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- TypeCellular Phone
- Storage Capacity8MB
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X / AMPS
- BandCDMA2000 1X 1900/800 / AMPS 800
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 208 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 165 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraNo
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserNo
- Height3.15 in.
- Depth0.91 in.
- Width1.81 in.
- Weight2.82 oz
- Antenna TypeExternal
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- jojogrinsJan 05, 2016by
was not a Verizon phone at all. it was a sprint phone
I ordered this phone because it was advertised as a Verizon phone for my mother in law. however when we tried to activate the phone- we learned it was a sprint phone. Had to order another phone from someone else and send this phone back. I sent it back and still haven't received my money yet. Not happy at all with this purchase. I just want what I ordered and not a bunch of drama.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- 2silenceAug 05, 2010by
basic, simple, decent inexpensive phone
i received this phone in a timely manner when i was in desparate need for it as my old phone had been stolen. this is a pretty basic, decent looking flip phone which can fit easily in a small hand bag or even in a jeans pocket. the best thing about this flip phone is that u cannot dial any number accidentaly because it closes it closes its flap. i like the "silent all" feature of this phone which means that it wont even vibrate when somebody calls or text messages you if thats what u want at a certain time. its better than the annoying vibration sounds of certain phones. another feature that i like bout this phone is the speaker option; if you want to use that when u need to be hands free. although i miss the camera option as it does not have that. but i can live without that for sometime. its small , its not bulky but its not completely sleek either. for its price its a good working cell phone! Read full review
- cell-tech2uJun 02, 2009by
LG VX3300 (Verizon Wireless)
The LG VX3300 has long been an entry level work-horse for the Verizon line of phones. Despite the fact that they have not been produced for years, their abundance in the market place is a testament to their durability. Here are our pro’s and con’s, based upon our experience. Pros: Lightweight and compact, with good sound and eye appeal. A sturdy hinge and antenna attachment keeps this phone in one piece, even with abuse. The faceplates are also an easy switch out, for those who choose to give their phone a newer appearance. There are numerous Ringtones and wallpaper available and texting is without issue. Cons: Like many phones, viewing in the sunlight can be a struggle. And, like most entry level phones, there is no camera. Also absent is an external caller-ID screen. The battery, like all phones that use the “marine blue” model does not have an impressive life. Read full review
- teddy1977Aug 13, 2012by
Simple compact phone
Phone was for my mother, she needed a replacement and this was an excellent choice! Very easy to use and very compact. My mother loved the fact that it was simple. It was a breeze switching phones. A very good buy!
- tphgalDec 26, 2009by
Love, love, love this phone! ! !
Ruined my VX3200 by taking off the covers. Found the VX3300 online and knew it had all the same features as the 3200 but you could interchange covers by popping them off with no trouble at all. THE BEST FEATURE, FOR ME, IS THAT YOU CAN PROGRAM THE PHONE TO SAY "NAME PLEASE" AS SOON AS YOU FLIP IT OPEN! This is something that I must have! If you wear reading glasses, like I do, it's impossible to find the button on the newer phones that you have to press before you can voice dial! ! ! Try it at night while you're in the car--it's just too easy to hit the wrong button and end up wasting time and getting toooooo aggrevated. Wish they'd return this feature back to the new phones! Sure sometimes it doesn't always recognize the name I'm asking for but I've learned to just flip it closed and then back open again. I speak a little clearer and louder and it usually works the second time. Now, you can't have the radio blasting or kids yelling or dogs barking because it confuses the phone and can't recognize YOUR voice but that's ok with me. Just the convenience of flipping it open, hearing "Name Please" and then telling it who I want is the best thing about this phone. I've told so many of my friends that have the same problem w/the new phones to try this one (if they can get it) and see what a difference it makes. Google the Model # and you'll find all the other features it has since I didn't list them. I talk on it when necessary and people can reach me wherever I am. I don't use a headset. I don't text(not that I can't). I don't need all that extra stuff. Just ease of use when I need it. I'm not the type that has to have it glued to my ear for lack of anything better to do. It's a great little phone and I recommend it to everyone! Read full review
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