Written on 12/19/2009 12:44:00 PM by poison_ivy
The Good: Dirt Cheap, only £20 at Vodafone or £7.95 over at dial-a-phone. You can't get any cheaper than that. For less than £20 you have a colored mobile phone with flashlight, FM radio and basic messaging and MMS. That's the most you can get out of this phone, it doesn't have a camera or an MP3 player and you can't even assign ringtones to your contacts. Call quality is average and the design is very basic.
The Bad: For a very basic phone you'd expect it to have a higher than average call quality but sadly, everything's average about this phone except the price. For long commutes you can listen to the radio or play with the three pre-installed games but that's it.
The Good: I chose the Nokia 2730 as the best choice for a midrange phone mainly because of one reason: 3G. The Nokia 2730 is the cheapest 3G phone you can find nowadays. Nokia also packed the 2730 with features such as 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth with A2DP, microSD and an FM radio. The Nokia 2730 also features a sleek design.