Review: Motorola W755
Basic features aren't so basic anymore, and this phone is a prime example of the kinds of goodies you can get for not a lot of money. Unfortunately, you'll have to spring for your own headphones, a USB cable and a microSD card to really complete the purchase.
But talk time, music play time and standby time are exemplary. You can afford to miss a day or two of charging and not cripple your communications capabilities,. In addition, the W755's EV-DO connectivity is speedy, consistent and reliable for data, less so for voice.
So, if all you need is a serviceable phone for calls, texting and Web access and the extras are just that, extras, you'll get a durable, unpretentious, well-performing phone for not a whole lot of money.
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