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May 6, 2008, 11:11 AM
for the Motorola Z6c World Edition:
This phone is a great concept which unfortunately doesn't deliver. My main interest was in the international GSM capabilities. The good news is that the phone could be unlocked and a local and inexpensive SIM could be inserted. The bad news is they did not allow full non-VZ SIM-card operation. For example, you can't access the SIM phone book. Which is a real negative for me as I have numbers and codes stored on a variety of SIM cards. Second, ...

Jul 27, 2006, 9:39 AM
for the Panasonic GD55 / A100:
Best $40 I ever spent. Got it on ebay before I went abroad. Most amazing is the size. This thing is tiny. I've never seen anything like it - and it can fit easily in a jeans coin pocket or a shirt pocket. It is very bareboned, no camera, etc. But if you want a no-frills, solid "talk" phone when you need GSM this is it. No problems switiching SIM cards. EZ set-up. Buy SIM cards locally in the country ...

Dec 4, 2004, 9:37 AM
for the Motorola V265 / V266 / V276:
Poorly Built Trash. Get the LG 6100 Instead!
Was excited about this phone. Then compared this phone and the LG 6100 at a VZW store. The 6100 blew it out of the water on both RF and build quality. And this is in a VZW store where signal quality is always excellent. The build quality of this v265 is a disgrace. Looks and feels like a cheap kid's toy. Terrible quality and small inside screen. Impossible to see in sunlight. What were the drsigners thinking? Speaking of ...

Oct 24, 2004, 6:24 AM
for the LG VX-6100:
Verizon's Best Basic Phone!!
Without a doubt this is the best phone I've ever had from VZW. It has just about everything one could ask for in terms of basic phone functionality. I'm not picky or a phone phreak. All I want is: - Great RF - Speakerphone - Tri-mode - Always-on Outer LCD - Great earpiece and ringer volume Major Pros - Amazing RF! Best I've ever had on a VZW phone. (Even better than the v710 I had briefly.) No static. Crystal clear. Most people can't even ...

Sep 18, 2004, 12:09 PM
for the Motorola V810:
A Real Winner!!!
I had a v710 and returned it within a week due to all the problems the worst of which was low earpiece volume. I also didn't like the heavy weight. My mandatory requirements were modest. Tri-Mode. Small. Light. Solid RF. Speakerphone. In short, I wanted a great performing phone that was top notch on basic phone functionality. I really don't care about web access, access to email, games, custom ringtones, cameras, etc. In short, I want a phone not ...

Aug 17, 2004, 2:35 PM
for the Motorola V710:
Not Perfect - But Only Gane in Town
Had it for a couple of days. No, its not the greatest end all to be all of cell phones. No phone is. Unfortunately, with all the hype about the v710 expectations were way overblown. No phone could live up to it. That said, it is definitely a keeper for me. You should know that the one and only purpose of a phone for me is making and receiving calls. Why I'll be keeping it? It really delivers on ...

Sep 24, 2002, 9:24 AM
for the Motorola v60i (CDMA) / v60ci / v60ic:
Terrible Phone
One of the worst phones I ever had. Very poor voice quality, sound, and reception. Very soft volume even fully turned up. Hard to hold in hand. Tough to see screen without a magnifying glass. I had an older Startac and did head-to-head comparisons in a variety of locations for call quality, etc. As close as you can get to a controlled experiment. The Startac smoked the v60i each time! Returned it within a week. BTW, the techs at Verizon checked it ...

Sep 24, 2002, 9:17 AM
for the Samsung SCH-T300:
Great Phone!
This phone is an amazing bargain. Was $179. Now available on the Verizonwireless web site for $29.95 and includes lots of goodies as well. It's not the latest and greatest, but if you are looking for a solid, proven performer its worth checking out. Sound quality is very good. Ability to hold calls is very good as well. Very strong feature set includes voice dialing, voice memos and alphabetic phone book; features typically found on much more expensive phones. ...

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