iC is a stylish, high-end contender that features voice-activated dialing and memo recording, text messaging, free voice mail, free caller ID, free call waiting, and much more, all displayed on a backlit grayscale LCD screen.

    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the V60iC features a 4-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of handy features, including call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, voice activated dialing, any-key answer, auto-answer, auto-redial, dual-tone multifrequency, roaming indicator, speed dial, linked (credit card) dialing, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, system select, usage alert, vibrating ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. There's also 32 different ring tones to choose from, and a special TracFone airtime balance display so you always know how much time you've got until the next refill.

    Messaging and Internet
    The phone's wireless Internet browser provides data transmission capabilities, two-way text messaging with iTap predictive text input, and access to news, sports, weather and more on the Wireless Internet. It also supports digital TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf).

    Organizer
    The Motorola V60iC's organizer features include a calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more. Using the included TrueSync software, you can also sync up data from your phone's organizer with your PC.

    Fun and Games
    This phone comes with three games, plus access to more via the Internet. You can also swap out the faceplates for others (sold separately) if you wish.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V60iC weighs under less than 3.8 ounces. Its batteries are rated at from to 120 to 240 minutes talk time and 6 to 8 days standby within the digital service area. It runs on CDMA service.

    In the Box
    Motorola V60iC cell phone, manual ... Read more

    Features

    • Voice-activated dialing
    • 4-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of handy features
    • Data transmission capabilities, 2-way text messaging, and access to wireless Internet
    • Organizer includes calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more
    • PC synchronization with TrueSync software

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars review..
    I have a Nokia 1100 Tracfone that saves me quite a bit of money from the monthly contracts i used to have with Cingular cellphone service. Tracfones are ideal for people with light or medium cellphone usage, so it works out well for me. The tracfone website is user friendly and makes it easy to perform functions such as activation, information gathering, or additional purchases. I got a referral from a friend before i activated, which got me 100 free minutes. Since then i have referred a neighbor's tracfone. I paid an extra $10. and got the car charger that just plugs into the cigarette lighter if the tracfone battery gets low when i'm driving.
    I was pleasantly surprised to find some extras included free of charge on my tracfone- 2 games, a good selection of ringtones, a calculator, and voice mail. The main downside that i've seen is that you have to be disciplined in your tracfone usage unless you're prepared to buy more airtime/minutes cards. These range in price from $20. to $130. Overall, i'm quite happy with the tracfone.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Tracfone is Great
    Tracfone has a great program if you refer someone to tracfone they recieve 100 free minutes and the person you refer does also its great!!!! You buy the phone and just keep the word going and you have a phone with unlimited minutes (...)! thanks the phones they have are great never have a problem and i live way out in no mans land

    4-0 out of 5 stars .
    I have no complaints with my tracfone. After a little practice i could send text messages and set up the voice mail the way i liked it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars tracfone...
    I like my Tracfone so far. Mine is small and has good reception. It's also nice that they let the unused minutes carry over month to month without ever taking them away.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Deal
    We did without cellphones for 6mo...was tired of the costly monthly charge and being stuck in a contract.We bought this phone over $30.00 cheaper so shop around.
    So far pleased with the phone...still need to check out all the features it has.
    Free minutes with the refer a friend...It works!!!
    My husband is wanting one for himself now!!! ... Read more


    12. Motorola V120C Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
    by TracFone
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002Y62KG
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: TracFone
    Sales Rank: 192
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Motorola V120C is a sturdy, midrange phone that features voice-activated dialing and memo recording, text messaging, free voice mail, free caller ID, free call waiting, and much more, all displayed on a backlit grayscale LCD screen.



    Click the image to get a closer look at the V120C's functions.
    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the V120C features include call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, voice activated dialing, any-key answer, auto-answer, auto-redial, dual-tone multifrequency, roaming indicator, speed dial, linked (credit card) dialing, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, system select, usage alert, vibrating ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. There's also 32 different ring tones to choose from and a special TracFone airtime balance display so you always know how much time you've got until the next refill.

    Messaging and Internet
    The phone's wireless Internet browser provides data transmission capabilities, two-way text messaging with iTap predictive text input, and access to news, sports, weather and more on the Wireless Internet. It also supports digital TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf).

    Organizer
    The Motorola V120C's organizer features include a calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more. Using the included TrueSync software and a handy USB connection, you can also quickly sync up data from your phone's organizer with your PC.

    Fun and Games
    This phone comes with three games, plus access to more via the Internet. You can also swap out the faceplates for others (sold separately) if you wish.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V120C weighs 4.5 ounces and measures 5.0 x 1.77 x 1.1 inches. Its batteries are rated at minimum 240 minutes talk time and 242 hours standby time. It runs on CDMA service.

    What's in the Box
    Motorola V120C cell phone, manual. ... Read more

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars review..
    I have a Nokia 1100 Tracfone that saves me quite a bit of money from the monthly contracts i used to have with Cingular cellphone service. Tracfones are ideal for people with light or medium cellphone usage, so it works out well for me. The tracfone website is user friendly and makes it easy to perform functions such as activation, information gathering, or additional purchases. I got a referral from a friend before i activated, which got me 100 free minutes. Since then i have referred a neighbor's tracfone. I paid an extra $10. and got the car charger that just plugs into the cigarette lighter if the tracfone battery gets low when i'm driving.
    I was pleasantly surprised to find some extras included free of charge on my tracfone- 2 games, a good selection of ringtones, a calculator, and voice mail. The main downside that i've seen is that you have to be disciplined in your tracfone usage unless you're prepared to buy more airtime/minutes cards. These range in price from $20. to $130. Overall, i'm quite happy with the tracfone.

    5-0 out of 5 stars info.
    The tracfones are good for people who don't require heavy cell phone usage. Basically you have to keep the phone active by buying month or year cards. If you run out of minutes then you have to buy more of those too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars great phone
    The Motorola T120 is not going to win any design awards, but it is really one of the best phones I have ever used from a practical perspective, which is what counts. The durability is far superior to the flimsy flip phones that currently saturate the market. Battery life is also outstanding.

