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Product: Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
It is a great PHONE!

It functions perfectly as a phone. If you want to make a fashion statement, you could do worse. If you want games, BUY A GAMEBOY ADVANCE!!!
The Contacts interface is more than enough, it has a separate Phonebook (for simple listings) and an Address Book (for beefier entries, homephone, cellphone, e-mail address, etc) and you can copy entries from the Phonebook to the Address Book. If you need more than that, get a PDA. It has got a very convenient speakerphone feature. It gets great reception in problem areas. It is small and light and since it is a flip phone you don't have to worry about sticking it in your pocket (no buttons to push accidentally and no need for the obnoxious Keypad Lock). The battery life is fine, if you consider that it only takes 35 minutes to charge it from 15% to full. You can't beat the price, especially for a Flip phone. If you want a camera, get a REAL ONE, because, fortunately, this phone does not have one.

Like I said before, if you need a PHONE, this one is just GREAT.
Product features:
Distinctive loop antenna.
Download Fun (MegaTones® and Wallpaper)
Dual display
Text and picture messaging
Includes phone and travel charger

Product: Kyocera 2255 Phone Super Model (VirginMobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 1/5
Kyocera 2255 Phone Super Model (VirginMobile)
Service is worst than phone

I have 2 of these phones and my neighbor has 1. Shortly after the 1 year warranty expired they began to have problems. These were used for occasional and emergency purposes. When we contacted Virgin Mobile they said there was NOTHING they could do except sell us NEW phones at full price. So I spent over $200 in phones only to find out they are throw aways after 13 to 14 months. Virgin Mobile will make alot of money off the 1.75 million consumers that will have to replace their phones. So if your phone breaks don't expect any help from VM and if you have any prepaid minutes they become part of Virgin Mobile's profits. In other words you just donated your $$$$ to them.

Let the buyer beware when you do business with Virgin Mobile. Expect to throw away the phone in just over a year. Shame on VM as they are targeting the young of this country who won't have any way to protect themselves fom this type of scam.
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Easy to use navigation keys; five-line, full bit-map display
Brilliant-blue backlight for easy screen/keypad readability
Phone equipped with 25 Ringtones, vibrate alert, and 4 games
Handy tools include voice memos, alarm clock, stop watch, and calculator

Product: Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: KYOCERA
Rating: 4/5
Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)

Product features:
Dazzling blue backlighting
Palm-friendly size and shape
2-way text messaging
Download actual song clips
Built-in flashlight and 3 pre-loaded games

Product: Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Nice little phone

My husband and I purchased our Samsung x426 phones about 3 weeks ago. The phone is small, lightweight, and stylish. After reading some reviews, i was a bit worried. But we haven't had many problems. The one problem that keeps popping up in the reviews is the mic being to sensitive, it is. But all you have to do is adjust the volume on the side of the phone, and don't talk with the phone inside of your mouth. As for the dropped calls, that would be your service provider. All and all, this is a great phone and i would recommend it highly.
Product features:
Samsung 426 is notable for its thin profile, light weight, and large, bright color display
Includes GPRS high-speed data and Java downloadable applications
Features 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Holds 7 hours of talk time and 216 hours of standby time
Supports wireless Internet and text messaging

Product: Nokia 6010 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Cingular
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 6010 Phone (Cingular)
Washes just fine in the washer!

In today's day and age, it's becoming the normal thing for kids to have cell phones, so I wanted to get that part out before I had bad remarks added to my comment here. I have a ten year old daughter and she uses this Nokia 6010 phone with the KIC prepaid plan so the two of us can stay in touch while she's at her activities, friends' houses, or out in the neighborhood since 2-way radios only go so far. One of the things I didn't want for her was a clip to attach this to her pants for the fear of losing her phone. So she keeps it in her pants pocket. Then it happened. I thought I was going to faint at first because I had to pay $100 for this phone since it wasn't a contract she's using it for. She left the phone in her pants pocket and in the washer it went. After a full super wash with All Clean and Clear and a bit of Snuggle's fabric softner, I'm sure the phone is quite clean now. We realized it was missing when I called it and it kept telling me the customer was unavailable. Then she said those words, "Mom, did you take the phone out of my pocket, because I left it in there."

My own personal experience of dropping a cell phone in the toilet, I just knew this phone was a goner, but I had hope. I took the phone apart and let it dry over night, put it back together, and can you believe this phone still works like new??? The Sim card wasn't even damaged!!!

