A great phone. I have a problem with it.The display light does not work. I am calling on the blind. No display at all.
I'm still using it from 2003 till now ... a superb and great phone ever created by mankind.
wife of a Belgian : , 03 Jan 2009Imust say this phone is quite unique! so unique that I have 2 units of it lol ;pwhere to insert sim card....
Remove the antenna..there you see a space to put the simcard.??????? ARE YOU HAVING A LAFF?
I enjoy reading your comments about the phone but honestly my head aches i just can't imagine a mobile without space for a sim!!!? pls. somebody this to me...
john, 07 Sep 2008 i have a v60i and where do i add the sim card ...no place in the back of the phone for a card Remove the antenna..there you see a space to put the simcard. Good luck
Great phone for its day. I started using it again (Holiday Season '09) since mobile phone robberies are on the rise again here in the Philippines. I seriously doubt a phone "snatcher" would grab this 7-year old relic from my hands ha ha ha.
Absolutely a wonderful phone. I have lost the antenna...Anyone out there have one for sale?
Absolutely a wondewerful phone. I have lost the antenna...Anyone out there have one for sale?
Imust say this phone is quite unique! so unique that I have 2 units of it lol ;p
i have a v60i and where do i add the sim card ...no place in the back of the phone for a card
2nd best phone i've ever had and i've been through about 10 phones. dropped this thing so many times and had so many dents on the metal case and the phone always worked. i regret selling it
V60i-fanatic, 15 Aug 2007I have two ‘Mint’ condition V60i (TDMA) boxed and stashed away due to the Cingular/AT&T Wirele... moreI just got this phone because I broke my phone and its to soon for an upgrad. Its like it was never used but where is the sim card??I can't find where to put my sim card in
Nice phone, but not very reliable.I have only had it for about a year,when the displays (bothe internal and external) have started to fail. Eventually they both stopped working and I wasn't able to see who was calling me, the numbers I was dialing, or anything else. The only visual indicator I had left was a flashing status light. I expected this phone to last for a while, but It didn't. Otherwise, the phone was working fine.
I have two ‘Mint’ condition V60i (TDMA) boxed and stashed away due to the Cingular/AT&T Wireless takeover...and now…the new 'at&t' again (noticed the small caps?). I made the switch to T-Mobile and needed one that utilizes a SIM card so I just bought (another and 3rd) an unlocked V60i from ebay yesterday. In my opinion, the V60i was the best phone Motorola had ever produced. It is rugged; the reception is ridiculously good, built like a tank and virtually bullet-proof, not to mention – very stylish! By far, it’s the best phone I’ve used to date. In the past, I have used Nokias, Ericssons and a whole lotta Motorolas (from the PT-550 - circa 1992). But the two that I can’t seem to part with is the V60i and my very 1st generation V3 Razr (which I am also using currently).
Bought an almost new V60i and i prefer it above all the phones i ever had. What a beauty and i don't mis a camera at all. Even have more attention with my V60i than my friends with their Nokia's N73 and 8800.
Believe me; when there will be a lack of inspiration to develope new phones, they are gonna pimp up retro-phones and the V60i will be one of theme.