    4-0 out of 5 stars works for me
    This is a good option for the light user.I only carry it so my kids can reach me in case of emergencies or for very brief calls or messages.It's been fine, and in my area the coverage has been good even inside large buildings.I have used it on longer trips too and found the roaming reception fine. I bought the 1 year card and got 100 free bonus minutes through a promotional deal online.I have had no problems activating the phone, adding minutes, setting up voicemail, etc.I have not had any reason to deal with customer service, so can't speak to that.For me it's been a reliable, affordable option as a person who doesn't use a cell phone enough to warrant a monthly service plan.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone and service
    My family loves their tracfone we have a total of 3 tracfones. I love being free from contracts and monthly bills. (...)
    ... Read more


    13. Siemens CF62T TMO to Go Prepaid Phone (T-Mobile)
    by T-Mobile
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002W05EM
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: T-Mobile
    Sales Rank: 1617
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with T-Mobile cell phone service, the Siemens CF62T prepaid phone features a sleek design with a very cool-looking loop antenna, as well as a speakerphone, Openwave 6.4 Internet browsing software, advanced text messaging, and Java capabilities, all built-in to a clamshell/flip phone format and displayed on a 128 x 128 pixel, 65k color LCD screen. The small outer display, visible when the phone is closed, provides color resolution as well.

    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the CF62T features a 4-way navigation key for easy access to a variety of handy features, including call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, auto-redial, roaming indicator, speed dial, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, usage alert, vibrating ring, differential ringvoice mail button, voice mail indicator, volume select/display, signal strength indicator, phone status indicator, a phone book capacity of 250 entries, and more. It also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf).

    Messaging and Internet
    When you want to get online, you'll enjoy EMS and MMS messaging, which allows you to create, send, receive, and edit text messages with photo attachments, and then send to any compatible cell phone or PC. There's also predictive text entry for your speedy text messaging convenience. The CF62T is Java-compatible, so you can download a wide variety of productivity and gaming software to further enhance your phone.

    Organizer
    Organizer capabilities on the CF62T include a calendar, calculator, alarm, and a scratch pad function for quick note-taking.

    Fun and Games
    This phone includes customizable wallpaper and graphics, and 16-chord polyphonic ring tones. Since it's Java-compatible, you can also easily download new wallpaper, graphics, ring tones, and games, in addition to the ones already included with the phone. An attachable VGA camera is also available separately.

    Vital Statistics
    The Siemens CF62T weighs 3.00 oz. and measures 3.2 x 1.7 x 0.87 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at 5 hours of digital talk time, and 220 hours of digital standby time. It runs on GSM 800/1800/1900 MHz.

    What's in the box
    Siemens CF62T phone, AC charger, hands-free headset, manual ... Read more

    Features

    • 4-way navigation key for easy access to a variety of handy features
    • EMS and MMS messaging
    • Organizer includes calendar, calculator, alarm, and a scratch pad function
    • Customizable wallpaper and graphics, and 16-chord polyphonic ring tones
    • Java compatible

    Reviews (11)

    4-0 out of 5 stars A good, basic mobile phone.
    I purchased this phone for my wife as an anniversary gift earlier this year. Thus far we are very pleased with it. Keep in mind: this is a PHONE. If you're looking for something that will allow you to play games, chat with friends, and browse the Internet, you need something else (like a PDA/phone). As a phone this is a nice product.

    First, the phone itself: very nice. It is well-built, and we feel that the screen is easy to read. Sound quality is good, and when listening to someone using this phone they sound good as well.

    Some people gripe about the keypad's lack of raised keys and poor backlighting. This has not been a problem for us. The keys aren't raised, but this has never caused us discomfort. The backlighting could be better, but it isn't difficult at all to dial without looking--the key layout is the same on every touch-tone phone, so this isn't foreign territory. Use of the phone's software is straightforward for the most part, although there are some things that are confusing, and the manual is no help.

    As for the prepaid phone service, make sure you do your research. We selected T-Mobile because the pricing options were more in-line with what our use would be. Text messages are free to receive, which is great, because instead of calling my wife to tell her something (and using airtime) I can send her a text message via e-mail, which she can read (using no airtime).

    Thus far, where we are (Oakland, Livermore, Silicon Valley, CA) and where we go, coverage has been great.

    If you need a basic mobile phone and don't plan to do a lot of talking, this is an excellent option.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst coverage of any phone I've had.
    I had this phone and tmobile service. Like the reviewer before me, I had no signal 90 percent of the time. Tmobile has no roaming for their prepaid.The phone was useless. On the bright side, I found a prepaid phone that not only has coverage were I need it but, because of all their roaming agreements, the phone has coverage in more places than any phone I've had previously. Inow have a motorola v60i with Tracfone. I can roam on many different providers.I purchased a year card so my phone is paid up for a whole year! Before I switched to tracfone, I read online from someones post that If you get what Tracfone calls a "Referral", before you activate your tracfone, you get 100 free minutes when you activate. I had someone email me one and it worked great! That beats any company I've had thus far. sunnyryanj is my yahoo address and you may request a referral from me if you decide on tracfone. Choose wisely, What good is a phone if you never get good reception on it? Don't waste money like I did. I've had all these prepaid services;Verizon prepay,cellular one, virgin mobile, boost mobile,Tmobile and now tracfone. None of the others allows the roaming that tracfone does. And most don't have the year card service, most erase your minutes every month!
    Learn from my mistakes.

    1-0 out of 5 stars No Roaming Available
    Horrible plan for PrePaid Cell phone.As I went through my state of Wisconsin, I had no signal 95% of the time.On the T-Mobile PrePaid phones, they do not have roaming!!Not a good investment!!Stay away from T-Mobile - Very Deceiving!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Much Better than Verizon
    I couldn't be happier with this lightweight and thoroughly useful device. I wanted a simply pre-paid phone with good coverage and reception. It delivers this in spades.

    The features, such as instant access to the lates news and sports is wonderful. The keys and menus are logically laid out and very easy to learn.

    I first tried a phone from Verizon Wireless that was an unmitigated disaster. The differences between the two plans and the phones couldn't be more stark.

    I heartily recommend this phone and T-Mobile's pre-paid plan.

