I used to have LG GB108 (exact same model but with radio as well). It's a fundamental, but stylish phone, just for texting and calling. It also has a calendar, memo notes, alarm clock, world clock, calculator. Battery, however, doesn't last long, approximately for three days. I like it, I still use it as an organiser and a backup phone.
Brilliant phone, still going strong after 9yrs use.....no gimmicks just works.
Thank you LG .
Great little phone for doing the basics. Question: if I want to ring someone in my Contacts list when I'm abroad, how do I add the country prefix and use the Contact entry? Or do I have to enter the whole thing from scratch?
It is called GB108 in my country and some others if I'm not mistaken.
My current mobile phone. It is a great basic phone with all functions necessary.
Its a fantastic phone at next to nothing price and does all that required of a basic cell phone. Its battery lasts 2-3 days on heavy useage and has never failed even once in the past 5 years.
Used this phone with a Vodafone SIM card in Italy this spring and two years ago for a few weeks. All I needed was an easy-peasy phone to take & make calls from, and voice mail. Did the job with no problems.
Bought this phone for £2.95 as a spare and its superb for the price. A bargain. Battery lasts ages.It does all thats needed by me. Making calls,texting and sums with calculater. A great little phone.
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2010Pls advise how to open phone to insert new SIM card
starting from the litle "half hole" (botton and back),slowly with the nails (do not scrath !!), take off the back lid !!
to put it back press it !!
Vlad, 27 Feb 2010I have new LG GB102. How to open it? I want to put batery inside.Pls advise how to open phone to insert new SIM card
Please can you tell me how to turn OFF the keypad tones and sound effects but have the ring tones loud for calls and texts?