So now that we know it washes up good, how about the rest of the phone? It comes preloaded with several ringtones, which none sounded like Ciara as my daughter wanted, so we downloaded a few from the free ringtone site we use. Ah, see? It DOES have internet capabilities! It also has a few games to play, but the Bowling is so loud, I at times want to smash it, haha, but she has learned how to turn off the volume. The candybar style phones, such as this one, are so much easier to slip into a pocket or one of those teeny booper purses she uses than the flip phones, so I feel this phone was perfect for her. It doesn't have a camera on it or anything, but just the basics. If you're looking for a phone just to talk on, this one will work fine. I've used it once myself to test it out and the sound is crystal clear which is hard to find in some brands. You can buy interchangeable face plates for it or leave it black. Overall, it's a good little phone and I do not regret my purchase.
Product features:
Lightweight and ergonomic design
One touch dialing and voice dialing for easy communication
Phone book with up to 500 contacts, with up to 5 numbers and 3 text entries per contact
Personalize your phone with 8 different color schemes
Includes phone, wall charger, SIM card and user documentation.

Product: Kyocera K7 Rave Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: KYOCERA
Rating: 5/5
Kyocera K7 Rave Phone (Virgin Mobile)
This little phone is great!

I had a Party Animal phone for about a year but a dunk in a glass of Kool-Aid rendered it useless. Time to replace. I was going to get another Party Animal but as I understand it the phone has been discontinued. I went to Target and bought the K7 Rave phone. Transferring my existing Virgin Mobile number took about five minutes on a nearby payphone. Now about the K7 Rave phone. I love it! It is smaller and lighter than my previous phone. The bright blue backlighting makes everything easy to see. It has Tetris! I like the way the ringtones sound. The screensavers are cute. The only complaint (and it's a little one) is the buttons are kind of small for my big fingers but I'm getting used to them. All in all this is a great little phone. I have been using Virgin Mobile for a year now and I absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for a simple prepaid plan. You won't be disappointed.
Product features:
Dazzling blue backlighting
Supports 2-way text messaging, 1-touch and voice dialing
Comes equipped with polyphonic ring tones, built-in flashlight, and 3 games
Battery allows for up to 3.5 hours of talk time and 7.5 days of standby time
Uses Virgin Mobile software for access to Virgin Mobile's services and VirginXtras

Product: Kyocera 2119 Phone The Party Animal (VirginMobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Kyocera 2119 Phone The Party Animal (VirginMobile)
Virgin Mobile Phone

I really like the Virgin Mobile Party Animal Phone with one exception. It was my First Phone. I didnt know what to expect. I just looked at it like hey i gotta phone now i am cool. Well this phone is ok for people that have never had a phone before. After my first couple of months i started to search for cell phones on line. When people would ask me what kind of phone i had i would say a virgin mobile. and they would say i never heard of that. I think virgin mobile should advrtise more to get more business and t get their name out their. And online they have better phones. I plan to get a new phone because i want to be up to date in technology. I dont like the mins thing though. I think they should at least have free texting. I also think that the central intelligents needs a new recorded thing. Some time when i call "Ambere" cant hear me clearly. Other than that this is a great phone. The next phone i will get is the viging mobile vox. I think that they should if you have already bought a virgin mobil product that you should have a free upgrade. Not having to pay the full price.
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Four-way easy to use navigation; backlit five-line, full bit-map display
Contact directory to save names, addresses, and up to 200 numbers
Comes with an extra faceplate, and 2 games
Handy tools include calculator, countdown timer, and a stopwatch

Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Unlocked) - Special Edition Black
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Unlocked) - Special Edition Black
Black (RAZR) is Beautiful

The Black RAZR V3 is the wireless phone I have always wanted. It's that simple.

Before having bought mine, I would read commentary from people who would cite all of the features the RAZR doesn't have: "I could buy the (insert model number of cheaper, but still expensive phone which does 100 different things--all of them poorly) and get more for a lot less money." When I would research a model recommended by these self-proclaimed gadget freaks, I'd find that it's dimensions make keeping it in a pocket an awkward and uncomfortable proposition; I'd find that the pictures it takes are not nearly of comparable quality to those taken by even a modest digital camera; I'd find that the lo-res video it can shoot serves no practical purpose; I'd find that web-browsing, game-playing, Instant messaging, streaming television content, all suck up battery-life and ultimately make the device useless for the unlikely purpose of placing and taking phone calls; I'd find that the phone casing is composed of cheap and flimsy plastics which make me wonder how long it wll last; I'd find that little attention had been paid to how the phone's design will contribute to, or detract from, user comfort. After my investigation, I would concluded that for all the money I would save by buying "Phone X" over buying a RAZR, I would still have paid hundreds too much for a filmsy hunk of cutting-edge technojunk. (Don't take my word for it. Look around on the Net for comments about the RAZR around the time of its inroduction and see the recommendations from consumers that people choose the Motorola V600 instead. Then look at the consumer reviews of the V600 on this site.)

