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Motorola V300 Yae or Nae

I'm thinking about purchasing this phone with a 3 year plan... any recomondations I'd appreciate any feedback. Thankyou.

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Re: Motorola V300 Yae or Nae

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I did the same - motorola V300 and 3 year plan from Rogers (700 minutes, phone and accessories for free). I do not have any major complains about the phone, it is pleasantly designed, voice recognition is working excellent, camera is quite decent, batteries last long and overall it is a pleasant thing to use. A few times (during weekend) I missed a number of calls (I am sure I was in the service area). The phone did not ring, and did not notify me about the missed calls. I have no idea what this was related to, on everyday basis it seems to work fine, so i t was probably a network problem.

Oveall, decent phone, question is whether it is worth its money - I would not spend it if it was not offered free.

take care

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It's a piece of crap. Probably the least reliable flipphone Motorola made. I work for a major provider and we have so many warranty exchanges w/ the V300s that on a few occasions they've been backordered. Then they aren't malfunctioning, then they work very well. If going to a flipphone try a Samsung. And the Siemen's CF62f is low priced, but dissappointedly slow.

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