Easy? I find newer feature phones from circa 2003-2010 easier to use.
I had this phone for 5 years, it was very rugged.
Very strong network.
When it broke I bought another one from someone who recived it as a gift and wanted to cell it and get Nokia. So I had a good deal in the second one. :D
wowwwwwwww very amazing nice colour n model i want to buy this phone in this week
My first GSM, I really love it.. The speciality of this phone is good network signal pickup and good battery life + handy..
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2010To everyone who says this is the best phone they've ever had, are they serious? Or have they n... moreSure! The features (back then) amazed us. Since then our contract expired and we were forced to upgrade and get new phones which had predictive text and internet. But i mean... i the period of 2 years of having my very current phone i had to send it in a very awesome amount of 7 times for various problems, ranging from speaker failure to the screen playing mind tricks. Alcatel has outlasted it guarantee and astounded even the company with its willpower and strength!
Back in College i had one of these. A true die-hard phone. It would get knocked out of my hands, skip across the floor and come to a standstill against walls, chairs etc. This phone of mine went through a lot of "damage-testing", sometimes on purpose (for the P-off days)... Nevertheless, 2 years later i sold it at the same price i bought it for, with nothing but a scratch across the top round edge. It was still working as the day i bought it. One thing i am wondering about though is if it was "water resistent"?
Alcatel One Touch Easy - If i can get hold of you again I'll trade in my Android phone!