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About this product
- Product InformationCompact and stylish, the LG 300G phone is packed with all the basic features. This LG handset has a 1.5-inch color display that delivers images with bright colors. The LG 300G supports storage of 500 contact or entries and also allows grouping of contacts. This candybar phone is loaded with lots of useful applications like calendar, alarm, calculator, unit converter, world clock, stopwatch, and notepad. With SMS support on this LG handset, you can stay connected with your friends. This candybar phone features Bluetooth connectivity, facilitating short-range communication between compatible devices.
- TypeCellular Phone
- Network TechnologyGSM
- BandGSM 850/1900 (Dual Band)
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 150 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 252 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Color Depth12-bit (4096 colors)
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraNo
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Internet BrowserYes
- Weight2.01 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
- Phone Book Capacity (Numbers)500
Most relevant reviews
- rok73160Dec 30, 2012by
Great communication value in a no-contract phone.
Attractive and sturdy Net10 no-contract phone. Best deal for the money at only 10 cents a minute for calls and 5 cents a minute for texting. What a great deal! A "candybar" style phone with easy-to-understand features and options. It has even more features than I needed, and the ones that I did need (Voice Mail, Text, Call Waiting, Alarm Clock, etc) were easy to access and worked perfectly. This phone was incredibly easy to activate. All I had to do was open the package, plug in the phone with the wall charger which came with the phone in order to charge up the battery. It took only a few minutes to go on-line to the www.Net10.com website and basically just give my zipcode. Just that quick the phone was activated. The screen is full color and easy to read, and using the phone couldn't be simpler. This phone does NOT have all the little nuisance charges that I have found with some no-contract phones. Phone calls are always 10 cents a minute, no matter if it is long distance or local. I like that this phone doesn't have that "daily-use" charge that some other no-contract phones have. Sending or receiving a text message only costs a nickel. What a deal! It is easy to add minutes. Just buy a card ($20 for 200 minutes, $30 for 300 minutes, you get the idea!) and put in the pin-number right on the phone itself, and you are back in business. This is also the perfect vacation phone. Going across the country, just needed to activate the phone in the zip code where we vacationed and it is only 10 cents a minute to make calls while you are there, without charging lots of calls to the hotel bill. Terrific phone!Read full review
- twilightsbargin...Aug 20, 2012by
Average for a cheap phone.
In this age where Bluetooth, WiFi, touchscreen, mp3/video players, FM radio, GPS navigation, PDAs, memory expansion slots, voice recognition, web browsers, digital cameras, polyphonic ringtones, etc. are being incorporated into mobile phones, the LG 300 is a severely stripped-down phone that doesn't have ANY of the aforementioned features. It's just a bare-bones, no-frills phone that's reminiscent of the mobile phones in the 90's. Not surprisingly, then, the LG 300 is nothing to write home about.
But I will say this -- the LG 300 is sleek and one of the most compact and lightweight mobile phones I've seen. The battery life on standby time is about 4 days. I can't speak to its battery life on talk time because I've never had a long enough phone conversation to determine it. It uses a lithium ion battery so there won't be a problem with "memory effect."
If you need a basic cell phone for making an occasional call or for emergencies, this compact phone is a good deal and Net10 is a good service to go with:
For starters, for 30 bucks you get this phone PLUS 300 minutes. Since Net10 sells add-on 300 minutes in airtime for 30 bucks, you're in effect getting this phone for free.
At 10 cents per minute for local or long distance calls, the Net10 phone service is simply the best deal. Text messages cost only 5 cents to send or receive.
No Hidden Charges
No wireless contracts or penalties for early cancellation. No roaming charges. 10 cents per minutes, plain and simple.
If you buy more minutes before your old minutes expire, your old minutes will roll over and expire the same time as your new minutes. Minutes will keep rolling over for as long as add more minutes before your current minutes expire.
The airtime available for purchase come in 150, 300, and 180 minutes:
cost in dollars/airtime in minutes/expiration in days
3 Convenient Ways To Add Minutes
You can add minutes by:
1) buying Net10 phone cards
2) buying airtime through the Net10 Website
3) buying airtime directly from the LG 300 phone.
To buy airtime directly from the phone, you are required to set up a PIN at the Net10 Website. You will be asked for this PIN whenever you add airtime through your phone.
Net10 reportedly uses both AT&T (formerly Cingular) and T-Mobile networks. Most of the time, I have no problems with coverage in my area, although I do get dropped calls every now and then.
Net10 could definitely use some work on their customer service. I had to call customer service on at least a couple of occasions for (1) minutes failing to appear on my phone after I've purchased airtime and (2) problem transferring my phone number from an old phone to a new phone. It took about half an hour for them to credit me for my minutes and almost an hour to get my number transferred to my new phone. Part of the problem is _communication_ with the operators. It was a little frustrating getting them to *listen* and *understand* the issues I was trying to explain to them. But I will say that at the very least their operators are courteous.
If you can get past their customer service - well - Net10 offers very competitive rates. Hopefully you won't have to deal with their tech support, ever. Many of the support you need is automated on the Web.Read full review
- weldonisDec 16, 2012by
Great little phone!
This is a great deal on a nice little phone. Free Minutes. You get the phone free! It is small compact and easy to use.
- rckarelJan 06, 2013by
Easy starter phone for young or old?
Very easy to use basic phone. Excellent value for the money! Reliable and durable as all LG phones are!
- 206020724@delet...Dec 10, 2012by
Perfect value for the money! Perfect for a first phone, or elderly.
I was looking for a "basic" phone for my elderly mother, and this fit the bill better than I expected. This also would be a great phone for a "first phone" for a teen, or child. My Mother did not need a phone with all of the features that mine has. It is far to confusing for her, and this one is much easier to explain to her, and help her to use.