    2-0 out of 5 stars " CUTE " NNOTHING ELSE !
    THISIS A VERY ATTRACTIVE LOOKING PHONE ,ANDTHAT'S ABOUTIT FOLKS !.
    YOU CAN SEND A TEXTBUT NOINSTANT MESSENGER ,RING TONESSOUND FAKE !IF THISIS A PRE-PAIDACCOUNT ?WATCHOUT "YOU WILL SOON RUN OUT OF MINS ....TRYING TOUSE AIM ( AOL'S INSTANT MESSENGER )THE PICTURES ....WALLPAPER & SCREEN SAVER IS INCARTOONISH ....GOOD FOR TEENSNOT ADULTS ! OKAYENOUGH SAID ........ ... Read more


    14. Nokia 1221 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
    by TracFone
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000237FRQ
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: TracFone
    Sales Rank: 1025
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Nokia 1221 features Internet connectivity, mobile messaging, and a bunch of free services such as voicemail and more, all displayed on a high quality backlit "full graphics" 84 x 48 pixel screen.

    For calling, you'll enjoy free voicemail, caller-ID and call waiting, plus a dedicated voice mail button and indicator. There's also call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, auto-redial, speed dial, mute control, one-touch 911, usage alert and a phone book capacity of 200 entries. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) compatibility with phone adapter (adaptor not included).

    Get online, and in addition to access to stock quotes, weather, movie times, and more, you'll also enjoy mobile text messaging and numeric paging, downloadable ring tones, and three games included with the phone: Space Impact, Snake II, and Pairs II. A PIM is included along with a calculator to help you manage time and finances. The 1221 weighs 5.3 oz. and measures 4.5 x 1.94 x 1.02 inches. Its batteries are rated at 300 minutes talk time and up to 360 hours standby

    What's in the Box
    Nokia 1221 phone, battery, ac charger, user documentation ... Read more

    Features

    • Features FREE Voicemail, Caller-ID and Call Waiting
    • Phone book stores up to 200 names and numbers and/or email addresses
    • Easy to use with one-touch dialing.
    • Three great games included
    • Includes handset, wall charger and user documentation.

    Reviews (51)

    5-0 out of 5 stars info.
    The tracfones are good for people who don't require heavy cell phone usage. Basically you have to keep the phone active by buying month or year cards. If you run out of minutes then you have to buy more of those too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Birthday present for my oldest.
    This was my second Tracfone purchase. It is for my eldest son. He requested this model because it has no antenna and he was afraid an antenna would break off.[...] I think I may purchase one for myself next.I was suprised how good the signal is on this phone even though it has no antenna! thanks again amazon!

    5-0 out of 5 stars emergency phone
    This phone and service is good for people who don't use a cell phone all the time, great for emergencies. It is great for anyone who doesn't want long term contracts and a monthly cell phone bill. (...)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst company I've ever dealt with
    The basic premise for Tracfone is solid, and in general they provide a needed alternative to the big wireless carriers and their expensive monthly plans.They also seem to have solid wireless coverage by selling a variety of phones that work on different technologies (TDMA, CDMA, GSM).But, if you ever have to deal with them on a problem with your phone, and you need to return your phone for whatever reason, good luck.I originally purchased a reconditioned Nokia 2285, and the battery would not hold a charge.I sent it back.They sent me a Nokia 1221 as a replacement.I sent it back (not the phone I purchased).I pleaded with them to send me the 2285 (I wanted a CDMA phone that had a vibrate feature - the 1221 is TDMA and has no vibrate).They sent one, but the back did not stay on.I sent it back.The sent me another 1221.I sent it back, this time with the postage paid by them - not in compensation units.I pleaded with them again to send a 2285; they promised they would.They sent me another 1221.The reason?In my area, there are more TDMA towers, so that was the phone THEY (the warehouse) felt I should have.They told me that the 2285 did not work in my area, even though I confirmed that it would before the purchase and, in fact, it worked fine while the battery was charged.After dealing with numerous supervisors, who promised they would call me with information on my case but never did, I decided I'm done.I'm accepting delivery of the wrong phone and selling it to the highest bidder on ebay and I'm done with Tracfone.

    Yes, they gave me compensation minutes for all my trouble (didn't come close to the amount of aggravation), and the CSRswere generally curteous (their customer service centers are somewhere outside of the US - South America?), but when they tried to give me compensation minutes for a phone I did not want, I almost gave up.After the third wrong phone, I gave up.It's next to impossible to speak to a supervisor; I had to force the issue to get what I wanted.Even with the help of supervisors, they could not send the correct phone.There is also no way to reach anyone in their corporate office to complain.There is no accountability with them.I suppose that as long as you don't have to interface with customer service for anything, you are okay, because they plug into the wireless networks of all the major players.But if I can't even get an exchange for the correct phone, there is something very wrong with they way they do business.Go with other prepaid options if that's what you're looking for, but stay away from Tracfone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Customer service ever
    Useless service.. waste of money.Customer service takes 47mins for a simple question. Horrible.**DON'T BUY** ... Read more


    15. Audiovox 8910 Flasher V7 Blue Phone (Virgin Mobile)
    by Virgin Mobile
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $134.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002ZQGS8
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
    Sales Rank: 281
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With support for Virgin Mobile's "VirginXL" wireless content services, a VGA camera with flash, dual displays and a speakerphone, the 8910 Flasher V7 is a great mobile companion. Get the most out of your Virgin Mobile service with this powerful phone.

    Design
    The phone features a traditional clamshell design with a 128 x 160 TFT color display with 65,000 colors. The rear of the flip-up cover houses a camera that can snap shots at 640 x 480 resolution, also known as VGA resolution. There's also a small 95 x 64 secondary black and white LCD display on the back of the cover that displays incoming call information, network signal strength and more. Most camera features and on-screen menus are controlled by a five-way center button on the handset's control pad. Meanwhile, the top right side of the unit houses an extendable antenna while data and charging ports are housed on the unit's bottom edge.

    Calling Features
    The Flasher V7 has all the latest calling features folks have come to expect. The phone comes with built-in Virgin Mobile "superphonic" ringtones plus a vibrating alert. Superphonic ringtones feature real music tracks and more are available via Virgin Mobile's VirginXL service. Ringtones can be assigned to specific callers so you don't have to look at the phone to know who's calling. The built-in speakerphone makes it easy to talk without having the phone to your ear and voice activated dialing makes calling your friends, family and associates as easy as saying their names. There's also a built-in address book that can store up to 300 contacts for quick and easy management of phone numbers and email addresses.

