Hard to beat free.
I was thinking of getting the orange san Francisco 2
could anyone please suggest some other phones?
I'm willing to go a littttlle over 100 of course.
So I can't shop for you.
The review was very good and given what I like about Android phones this will do the tricks most want from the android phones.
If you want another 100 dollar pay as you go phone, you look at the pay as you go providers and see what they offer. I can't do that for you today but what you noted is very nice.
Change the search to match your local.
Sorry the only credit card I hand out is Russian. More of a joke if you know Russian jokes.
i can get imported stuff but im pretty sure that means the plan is useless so as long as i go for pay as you go phone i should be able to get a lot of types of phones, and ive done plenty of research.
this is my last step, i just want a list of phones people consider to be awesome at below 100 dollars.
unless orange is widely considered the absolute best at its price range,
lol tell me what to think, a phone isn't that important to me, i just need a nice good working phone, i like games and cool apps, i have my ipod touch 4g for that.
as long as my new phone looks cool, works fast, and makes calls im happy. android is a plus as well, but i would still like to know all of the good options. I dont need THEE best.
You say you've done your research- Then why are you asking here?
It's difficult to make phone recommendations when you aren't particular specific to your situation. For example, do a detailed bullet point list of features you know of which you can and cannot live without. Tell us which UK providers you are looking at, etc. Outside of that, if you have 'done your research' you would already know that finding a phone for someone (flying blind, basically) isn't the easiest thing since we aren't mind readers ;).
Hint: there are UK based mobile phone discussions forums for what you desire
as ive said a phone isnt important to me, i just want to know the most popular phones under 100 dollars.
all i want, is for it to looks good, runs smooth and makes calls, which i assume the most popular near 100 dollorrs will do.
im shocked at how difficult getting my simple question answered is.
just because those are the most important thing to me doesnt mean i still don't want to ask, what i thought was a simple question and get the best nice phone according to the masses.
thats all ive been asking for from the start, I WANT THE BEST PHONE 100 DOLLARS CAN BUY.
do i have to repeat my self 10000 times? if you have nothing helpful to say then go away.
You didn't tell what "best" means for you. So let me only sketch a procedure:
1. Find ALL pay-as-you-go-phones offered under the conditions you prefer (unlocked, locked to Orange for a year, whatever)
2. Find a review site. Some are independent (like CNET), some shops however, also have a review option for their customers.
3. Find the reviews for all phones you found. Most result in one figure, say 8.6 on a 1 to 10 scale.
4. Pick the one with the highest score. That's the best.
5. Check the results with another review site. It's not unlikely that will find another phone best.
6. Now of those 2 pick the one you like most.
i did say what the best to me is
qoute: i just want to know the most popular phones under 100 dollars.
let me simplify this.
I want to go with the crowd, i want the best selling or best reviewed or top 10 best phones under 100 dollars.. i just used a new keyword in google and i came up with the samsung galaxy y, i just need a quality cheap phone.
last time i bought what i thought was a good phone for 200 dollars and it was the worst piece i have ever seen.
thanx for your help tho
I told above how to find the best reviewed available for you.
The best sold, of course, is dependent on actual sales. A marketing research company might be able to provide you with recent statistics about the sale of all models (either globally or more local), so you can buy the the most popular one. There might even be some publicly available recent data, but I didn't search for it.
By the way, "best selling", "best reviewed" and "best" might very well give different results, especially if you limit yourself to pay-as-you-phones subsidised by Orange.
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