Yes, you can use mp3s as message alert tones. You can even assign a different message alert tone for each person.
I'm currently using a T303, but considering getting another phone, the 8MB memory is simply not enough for me. Also, the phone's signal flactuates, when i'm home many times i cannot send messages when i'm downstairs (i can receive them though). My mom's Nokia 3510i has no such problems, considering it is such an old phone.
And, the unit hangs up/freezes once in a while.
It does its but if only it had better features id like it even more
this phone is rubbish, v=bought one and it froze , gave me a replacment and it also now doesnt work, this is in the space of one week, awful model.worst i ever had.
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This phone plays mp3s right? Now the question...can I personalize the message alert tone of the phone to play an mp3 audio instead??? the 8mb size doesn't matter...just want to know if I can set an mp3 file as its message alert tone just like new Nokia phones does. Need an answer please...tnx.
this phone is actually crap we pay a thousand and something for shiy which does'nt even have space? dang i will never buy a sony ericcson piece of crap ever again ! ! ! !
bullsh-t no memory card & jst 8mb internal memory for mp3 player & camra
needs more memory!! lol 8MB soo not enouth... thats like one downloadable song!!
nice phone, too bad theres no slot card, come on, you got to be kiding me not to put one,
Hi! i got this phone yesterday and Im wondering if there's a way were it can be upgraded?
i really love this however i cant use it as mp3 ringtones.. nor save any songs.
Thanks in advance!
very good phone from se !!! they could have removed the 1,3 mp camera and replace it with a memory card slot. it would have been a better ideea.the 8mb internal memory is a real pain in the as%. i work in a phone-selling shop and i have aprox 100 models available fot study and i highly recomend t303 for those who want a compact simpe good phone! thumbs up!
@Anonymous: To toggle T9, while composing an SMS press and hold asterisk (*). You can also go into options->writing_options->options and then either Dictionary, New word predict., or Word suggest., depending on what feature you want to have or disable.
I've had the phone for less than a day, but I'm mostly pleased with it. If you search around on the Internet, you'll find that people either love or hate it. It does most of what I want, in a small, stylish form. I wanted four things: 1) T9 for lots of languages, 2) Russian Cyrillic text, 3) radio, and 4) bluetooth.
T9: In my area, the more expensive Sony Ericsson G502 only had T9 for English and Russian, but the little T303 had T9 for Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian, in addition to English and Russian.
Cyrillic in SMS: Check.
Radio: My previous phone was the Sony Ericsson K750i, and I almost didn't buy another Sony Ericsson, because the radio interface on the K750i was poorly designed (and also the joystick control kept freezing up.) While the K750i's controls for the radio when minimized were a bit awkward, the T303 has no control of the radio whatsoever outside the radio application. You can minimize the radio, but then you are stuck with the volume and station you had in the radio application. Likewise, you can't adjust the radio when the phone is keylocked, like when you "unslide" it. Finally, the maximum volume is weak. You're not going to hurt your hearing, except maybe on the annoying "pop" when starting the radio. Bass seems weak with the supplied headphones, and the proprietary connector makes it difficult/expensive to try other headphones.
MP3: It would have been nice to have MP3's, but the memory of 8MB and no memory card slot kill that idea. MP3's were a battery killer on my old K750i, so maybe it's just as well.
Screen: It's actually a functional mirror(?!) It's fine for reading SMS messages inside, but outside, it's a real challenge to see.
Buttons: I hate the "back" key (the thin key at right). The "options" key (thin key at left) is not a problem, because my thumbnail is at a diagonal when stretching over to it. And there are no dedicated radio control keys.
It's basically just a phone with radio, but it manages to be very small and inexpensive, which is a rare combination.
.,in these days card slots are of most important to mobile users for them to have a wide variety storage of their own portfolios like images, and mp3's., the design is just right for those who will only utilize the messaging and phone call features.,
This is great phone. Robust, supports mini opera, surfing internet is fast, loads 100kb pages without problem. Speaker is loud, has good battery, RDS radio, bluetooth.
About storage the messages. i have the T303 and i have a problem to save more than 350 messages, even i checked phone's memory, there still 3 MB FREE. i do not know if there is something i can do to save more messages or what ?
Thanks to anyone can help :)