    Messaging and Internet
    The Flasher V7 covers the messaging basics with support for sending and receiving text and picture messages. T9 text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

    The phone fully supports Virgin Mobile's enhanced wireless content service, VirginXL. Use the pay-per-use service to download superphonic ringtones, animations and voices from MTV, Comedy central and the hottest recording artists. Get content and vote in TV-based polls via the MTV area of your phone, or get jokes and updates from Comedy Central. Pick a celebrity voice to answer your voicemail, or get a Sponge Bob thought of the day. Need to jog your memory? Use Virgin's wacky song ID service. Press the Song ID command, point your Flasher V7 towards a song that's playing in the room, and within minutes a text message appears identifying the song's title. There's even a "Rescue Rings" service to help get you out of sticky dating or other personal situations. The list of cool content features goes on and on.

    The Flasher V7 ships with a number of handy tools including a calendar, a calculator and an alarm clock. A voice memo feature lets you record clips up to 60 seconds in length.

    Imaging and Entertainment
    The Flasher V7's VGA camera makes it easier than ever to snap good pictures and share them with friends via picture messaging. The camera features a built-in flash for getting great shots in low-light situations. The phone boasts custom Virgin Mobile graphics-- screen savers, wallpaper and menu icons-- that let you dress up your phone to suit your personality. More graphics, wallpapers and screensavers are available from the VirginXL service. One game, a demo version of Snood, is included with the phone, and a big selection of additional games can be downloaded from the VirginXL service.

    Vital Statistics
    The Audiovox 8910 Flasher V7 weighs 3.7 ounces and measures 3.9 x 1.8 x 0.9 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3.17 hours of digital talk time, and up to 140 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the CDMA 1900 frequency. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Audiovox 8910 Flasher V7 handset, AC charger, lithium-ion battery, user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • Built-in camera with flash
    • Opens with a flip
    • Full-color screen
    • Superphonic (real music) ringtones
    • Two-way speakerphone

    Reviews (29)

    5-0 out of 5 stars VM V7 Flasher is a nice next step, phone wise for VM!!!!!
    I have had my V7 Flasher for over a month now, and i love it.I dont talk much on it, but if i go out i know i have a line for people to get a hold of me.The camera was the main draw for me, the XL content is also a nice up grade for this phone to.Since it uses the Sprint PCS net work i have coverage almost every place i have been, with is nice because i have family in a different state so traveling is not issue.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Rollerhkeygol
    This phone is great, I really like the camara and the LCD screen but from a 3rd party review the speakers are really low. The games and Virgin XL is great and ringtones sound awsome. The service is all about You and its really good for people buying their first cell phone or do not have 2nd o r 3rd jobs just to support their talking.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Phone, not so great plan
    i am 14 years old and this is my first phone, i have had it for about 5 months and have been very happy.

    the phone

    Pros-
    desigined for teen usage, good graphics

    camera is surprisingly good, nice customizations such as colorful borders, zoom, brightness, image effect, quality and contrast.

    menu is very colorful- a pleasure to the eye

    good functions such as voice recording, calculator, alarm, stopwatch, schedular and world clock

    flash is somewhat useful

    easy to use messaging- t9 (easy to get used to) funny emoticons,

    can put on silencer by holding down *

    easy to top up, etc...

    VxL is nice, however expensive, nice ringtones, the ones which try tosound like the song however are crap

    the purchasable graphics are very nice at 1.50 apiece, however you can just use pictures as your background

    contacts- very easy to personalize (personal ringtone, picture, and message tone,

    security- can lock your phone so no one can place a call, go on the browser, look at recent calls, look at pictures, or contacts without entering a password (good for nosy friends)

    Cons-

    the ringer is kind of quiet, however if you are a teen and this is one of your first phones it won't bother you because you can hear it

    kind of bulky feeling, but understandable because of all of the features

    service

    pros

    cheap text messaging, (10 cents to send free to receive)

    cons

    much more worth it to get a monthly plan, $40 at a monthly plan buys you anywhere from 450 to 600 mins (15-20 minutes per day)however $40at virgin mobile buys you 160 minutes or around5 to 6 minutes perday, and if your buying it to spend less money than a plan (say 30 dollars- 120 minutes a day) thats 4 minutes perday.

    5-0 out of 5 stars good phone
    This phone is excellent. Of course, it is he best of all the virgin mobile phones for many reasons. A few include, it has a camera, picture messaging, a flash for the camera, and Virgin XL. I would recommend this phone to any virgin mobile user.

    4-0 out of 5 stars cool phone
    This phone is so cool. the camera is all so cool.my mom siad I sould waste all my airtime money on games and ringtones but I buy them anyways. If you want a cool phone buy this one ... Read more


    16. PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Silver (Sprint)
    by Sanyo
    list price: $279.99
    our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00023DRVO
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Sanyo
    Sales Rank: 679
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with Sprint cell phone service, the Sanyo PM-8200 includes a built-in VGA digital camera with an LED flash, push-to-talk capability, voice dialing, Internet capability, and much more, all displayed on a 1.8-inch, 65k color LCD screen.

    See a detailed view of
    the phone's features
    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the PM-8200's features include vibrating alert, voice dialing, call screening, a dedicated speakerphone and voice mail button, push-to-talk, and a 300-entry phone book capacity with picture-ID capability. It also supports mobile-to-mobile (walkie-talkie) direct link for up to 6 simultaneous users. This phone supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) devices.

    Messaging and Internet
    This phone provides SMS two-way messaging, conventional email, and predictive text assistance, plus picture sharing and voice-memo picture attachment. The PM-8200's Internet connectivity also lets you access online services such as stock quotes, road directions, airline information, entertainment, and more. You can download Java applications (version J2ME) to add additional capabilities to your phone, and high-speed data transfer and download round out the package. The PM-8200 is GPS capable.

    Organizer
    Multishot feature:
    Take up to 8 rapid shots in sequence
    The PIM organizer included with this phone provides programmable reminders for holidays, birthdays, or other significant dates, an event calendar, to-do list, call alarm, alarm clock, calculator, world clock and more.