The RAZR has a camera, a web-browser, Instant messaging capability, and a whole array of other features all of which are listed in the product description. To the extent that the RAZR does these things adequately I will offer little, if any, comment--mainly because I don't care about them. That to which I can and will attest is that the RAZR exceeds my expectation on how it serves AS A PHONE.

Using my own criteria, a wireless phone should draw and hold a signal; It's earpiece should deliver clear sound at a volume which can compete with background noise; it's mouthpiece should pick up the users voice clearly; it should be compact enough to allow for placement in clothing pockets without creating prominent bulges; it should be solidly built out of durable materials which are not prone to scratching; it should have decent battery life. And yes, anything for which I pay hundreds of dollars should be designed with aesthetics in mind: there are far too many wireless phones which look like disposable children's toys, or like awkward, all-purpose, button-riddled gadgets.

Using the above criteria, the RAZR V3, particularly the Black model, is close to perfect. The sound from the ear piece could certainly be louder, but I have yet to have a caller's voice drowned out by the noise of busy New York City streets. The people to whom I'm speaking have reported to have heard my voice loudly and clearly. Battery life could be longer, but then, the same could be said about many wireless phones which are bulkier and have larger batteries. I have used the phone on both T-Mobile and Cingular networks and found that it draws a strong signal on both; it has never had a dropped call. I found the speaker phone to be loud and clear despite my expectations to the contrary. Is the much-lamented Motorola phone book program clunky? Yes it is. But the RAZR's voice-dialing works well, making it possible to avoid scrolling through the phone book if one hates it that much.

I'll try to boil it down with a somewhat clumsy analogy: Complaining that the RAZR doesn't do enough in the way of tech-gimmicks to justify its price (which is considerably lower that it was when it was introduced) is like complaining that an exotic sports car isn't worth the money because it doesn't have a cup holder, a GPS system, and DVD player like the Minivan you've been looking to buy. That ridiculousness ignores the engineering that makes the sports car a superior performer on the road, and the attention put toward making it sleek and aesthetically pleasing. The RAZR's performance has made concern over signal strength a thing of the past. and its design is unmatched--not just for it's ultra-compactness, but for the solidity of it's build. That makes it worth what I paid for it. And my inability to speak to the quality of other phones on the market put them out of consideration.

Besides, as they say, black is beautiful.

That the RAZR cannot serve as a business-card scanner doesn't trouble me. For those who need to have whichever feature-laden mobile gadget is most desired at the moment, buy a Samsung MM-A800, clip on you belt (you'll need to), and earn yourself the right to say your phone can do just about everything--poorly.
Product features:
Unlocked for use with your existing GSM 850 MHz, GSM 1800 MHz, GSM 900 MHz or GSM 1900 MHz service provider and SIM card. Note: This phone does not come with service or a SIM card.
Razor-thin Aircraft Aluminum Case - Special Edition Black
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Digital Camera with MPEG4 Video Playback / Built-in Speakerphone
English manual (book), European charger with US adapter, Headset, Data cable, Leather case

Product: Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Poor reception

GThat's about it poor reception. Phone feature are good, pictures are poor quality and so is reception

Product features:
Quad-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Integrated VGA camera with 4x zoom and video capture
MP3 ringtone capable
Features EDGE high-speed data network compatibility
Conference calling and integrated hands-free speaker

Product: Motorola V60i MKII Phone (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V60i MKII Phone (AT&T)
It's your carrier and sloppy handling, phone is great

Get a Tracfone. No extra costs other than the cards. The Motorola V60i is great. If you take care of it it works just wonderful. I will never go to a wireless carrier again. They just don't care for their customers. Tracfone is far nicer to their customers, and bend over backwards to help. This is a great phone.
Product features:
This update to the v60i model adds EMS, chat, downloadable ringtones and graphics. Other notable features include world roaming and GPRS high-speed data.
External display allows you to view text without opening the phone
Interchangeable metal housings
Up to 4 hours' digital talk time and 10 days' digital standby time
Includes battery, charger, and headset

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