LG VX-3400 / 3450 / UX-210
pear phone 3450
i call it pear phone because it looked like a pear.
the antennae broke off, and the sound also went off, so i left this phone.
OK for a basic phone
This phone is a no nonsense phone. Easy to use and small. I liked that about it. Since getting it in August 2007, I have had to have it replaced twice because of no signal. US Cellular said it was a software issue. I should have had at least 4 bars of signal in their store and only had 1. That's with an antenna on their roof. I have dropped tons of calls on this phone. So much so that I went today and paid full price for a Motorola W385, just because I can't wait until next February when I can upgrade. My advice is to go ahead and pay a little extra for a phone instead of opting for a lesser quality. Glad to hear they have discontinued this model!
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I'm glad to see US Cell and Verizon are discontinuing this phone. This phone has such a weak signal out in the country that it is virtually useless. I live 4 miles from a tower for my carrier and if I get 1 bar I am lucky. If I turn my head, the phone craps out.
clear if you can get a call
Dropped calls galore
Nothing inside buildings (even in the city)unless you practically hang out a window.
By the way - this phone is less than 6 months old
Compact, dependable phone
Owned phone for 6 months. Love it! Wanted a phone without all of the whistles and bells and one that was small/compact. This replaced my old faithful StarTac. I use it only as a phone, no texting. Has great reception, very clear sound, and nice GUI. Wife has LG 3300 (great phone) and is looking to move up to either an LG 8300 or 8600. Daughter has a RAZR that has had nothing but problems. LG has earned our family's loyalty.