    Fun and Games
    For fun, the PM-8200 sports a built-in VGA digital camera, outfitted with a flash, digital zoom, self-timer, multi-shot capability, plus fun frames, color tones, and a security camera lockout feature. The PM-8200 also features 32 chord ring tone capability, and the usual downloadable ring tones, screen savers, wallpaper, and games, in addition to the ones built in to the phone.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sanyo PM-8200 weighs 3.64 ounces and measures 3.34 x 1.85 x 1.02 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 3 hours talk time, and up to 12 days standby time.

    ... Read more

    Features

    • Feature-packed with VGA camera and flash, speakerphone, dual-displays and more
    • VGA camera includes 640x480 resolution, flash, zoom capabilities and auto-focus.
    • Vivid dual-displays in 65,000 colors for life-like images
    • Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
    • Includes phone, rapid wall charger and user documentation

    Reviews (25)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Can't Hear
    Like everyone said before, I bought this for all the features and the great battery life.All those have delivered except I feel like the battery doesn't last that long anymore AND the charger that they provide starts to "get loose" and stops charging the phone correctly after a while and you have to get the alternative charger for the phone.This phone gets great reception and I get reception in places that most other people don't...ONLY ONE PROBLEM....... YOU CAN'T HEAR WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING TO YOU!The speaker in the earpiece of this phone is terrible.I thought it was me at first.I thought that it was the OTHER person's cell phone because how could it be mine if I had full reception bars?Well it is the phone.The speaker is simply a piece of junk.Hopefully Sanyo will correct it with future phones because I really do like everything else about the phone.I gave it 2 stars though because the basic function of the phone is obviously the most important thing and that is seriously lacking.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone!
    I have been with Sprint for almost 2 years now and have had 3 different phones.Out of the 3 I have to say that the Sanyo 8200 is the best.I love the screen call feature.I've read the other reviews and alot of people complained about the audio quality.I haven't had that problem.Now, I just recently had to get a replacement under the warranty because the vibrate did not work but other than that, I think the phone is great. I love the design of the phone, its compact and light and comes in 4 different colors.I orginally wanted the red but went with silver only because at the time the Sprint store that I purchased the phone from did not have the red one in stock. Im thinking about upgrading though.I never keep cells phone for a really long time.If something new comes out and I like it, I usually buy it.I like the new Sanyo 5600 but Im not keen on spending $500 for a cell phone.I think I may just settle for the Sanyo MM 7400.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Sanyo, what were you thinking?
    All the gadgets in the world can't hide the fact that this phone sounds horrible. I first thought it might be a bad phone, so I exchanged it. Guess what? It's the same for all of the 8200's. I love the reception but if you can't understand the person on the other end what's the point? It's like owning pretty car but it it can't shift into drive. Stay away from this phone.

    3-0 out of 5 stars mixed bag
    I fell in love with this phone at the store: great design, great features, great camera, I was psyched.Then I started using the phone - the WORST audio quality!Everyone who calls me sounds like they're coming through a train terminal PA system.The static is in the phone, it's not the reception.I'm still using this phone because I still love the design, but just know you're buying a phone with terrible audio.

    1-0 out of 5 stars What happened???
    I first bought this phone right off the line (3 days after it was put in stores) For 4 months it was the best phone i have ever had. decent quality in pictures, advanced text messaging (text messages came direct to my phone rather than me logging into a site to get them) and the speaker phone made talking a little easier when i needed full movement of my head to see what was around me (IE. driving, walking etc.)
    But the biggest thing that seems to plague the new sanyo picture and video phones is the place you plug into the phone to charge the phone. WHAT HAPPENED?? Only four months into owning this and i have to jimmy the phone so that i can just charge the battery. And i am not the only one who has this problem. Many of the guys i work with are sprint users and have this exact phone or one similar and have the same problems as i do. This major defect makes this phone a bad sale. i mean how can you use the features if you can't get power to the phone. Sanyo needs to find a way to fix this, and then this phone type will once again be the ace it was when i first bought it. ... Read more


    17. Sony Ericsson T637 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
    by AT&T Wireless
    list price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002HD6PM
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
    Sales Rank: 645
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Sony Ericsson T637 features a built-in digital camera, Bluetooth, multimedia messaging, polyphonic ringtones, and tons of ways for you to personalize its look and feel. Quality materials and a large and super-clear color display give this phone its sophisticated personality. It's the perfect complement to AT&T wireless service.

    Design
    The phone features a bright, clear 128 x 160 screen with 65,536 colors. It offers high contrast, saturated colors, and a fast response time that's optimal for displaying games and other moving content. The stylish candybar form factor of the phone will turn heads and get attention, while the quick camera buttons and easy-to-use center control toggle make it a snap to operate the T637. Charging and data connectivity are provided on the bottom of the phone, while an infrared transmitter for synchronizing contacts and data is housed on the top of the device. Meanwhile, the phone's CIF-resolution (352 x 288) camera is housed on the back panel.

    Calling Features
    When you're calling, you'll enjoy essential features like redial, vibrating alert, speed dialing, and side volume keys, as well as choice extras like sleep mode, menu shortcuts, keypad lock, SIM card lock, voice control, and status view. Create your own ringtones with the built-in MusicDJ using a library of pre-loaded instruments, rhythms, and melodies. Further, the phone's 32-voice polyphonic ringtones make your incoming calls sound like music to your ears. Use the ringtones that come with your phone or download new ones from AT&T's mMode mobile Internet service. And because the T637 has Bluetooth built in, you can use a wide array of Bluetooth-compatible headsets for total wireless freedom.

    Messaging, Internet and Tools
    The T637 has all the bases covered when it comes to messaging. Support is built in for sending and receiving text, graphics and sound via messages. Multimedia messaging (MMS) lets you compose your messages using images, sounds and text. Sony-Ericsson's QuickShare feature, meanwhile, lets you share content with other devices, other phones, even your computer--just drag and drop pictures from your PC to your phone. Instant messaging is also supported and the phone ships with a built-in email client (AT&T messaging charges apply). T9 text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

    Getting on the Internet is easy with the T637, as well. It supports the GPRS protocol for speedy downloads and wireless Web access. AT&T's mMode service lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get sports scores, download games and ringtones, and more.

