This phone has to be one of the greatest designs of all times. Its awesomely sleek and doesn't look at all outdated, even after 10 years. I'm going to give it up soon as I finally convinced myself to move on to an intelligent phone. Just hope I'm taking an intelligent decision!
Got the black one back in 2006. Initially, when it was first released, it cost $800 AUD. Bought it for $120 brand new. When first, it had Telstra branding and had to put it in service because it turned off involuntary. After service and had no Telstra branding and it is working until now.
Because some of us dont want a micro computer. You know-a phone! The hint is in the wording..
john, 09 Nov 2013how come you people still talking about this phone!!??? we are less than 3 months away from 2... more Its 10 yrs old but if you have parents in their 70's like I do then you have to look for something with a dial pad and thats it.Unfortunately we are leaving those people out with all the new phones coming out now.
john, 31 Oct 2013how come you people still talking about this phone!!??? we are less than 3 months away from 2... moreecause some of us want to know about this phone. not everyone is buyin the latest. Jeeez
how come you people still talking about this phone!!??? we are less than 3 months away from 2014!!! this phone is 10 years old!!!!! jesus!
how comes when i download music it finishes downloading but it does not save why?
There's a reason why the phone cannot read the file format of the sound. This is becoz u have to change the stereo into mono first. Then u save the music into mp3 format. It really works....
I want to transfer a music from the pc to the cellphone through bluetooth but it always says it fails when sending the file. How do I transfer the music?
Dennys4444, 12 Aug 2013I'm from Brazil. Buy battery is even a problem, I have a V3 purchased in 2012, the batteries... moreI replaced my battery twice. Ordered it from http://www.batteryupgrade.com worked perfectly
thaaz, 12 Aug 2013I needmto buy battery? ?.?
I'm from Brazil.
Buy battery is even a problem, I have a V3 purchased in 2012, the batteries that have access to purchase are already out of date, ie, the duration is much smaller than the already agreed by their specification.
Dennys Marques - Brazil-2013
Others come and go, but I still keep my V3 as my backup/emergency phone. As its quadband, I can drop in a local prepay SIM card wherever I am - just in case. It recharges via a mini-USB cable - another plus.
It just keeps on working whenever I need it to!
The truth is it's not bad phone, but at first I had to take three times for service. The first time I took it for service was because international roaming not working even though it had turned, and the other two times was for battery problems.
I finished changing a Nokia N95.
I love to switch cells from time to time .The only one I keep using is my Razr v3 . Is like to see people's face when they see my Mororola from 2004 still working as the firts day.Best quality.