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Nokia 2855i


Nov 27, 2007 by Jack 76

This was my first phone very good and low priced phone. I bought it for $29. I wanted a cheap one because I always break things (e.g. Phones). I dropped this phone like 40 times but nothing happened to it. It’s a very tough phone. It has very good reception never had a dropped call yet. The speaker phone could be louder. It has enough memory for lots of pictures, ringtones and games.

-Good reception
-Low Price
-Bright Screen
-Long battery life

-Quiet speakerphone

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Nokia 2855i range verses Motorola E815


Jan 26, 2007 by Gadget

If this review was about range, I would have scored this phone a 5. It is actually a friend of mine who has this phone, but since there were no reviews on this unit, I thought I would tell you what I have found. I just recently used this site and others to make a decision on a new phone. My main priority was range. I am in Manitoba Canada in an MTS Mobility area and our phone selection for range (based on reviews) is the Motorola E815. I read conflicting reviews about the Nokia, so I laid my money down on the Motorola. The Motorola is very impresive, but I actually feel that my friends phone is performing better. My Motorola works in some pretty obscure places, but my friends has worked in places where I had tried mine and it didn't work. In fact, nobody else knew of phones working in those places. The phone only seems to sell itself a bit short by way of screen and no camera. Otherwise, it seems to be a strong performer for the money. If you want range, I don't know what would be better.
P.S. I had a Treo 600 prior to this and it did not perform as well when I had it connected to a Wilson 3 watt booster and a roof mounted antenna.

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