    The T637's Bluetooth capability lets you connect, wirelessly, to a laptop, a PDA, or another Bluetooth phone, and users of Apple computers can synchronize their calendars and contact information with the T637 using iSync, Apple's free synchronization software.

    A number of handy tools come with the phone, including a memo pad, a calculator, business card exchange, a calendar, and a tasks list. There's also a full-featured clock, which includes a stopwatch, an alarm, and a handy timer.

    Imaging and Entertainment
    The camera T637's camera couldn't be easier to operate, with just one click to activate it and another to take a picture. Want to view your pictures on your computer screen? The T637 can automatically enlarge pictures to VGA size (480 x 640 pixels). Software included in the phone recalculates picture size without sacrificing quality.

    Mobile gaming has never looked better than on the T637's high quality screen. Force and sound feedback guarantees full-throttle fun. The T637 comes with a variety of embedded games, including the legendary racing game V-Rally 2, and many more are available for download.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sony-Ericsson T637 weighs 3.26 ounces and measures 4.02 x 1.69 x 0.67 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 9 hours of digital talk time, and up to 300 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 800/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    T637 handset, SIM card, battery, charging cord, user's manual, and warranty information ... Read more

    Features

    • Built-in CommuniCam digital camera
    • Bluetooth enabled; infrared support
    • PC Synchronization using SyncML over WAP
    • Instant Messaging client - Yahoo, AOL, and ICQ supported
    • Organizer includes alarm clock, calculator, calendar with up to 500 entries and more

    Reviews (72)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good One.. surely not the Best one
    The colour of the phone is absolutely great when compared to its prior model T610. The screen resolution is good, but the photos taken with the camera doesn't come well, ofcourse it solves the tiny purposes on the go. Bluetooth connectivity is great.. I have a good time making it synchronize with my laptop and also transfer the images across. Over all, its a great phone at a great deal (I got $200 back :))

    2-0 out of 5 stars It only gets more annoying
    I won't say there aren't any positives to the phone, but there are some annoying features of the phone that get more annoying.

    Slow and clunky interface
    The joystick doesn't help -- it never seems to understand down vs. center push when you want it to.Don't expect to have some flexible ways to call or view contacts.

    Speaker Location
    I've needed to put the phone just at the right spot on my ear, otherwise I can't hear the sound (which is pretty good when you can hear it)

    Random Feedback
    If you have your stereo system on, you'll get some feedback and think you'll have an incoming call.But no, your phone's causing feedback for no reason at all.Don't leave this phone near your monitor.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Average
    I purchased this phone when moving to Cingular.The Nokia I wanted was on backorder so I figured I would give another vendor a shot.I had the phone for a week, and it was OK, but it just didn't cut it for me.I wasn't fully satisfied, so I sent it back for the purchase of a Nokia 6230.If I hadn't been previously exposed to the world of Nokia, I might have stuck with the phone.But, I knew what I was missing (features, interface, usability, etc.) and had to turn back.

    Notable Pros:

    • seamless Bluetooth integration with Mac OS X iSync (Address Book, iCal)
    • voice dialing (I did not try this feature)
    • nice color screen
    • T9 text input (I personally prefer Multi-Tap, but some may prefer this feature)


    Notable Cons:
    • the software on the phone lagged!I would press a button and it would take a second or two to react.This is probably the biggest reason I returned the phone.
    • the interface is clunky, and seems to require several extra steps to get to the items you want (e.g. text messaging, phone numbers)
    • battery life seemed short.I'm not really a big talker, so a battery usually lasts me a week.It was lasting me about 3-4 days.I'm guessing this was due to the color screen.


    Features It Should Have But Doesn't:
    • speaker phone
    • additional phonebook information (street address, notes, etc.)


    Again, it's not a horrible phone (I like it muck better than the Motorola V180 I have assigned to me at work), it's just not my preference.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Alright
    This phone is a alright phone.I wouldent have picked it if i saw it upclose.This phone is for a person that just wants a phone to call people.2 stars.

    4-0 out of 5 stars please just review the phone!
    I wish all you punk dill weed kids would just review the phone instead of talking about the service provider.Christ....there are some people that want an objective opinion about the phone itself. How does it make and receive calls?. Does it hold on to a signal well?. what do you like most about the phone?. Stop talking about the games,or about the service. Reading most of your crap is like reading something a 9 year old would write. ... Read more


    18. PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Blue (Sprint)
    by Sanyo
    list price: $279.99
    our price: $269.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00023DS04
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Sanyo
    Sales Rank: 1311
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with Sprint cell phone service, the Sanyo PM-8200 includes a built-in VGA digital camera with an LED flash, push-to-talk capability, voice dialing, Internet capability, and much more, all displayed on a 1.8-inch, 65k color LCD screen.

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    the phone's features
    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the PM-8200's features include vibrating alert, voice dialing, call screening, a dedicated speakerphone and voice mail button, push-to-talk, and a 300-entry phone book capacity with picture-ID capability. It also supports mobile-to-mobile (walkie-talkie) direct link for up to 6 simultaneous users. This phone supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) devices.

    Messaging and Internet
    This phone provides SMS two-way messaging, conventional email, and predictive text assistance, plus picture sharing and voice-memo picture attachment. The PM-8200's Internet connectivity also lets you access online services such as stock quotes, road directions, airline information, entertainment, and more. You can download Java applications (version J2ME) to add additional capabilities to your phone, and high-speed data transfer and download round out the package. The PM-8200 is GPS capable.

    Organizer
    Multishot feature:
    Take up to 8 rapid shots in sequence
    The PIM organizer included with this phone provides programmable reminders for holidays, birthdays, or other significant dates, an event calendar, to-do list, call alarm, alarm clock, calculator, world clock and more.

    Fun and Games
    For fun, the PM-8200 sports a built-in VGA digital camera, outfitted with a flash, digital zoom, self-timer, multi-shot capability, plus fun frames, color tones, and a security camera lockout feature. The PM-8200 also features 32 chord ring tone capability, and the usual downloadable ring tones, screen savers, wallpaper, and games, in addition to the ones built in to the phone.

