Replying to: Some help for the tech challenged... by aloggany
Re: Some help for the tech challenged...
Your post seemed a bit old but I'll help out anyways.
honestly, you have to have a lot of money in your pocket to get a good bluetooth headset. i thought i was getting a good deal on a $20 Motorola H3 headset from VZW and it was junk. I agree that bluetooth multitasking is definitely a plus if you need to do it alot.
if you are looking for a small phone, this one is the smallest there is from AT&T.
as for texting, i haven't tried it on a C3 or C3b (same exact interface I'm sure).
almost every phone has some sort of alarm clock or calendar. you probably will find it in this phone.
if you wear reading glasses, and are super-dependent on them, this phone is not the best choice since the keypad is so small. If you don't have your glasses with you at the time, it will be difficult to make out the keys. this is a huge problem with my grandparents, so I've seen it happen before.
otherwise, this phone is mostly useful for turning heads because its so small. its not so much for function.
my last thought would probably be that the voice quality (from what i have heard) is somewhat bad, but that could be just a problem of the c300/c3 that got fixed in the C3b update.
if bluetooth was the only update on this phone, than i guess my assumptions are accurate.
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