LG Globus TU330 Reviews

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The LG Globus TU330 has an average user review score of 3 Stars out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

3 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Thursday July 5, 2012 by , Canada
While it is small, durable and useful for calling, messaging on it is a pain, I can't even use my own MP3's as ringtones, and for some odd reason, the phone will spontaneously restart. Additionally,the screen was made much too small.
2 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Sunday December 13, 2009 by , Canada
This phone is great for simplicity but I have a VERY big issue with finding software so that i can use my mp3's as ringtones instead of the lame ones that come with it
4 Stars out of 5

Good, reliable, tough phone

Reviewed on Tuesday December 8, 2009 by , Ottawa
Got this as a basic voice phone, and it works very well in this regard: long battery life, great sound quality and reception, easy to use. Was traveling through the armpit of the East, New Glasgow, and dropped the phone onto a hard surface (they do have some paved road there). It survived without a hick-up.
The various media and internet options I don't bother with, but I suppose someone could use them. If all the iPhones were taken away maybe.
For its price (free for upgrade) and category, it's good value.
1 Star out of 5

LG TU330

Reviewed on Friday October 9, 2009 by , New Glasgow
The LG TU330 is nothign but shy of GARBAGE.
Don't waste your money on this phone.
Very cheaply made and very flimsy.
Rate is -100 out of +5

Poor Poor Phone

5 Stars out of 5

Cheap and cheerful

Reviewed on Sunday July 12, 2009 by , Toronto, Ont.
I recently purchased the Globus from Rogers on a hardware update. I am a big fan of LG phones because they are relatively simple and very reliable. I also own a year old LG VU. The only real difference between the two phones are the screen size-VU is bigger- and the touchscreen- also only on the VU. The Globus also lacks the virtual qwerty keyboard which was way too small for my fingers anyway. Globus is also tri band HSDPA, and can make and receive video calls.

All the other features are present on the Globus for a lot less money, Obviously it is a flip phone, not a candy bar, so it is smaller and lighter than the VU, and has a much faster UI. The Rogers version is push email capable using Rogers Mobilemail for Rogers, Yahoo and Windows Live. The internal display is very bright, the menus are logical and easy to negotiate, and the reception and sound quality are first rate

The Globus is touted as an entry level phone, but don't let its low price fool you. It has all the features of the VU for half the price, and although it may not be an Iphone or a Blackberry, its all that most normal people need in an everyday communication device.

Five out of five stars from me.