My girlfriend bought me a nokia 300, 9 months ago for my birthday loved it to begin with but now the touchscreen does not work! I am very disappointed as I will have to invest in a new phone! would not recommend it to anyone!.
This is a really unique handset in that it has multiband 3G radios along with the 2G radios in tough non QWERTY keypad at a reasonable price point. It works really well for the intended use and our fleet users really like it. But Nokia can’t seem to market the ASHA 300 or its predecessor properly and sales fell and now it been discontinued - well done Nokia, another sad tale from a once great icon
I have this phone for 2 years and I never had a problem with it, it's small and easy to use. I love his design
Worst Phone I ever used in my life and worst nokia service center in noida sector-2. They are not technical.
It seems my Asha 300 has no wifi possibilities as it finds no wifi, not even at home. Oh and the mic just stopped working after four months (seems like a software prob). like the touch screen though
Good day please can you help me as I'm battling to transfer the info from another phone to my Nokia Asha 300 and I did put my Bluetooth on and the other phone but still it's not transfering the information to my Nokia Asha 300 phone, PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!
I feel Nokia and touchscreen is not a good combination as already after 3 months(!) the touchscreen function of this Asha 300 was out of order. My colleague had the same phone and experience. A pity.
The "old" Nokia with buttons was great and the battery more then excellent.
No problems with my Asha so far, but now I can't seem to make any Calls??, I can still send Messages, and receive Calls, but I can't Phone out, Please help??
I really enjoy my nokia asha 300 most especially the message key button
very bad phone. only have it 8 months and its had to be sent off for repair 4 times. bad phone especially for a nokia! wouldn't recomment
very bad model from nokia especially the screen touch sensing...i had to change the screen twice within a span of eight months after it failed completely to sense the touch...