    Vital Statistics
    The Sanyo PM-8200 weighs 3.64 ounces and measures 3.34 x 1.85 x 1.02 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 3 hours talk time, and up to 12 days standby time.

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    Features

    • Feature-packed with VGA camera and flash, speakerphone, and dual displays
    • VGA camera features auto-focus lens, zoom capability. flash and 640x480 resolution
    • Dual LCD/TFT displays offer crisp images in 65,000 colors
    • Speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
    • Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation

    Reviews (28)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Superb phone with great features!
    I have had this phone going on a year now and can faithfully say that I have very few complaints!! First of all the phone has NEVER and I mean NEVER failed me! This will be the 5th Sanyo I have owned, starting with the faithful 4500, and have never been let down. I have seen numerous complaints about sound quality, but short of the volume being a little low on occasion, I cannot see too much fault. The speakerphone is only half-duplex, but most cell phone speakerphones are only HD at the moment. Also you cannot expect board room sound out of a tiny micro-sized speaker! It does very well for its size. Ready link performance is top rate, as well. All in all another great Sanyo product!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Going on 5th bad phone in 5 months...
    I bought this phone for FREE in dec 2004. (special)

    2 months later the head set wouldn't work anymore. (the head set to plug in the jack and speak hands free, and i have a few plantronic headsets that work great, the big ones.)

    Store would not give me a blue one, only silver. 2 months later the head set wouldn't work anymore.

    Given the run around at the sprint stores and tech and made to drive over 500 miles going back and forth (in 35 mile increments).

    Given 3rd phone, got to my car and started to make a call, head set wouldn't work right out of the box. That's less than 90 seconds after leaving the store.

    Given 4th phone the same day (not working this same day, 2 bad phones in the same day) and would keep beeping, the icon for battery would blink from full charge to BEING recharged (not in need of, but being), while half muting the person on the other end of the phone call.

    After 4 hours in the store this day, even though they saw it was not working, refused to replace because their tech guy went home and he was required to say it's broken before they change it out.

    My previous phone was the sanyo 4900 which i had to replace in the first week, but has lasted for the last 2 years, very dim screen and big, but worked great.

    The 8200?, I got it free and it's cost me so much money in time and gas and trouble, feels like It's cost me $1000. By far the worst quality phone I have dealt with in the last ten years.

    emailed sprint and they have agree to allow me to take any of their phones and they will credit the 229 list price.
    Did not offer to compensate for all the BS their store reps have put me through. Worst people in the world at the sprint store in Asheville, NC... patton ave. Hendersonville road and mall is where you should buy if your in this town.

    I've liked sanyo alot, but now I'm almost scared off of them. My old samsung wasn't as strong in reception and battery life, but I'm using cnet to investigate phones that have the same problem with everybody.

    I do have a few friends that have not had AS MANY problems as I have had and they are hard on phones, my 4900 still looks new. I'm very easy on my phones.

    If I had not gotten 4 bad phones....
    just rating the phone on the features and the like, I'd probably rate it 3 stars at best.

    The phone is average, imo. The worst thing about the phone, from all the phones, is to listen to a conversation on the phone, you either have to turn the volume down to the lowest, if you turn it up so that you can easily hear the other person the sound becomes very distorted and choppy.

    Based on that one thing, I would not suggest buying this phone. Add in the problems I've gotten with the 4 bad phones, I can not give this a good review.

    3-0 out of 5 stars what's up with the hissing on sprint phones?
    I got this phone after switching over from Verizon.The first thing I noticed was an audible hissing when I'm talking on the phone.I went to 3 different sprint stores and tried out all the models that were available and there was noticeable hissing on almost all the phones.But most notably on Sanyo models.The phone that had the least background hissing was the LG 325, but I wanted a flip phone.The PM 8200 also has a horrible speakerphone (it's loud, but very distorted and cuts out when there is cross-talking).The PM 8200 also distorts the caller's voice slightly.If you've never had a good cell phone like an LG, (my previous verizon phone was the LG 4400 and callers sounded crystal clear), you may not notice the relatively bad sound quality of most of the Sprint phones.I returned the 8200 within the 14 day period and instead got the Samsung RL-A760.The sound is much clearer on this phone with less hissing, but is slightly larger and does not have a camera.the speakerphone on the Samsung is much better and does not cut out during cross-talking, at least on my end. overall, the PM8200 is a good phone if you can stand the hissing and distortion.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a great phone...
    and it does everything that I could ever imagine (web, pictures, alarms, downloads, speaker phone) - except streaming video, which the newer version (PCS Phone Sanyo MM-7400 (Sprint) has.

    One great buy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT!
    This is a great phone! It has all the features such as camera with flash, calendar and other stuff. I have no problems with it except for one. The metallic seems as if it is prone to scratches and it feels awkward when I handle it with extra care. ... Read more


    19. Motorola V120T Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
    by TracFone
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002Y62ME
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: TracFone
    Sales Rank: 825
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Motorola V120T is a sturdy, midrange phone that features voice-activated dialing and memo recording, text messaging, free voice mail, free caller ID, free call waiting, and much more, all displayed on a backlit grayscale LCD screen.

    Calling Features
    Used simply as a phone, the V120T features include call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, voice activated dialing, any-key answer, auto-answer, auto-redial, dual-tone multifrequency, roaming indicator, speed dial, linked (credit card) dialing, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, system select, usage alert, vibrating ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. There's also 32 different ring tones to choose from and a special TracFone airtime balance display so you always know how much time you've got until the next refill.

    Messaging and Internet
    The phone's wireless Internet browser provides data transmission capabilities, two-way text messaging with iTap predictive text input, and access to news, sports, weather and more on the Wireless Internet. It also supports digital TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf).

    Organizer
    The Motorola V120T's organizer features include a calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more. Using the included TrueSync software and a handy USB connection, you can also quickly sync up data from your phone's organizer with your PC.

    Fun and Games
    This phone comes with three games, plus access to more via the Internet. You can also swap out the faceplates for others (sold separately) if you wish.

    Vital Statistics
    The Motorola V120T weighs 4.5 ounces and measures 5.0 x 1.77 x 1.1 inches. Its batteries are rated at minimum 240 minutes talk time and 242 hours standby time. It runs on TDMA service.

