Written on: 26/03/2008
Nokia 1112 keypad is very very charming, easy to press and very simple to use. its battery is nice. sound is clear.I t has very low ringing tone or message alert tone. it has very small capacity to store messages in inbox, sent items and in drafts folder. Tere must be a suitable amount of storing messages in this mobile. this mobile must have recording like other mobiles. (read more)
Written on: 31/12/2007 by zaphod987 (13 reviews written)
It's a great no-frills phone, I downgraded from contract to PAYG on Tesco no-frills, and after realising that I didn't use my camera, and only rarely received picture messages I decided to go for something simple and with a stupidly long battery life (after initial charge it was 9 days before I had to charge it again). It's also a Nokia, so the text messaging system is almost instinctive and it ease of use. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2007
I've had this Nokia 1112 for almost over a year now. The battery life and the reception are excellent. It's a great little phone and it does what it is needed for. (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2007 by insaneaxeman (2 reviews written)
How can you not like a mobile that actually does what it is intended for.
Basic is good, £20 on Tesco cheap too.
Tried a Motorola F3 for a week (basic phone to) It doesn't even come close to this.
If you talk and text and want a good reliable mobile buy this.
I have a Sony Ericsson K810i all singing all dancing, will be going on eBay. Battery on this Nokia 1112 lasts for about 2 days of talk time, shows a signal when there is none, no more big price phones for me. (read more)
Written on: 15/02/2007 by haddock26 (20 reviews written)
I have two phones, and so my second phone doesn't have to be very exciting. I got this because "it gets the job done". It calls and texts. I say that it has no bad points because if you are thinking of buying this, you will know that this a bit retro by not having a colour screen, camera, bluetooth, infrared, wap, etc. So by not having these features is not really a bad point as it is an entry level (budget) phone. And for just £20 on Virgin, you cant go wrong!
In the box was just the sim... (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2007 by Helen of Troy (188 reviews written)
I have just 'upgraded' if you can call it that, from a Nokia 1100 to this latest cheap and cheerful no frills mobile phone. As usual, Nokia is so simple to use I did not even have to read the instructions. There is a Demo mode in the phone itself if you do forget anything too.
The design is a little similar to the 1100, but they have improved a bit on its' appearance, it doesn't look quite as 'cheap' looking! I would not knock the little 1100 at all, it's been a great phone and I will... (read more)
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