Motorola C333


August 2003


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5

Fast Replacement from Rogers

Reviewed on Thursday July 8, 2004 by , Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
I called Rogers on Tuesday July 6 just to see what my options were to replace this horrible phone. I wasn't sure if I was elegible for an upgrade, since I've owned my phone for only a year. They didn't ask any questions, just sent me a motorola c370. All I had to do was agree to a 2 year contract, which for me wasn't a problem, since I've been a customer since 1996. I got the new phone today, July 8. So, anyone who's having problems with the c333, just call Rogers. No hassle, just a new phone sent quickly that hopefully works properly.
2 Stars out of 5

everything is wrong with this phone

Reviewed on Monday June 14, 2004 by , toronto, ontario
The battery life sucks: less than a day on a full charge.
The reception is garbage, especially with low battery.
The earpiece volume is toooo low, even on the highest setting.
The ringer volume is way tooo low, even on the highest setting.
The operating software is very easy and user friendly. This i like.
But as you can see, the cons outweigh the pros.
1 Star out of 5

Don't even think about it!

Reviewed on Thursday May 27, 2004 by , Toronto Ont.
Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad phone. Go to your room!
1 Star out of 5

C333 stories.

Reviewed on Friday April 23, 2004 by , Ottawa, Ontario
I cannot help but wonder at the people who blame the service provider for a hardware issue. If you purchased your TV at Rogers Cable store because we had some Sony's and a Panasonic on display, would you call them because the TV was having problems? Yes, you can return a product to a store if it doesnt work, within their return limit - regardless of the problems no company will just give out a new phone. Rogers does not stock any parts for these phones, they dont warranty them and cannot magically fix them. I have dealt with a large number of people who say "Telus will just hand me a new phone if mine doesnt work" or "Bell doesnt tell me to go talk to Motorola" Which is just simply a load. Yes, the phone has issues, and quite bluntly it sucks. Nobody put a gun to your head and forced you to get that phone. Nobody told you to buy a phone you knew nothing about because it's small and cute and shiny. Think of it as a life lesson like buying a car without looking around because it "Looks good and the dealer said it was good" and then finding out it's a lemon. You wouldnt do that. I suppose the other thing is, if you truly expected a $0 phone to be perfect (yes, better then this should have been expected) I have a bridge to sell.