    In the Box
    Motorola V120T cell phone, manual

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    Reviews (1)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not bad when it actually works
    The V120 worked well when I first purchased it but within 2 weeks it started to turn off by itself. After the third week it refused to turn on again...at least the batteries were salvageable. ... Read more


    20. Nokia 3595 TMO to Go Prepaid Phone (T-Mobile)
    by Nokia
    list price: $124.99
    our price: $89.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002W05FG
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Nokia
    Sales Rank: 316
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compatible with T-Mobile cell phone service, the Nokia 3595 prepaid cell phone is at the top end of Nokia’s entry-level 30-series phones, offering the basic Nokia features plus a digital wallet, voice dialing, data capabilities through its Java support, and advanced messaging. The Nokia 3595 phone comes in the familiar slim Nokia package, but has a larger and unique keypad design and a full 4,096-color display.

    Calling Features
    For calling, this phone provides a dedicated voice mail button, as well as a voice mail indicator, call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, voice activated dialing, any-key answer, auto-redial, speed dial, mute control, no-answer transfer, vibrating ring, differential ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. For hearing-impaired customers, the 3595 offers TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) compatibility with the phone adapter.

    Messaging and Internet
    This device also supports messaging via SMS and MMS, enabling you to create, send, edit, and forward messages with text and images to compatible phones. You can also receive messages with text, image, and sound, and instant message from friends or business associates. The GPRS connection ensures high-speed data transmission over the phone's XHTML browser, providing users with quick access to Internet. The 3959 is also compatible with the many downloadable, Java-based business applications available online. The digital wallet feature allows you to make credit card payments online securely.

    Organizer
    Organizer features include a 100-event calendar, calculator with currency converter, and an alarm clock that works even when the phone is switched off. The phone book, calendar, and to-do list can be synchronized with a PC using SyncML software over the WAP connection.

    Fun and Games
    For fun, the Nokia 3595 provides preloaded polyphonic ring tones, wallpapers, animated screen savers, and picture messages--plus the memory to download more. The device also features four games (Backgammon, Sky Diver, Air Glide, and Bowling), and supports changeable covers in various colors (available separately).

    Vital Statistics
    The phone weighs 3.77 oz. and measures 4.68 x 1.95 x 0.87 inches. Its extended Li-Ion battery is rated for up to 5.5 hours of digital talk time and 10 days of digital standby time.

    In the Box
    Nokia 3595 prepaid phone, charger, battery, and hands-free headset ... Read more

    Features

    • T-Mobile To Go is the hassle-free way to stay connected. No long-term contract. No credit check. No deposits or monthly bills.

    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone, Best Performance!
    I bought this phone several months ago because my old (...)cell phone had no reception in the office where I work. I choose this phone because it has an exceptionally high rating for performance on the CNET cell phone reviews (...). This one has at least half the bars all the time and it has never lost signal where ever I have taken, including places where most other phones don't work, even in a basement! It is also a very loud phone with a brightly lit color screen. Although the screen resolution is a little lower than the more expensive models, it is easy to read.

    It comes with all the basic features including some nice ones such as wallpapers and screensavers and a nifty feature called timed profiles which means that you set your ring tone and alert preferences and they will revert to normal at a time that you specify. It also includes a basic organizer and comes loaded with 4 games (Sky Diver, Backgammon, Bowling and Air Glide). You can download additional ring tones and graphics but the prepaid plan does not support game downloads. By default it comes loaded with a nice variety of ring tones and most users will find one that appeals to them. Yahoo!, MSN, AOL and ICQ instant messengers are also included.

    The keyboard layout is rather strange and that is the only real shortcoming of this phone. However, once you get used to it, it is not a bother. Overall, this is a great little phone which offers exceptional performance and all the basic features. I bought it directly from the T-Mobile website where it was selling for less, so you may want to check the price there before buying. T-Mobile recently increased the minutes that you get from some of the prepaid cards and lowered the limit for Gold Rewards program participation to $100 which makes it an even better deal.

    2-0 out of 5 stars I wasn't that impressed with signal strength
    I had this phone with Tmobile. I didn't get signal in a number of areas. My keypad became faulty after 3 months and I couldn't dial certain numbers.My friend had a tracfone and got signal in way more places than I did.(he has the v60i-cdma vers.) I bought a tracfone, had him send me a referral through tracfones promotional referral deal, activated the phone and got 100 free minutes for the referral.I'll send you one if you think you are going to get a tracfone instead,just email me(before you activate phone!). I have the v60i now too and I'm so much happier with it. They also have GSM phones, nokia 1100 and 2600.

    3-0 out of 5 stars 3 1/2 Stars...And it's Not Bad
    I got this phone free when I signed up for Cingular almost 2 years ago.It's not a bad phone.The ringer can be very loud if you don't set it to the lower volume, which can be a plus if you're in a noisy area, but a minus if you work in an office!

    My biggest complaint is because it's not a "flip" type phone, if I have the phone in my purse, it tends to get hit very easily on the number pad and ends up calling a speed dial that I've programmed...not good when someone is listening to you and you don't know it! :0)

    It's a little bulky since they can make phones so thin now, but overall, especially since I didn't pay anything for it, I'd give it high marks as far as cell phones go.I don't need a lot of "extra" gadgets, so if they're missing from this phone, I don't miss them.

    5-0 out of 5 stars T-Mobile Nokia 3595 Prepaid Phone
    The phone is great and the sound is EXCEPTIONALLY LOUD. If you were in an auditorium or movie theater and want to sneak a game in with the volume at its LOWEST, forget it! Keep this phone in silent mode if you don't want to be embarassed - at the same time, now that the audio quality is pretty good. Reception-wise, the phone can only be as good as the service will let it and within the Washington DC Metero area, I would say that it is a notch below Sprint. Don't expect it to work in every building you go into even if other carriers do. Blame it on coverage, though, not the phone itself. Overall, it's very much so worth it (and cheaper at T-Mobile's website as of this review).

    5-0 out of 5 stars 3595 nokia
    it has the best signal my mom has a virozon phone and my phone, unlike hers, has color has a strong signal where hers has none and its cheap noexpenive phone bills just puyt 10 dollars in to it and get thirty minutes. best of all no overgages ... Read more


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