Anonymous, 01 Feb 2015I want this phone plzI do not know the other benefits for Ericsson A1018s
Pete, 14 Sep 2011Do you still have it?I have it.. but I want to know what other benefits about it
I have one. Brand new, never used, still in those plastic bags not removed.
My grandfather bought it, but never had the chance to use it (RIP).
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2015I want this phone plzHere is one for sale
kemi242, 04 Mar 2014Rugged design, and long-lasting battery. That's what I miss these days. This was an excellent ... morelong lasting battery?? seriously??? this phone's battery was crap, it is not Nokia.
Rugged design, and long-lasting battery. That's what I miss these days. This was an excellent phone at the time.
im using 2 numbers with samsung galaxy s advance and a1018s..... haha.. : )
That's my first mobile since 1999 - and it is upto now the only one still! Well, I had to replace the battery twice (still available!) and had to fix the antenna with glue - but it's doing all right: I'm available on phone for my family, and I'm able to call anybody. What more does a mobile telephone need? Concerning me: nothing! (Besides: the "Retro-Look" makes that old bone really sexy!) So, I'm not only content - I just love it!
My first mobile phone. :o) I had got it in wine colour and with one-ear headset.
hehe i still remeber this phone this was my first mobile phone way back then i still remember i was grade 5 when i have this phone i really miss this phone
how do you connect it to a 7 port usb hub please?
can it work a usb modem? usb mobile broadband device
why doesn't the chatboard offer a connection that can connect with the power cable at the same time - why aren't the hands free standardised 3½mm stereo headphone and mic jacks - why arent the batteries standardised? why aren't these fones regulated
can anyone find a youtube video of it sending an email with attachment as promised in the advertisement
what speed is the processor please? is there a usb 7 port hub with telephone modem and usb mobile broadband dongle for this device? screen a bit limited