Advantages It's small, it's red.
Disadvantages Insubstantial, poor menu, annoying tones, confusing answering machine.
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Ok, I'm going to plagiarise now. I too, like the previous reviewer bought this phone because - it's red. That's it. It was, and still is red. And that's about as good as it gets. I could say it's slim. And it's got a little colour screen. But mostly it's red.
The phone, I think, sucks. It cost about £100 from argos and I was, and am, disappointed. As soon as it came out of the box it looked poor. It may have lots of features and it may look stylish (and red) but it is a horrible little plasticky thing with no oomph about it at all. It's screen has a choice of wallpapers, all naff with a resolution from the dark ages. It's menu system is rubbish - if your expecting slick icon design akin to a mobile (even from 5 yrs ago) you'll be disappointed. It's frankly boring to navigate and not intuitive at all - the number of times I've pressed the wrong button is unbelievable and very frustrating.
I know it all sounds a bit flippant and damning and to be fair my real bugbear is its plasticky unsubstantial feel, but I just don't like it and don't feel I would recommend it. I'm sure there are better phones out there for the current going rate of around £80.
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