Very BASIC phone
Reviewed on Monday August 30, 2004 by Frederic, Laval, Quebec
The TDMA network is getting more and more pushed aside to make way for GSM, so if someone is looking for a phone on a new contract would be well advised to stay away from that phone! The only reason a customer would want that phone is if he travels a lot to the United States, where TDMA coverage is still the strongest.
As for the phone itself, its a nice little phone, really basic features-wise. You don't have polyphonic ringtones (its still those anoying high-pitched tones), but at least you get a vibrate mode. The menus are what to expect from Nokia, easy and straight to the point. All-in-all, this model is an upgraded 3360, but without the Infra-red (has anyone REALLY used that feature on that old phone??).
So if you're on the market for an entry-level phone, pick your choice carefully.