|*GOOD* LG C1300 Silver Dualband GSM Messaging Java Color Flip AT&T Cell Phone|
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|LG C1300 Cingular at&t Cell Phone 1300 FAIR TO GOOD Condition - 431041|
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|Sleek and unique, the C1300 from LG offers the perfect combination of style and innovation. You'll have a hard time deciding what is most attractive about the C1300: its good looks, high-end features, or affordable price.|
|Band||GSM 850/1900 (Dual Band)|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||740 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 204 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 240 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Display Resolution||128 x 128 pixels|
|Color Depth||16-bit (65000 colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Not having owned any other "smart" (or at least not developmentally disabled) phones, I have to make the disclaimer that I'm not the most well-informed bloke on this matter. I've been told this phone is the gateway drug to the iPhone, and I have to say I do look forward to having one of those, since I'm yoked to AT&T for approximately forever and the Droid thus escapes my reach.
As for the LG I do like the full touch-screen keyboard and the multiplicity of punctuation marks & other symbols. As an actual telephone, it seems to work okay. Who can tell if the dropped calls are more the phone's or the network's fault? I didn't opt for a data plan (saving as I am my virginity for the above-mentioned iPhone), but that doesn't keep the phone from being all bored just sitting in the dark in my pants pocket and spontaneously taking me online and running up extra charges. I could just lock out the "data" option, but then you see I wouldn't be able to send or receive photos with my texts. Who can live like that? A tech support guy took me through the 3-step process to lock the phone to avoid spontaneous online forays and sudden trips to the TV shows that I could if I wanted to shell out more for. But three steps? Really? Don't they know who they're dealing with?
But there's something else you should know. I bought me a Pioneer car stereo from my LOCAL INDEPENDENT dealer--NOT a corporate big box place, thank you very much. I opted for hands-free Bluetooth so I could comply with Cal. state law when I talk on my LG phone. It worked okay for a short spell, then intermittently, and finally not at all. So I went back to see the car stereo guy Al--HIM I would recommend, no sweat. And he spent an HOUR-AND-A-HALF trying to sync up the LG to the Bluetooth--no dice. He talked to the secret tech support guy for dealers from Bluetooth--you know, kind of like when a doctor talks to the radiologist. And you know what he found out? That the LG can't really support Bluetooth on the Pioneer car stereo! Which means I paid a bunch extra for Bluetooth capacity on the stereo and I can't use it! Thanks a lot, LG
This phone, I fell in love as soon as the usps found my package that was lost on another truck, causing it to be two days late, and leaving false information on the online tracking, making me pissed off to just go pick up the thing from the office, which is ridiculous because I swear I ordered an express shipping....
Poor choice in mail carriers aside
I LOVE THIS PHONE!!!
It's a small silver little cutie, I think it is just a wonderful thing to have. Best 15 dollars I've ever spent.
I myself am a BlackBerry user, but I was really looking for a simple flip phone, I'm so sick of all these new phones, we transgressed through bar phones, to flip phones, back to bar phones because they have touch screens or slide out keyboards. So I was finally happy to have a flip phone of my own, considering that was a GOOD evolution in technology, that went backwards.
Nice things about this phone - Small, yet not too small, but compact than I originally thought - Mirror on the front, because we all secretly use our even newer phones for a mirror, this one actually has a mirror with a LED indicator beneath it, I think it's amazing - CELL PHONE CHARM SLOT, these have been lost in the new bar phones, and the ones that have it, don't show it off as nice as a flip phone, can't wait to put one on.
Few cons - Though you can't expect much from this old technology lost in the sea of smart phones - No Camera, though I didn't take that many photos with my phone anyways, it was a nice feature, though it would ruin the elegance of this phone - Ugly head phone jack cover, it's like a putrid brown on a nice silver phone, must of been the only color they had left, though it doesn't stand out too much - NO mini sd slot, but like i said, old technology, so I didn't expect it, although it does have MMS, you can only send the silly backgrounds that come with the phone, though you could text from a phone with a camera~
Overall, if you're looking for a simple phone for a backup phone, I would highly recommend it, I love it's old (i say this yet it is hardly a few years old) technology, and it's cute size. It isn't the smartest flip phone, but it's not a terrible phone, I love it, and I've only had it for 3 hours.
I bougth this LG C1300 (A&T) for my mother. She was checking on some phone and liked it features and how perfect sizw for carrying in pocket. I 'd recommend the phone if you're on a budget.
Well, was very dissapointed to see that the phone stopped working almost immediately. This was first time i got ripped off on ebay
i love the fact that the phone was so reasonably priced also that it is a recognized brand (LG)ALTHOUGH USED works perfectly all features are intact will definitely buy again