Motorola V180

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User Reviews:


February 2005


  • Quad-band phone
  • Colour screen
  • Handsfree speaker
  • MP3 ringtones


Latest Reviews

4 Stars out of 5

It's better to have loved and lost...

Reviewed on Wednesday July 12, 2006 by , Toronto, ON
I've had this phone for almost 2 years. When I bought it, it was great. Now, it's still great... but is slowly giving up on me. I've had problems with the phone display not working in the past, but the most common issue is that when the phone is set to Vibrate, and a call comes in, the phone will continue to vibrate through the call, and after the call, and not stop vibrating. You need to actually turn the phone off to make it stop.

The other difficulty with this phone is regarding it's signal strength; it is very weak in some locations where other phones have no problem.

The plusses of this phone; it has some great features (voice record), a beautiful display, easy to use interface, and is very sleek and cute looking. I have enjoyed it, but it is time to move on... :)
2 Stars out of 5

Nobody Could Hear Me

Reviewed on Sunday July 31, 2005 by , Montreal
I've had the v180 since the end of May. The first month I had this phone it work great, but since then I've had nothing but problems. The microphone just gradually stop working, I could hear anyone who called me but they could not hear me. I brought my phone to Fido and instead of replacing the phone they fixed it. Less than 2 weeks later I'm having the same issues with the phone again. Because of the microphone issues I suggust to anyone out there who is thinking about getting this phone is to stay away.
3 Stars out of 5

This phone is recommended for outdoor use only.

Reviewed on Saturday July 30, 2005 by , Austen, Texas
I am a staff worker in a high-rise building and the signal fades in and out. It is embarrasing that my co-workers, who have LG and Nokia's can talk while within (the middle of the building--- not the hallways, nor lobby.) My stupid Moto V180 sucks 'cause I lose the signal in the building. Other than that, it is pretty al-right.

There should be sites where they review a 'cell' for: practicality. A site that tells of real life stuff, and not statistical bs.