Written on: 22/03/2013 by Funforus (2 reviews written)
OK, so I use a smartphone in the UK but I work a lot in out of the way rural places in countries without much cover. This phone still rocks, battery lasts forever and the antenna picks up signals when a modern phone registers nothing. One really really good feature is its little flashing light when a call is missed . . . makes it easy to find it when it's mislaid around the house. If you need a phone for the the places where the wild things are then look for one of these second hand, you... (read more)
Written on: 07/05/2009 by marilynd
The Motorola CD930 was very efficient. the problem was that it was a bit bulky and heavy due to the battery which was made of lithium. (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2007 by gabto (1 review written)
I purchased my CD930 about 8 years ago and it has not let me down once, I still have the same battery in it from day one, when I am down the pub with my mates they have to go outside to get a decent signal on the new fancy phones they have got, I can take and make calls without moving which is great. Motorola, please keep on making this model as when my CD930 does give, I will purchase another one. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2002 by The Doctor.
Picked this Motorola cd930 mobile phone up from Carphone Warehouse in January 2001 for £9.99 (should have been £19.99 but traded my old PAYG phone in).
Picked the phone because it was on BT Cellnet who have v.cheap call rates (you can't argue with 2p per minute at weekends).
Excellent value for money; the voice recorder came in very handy and it was very easy to navigate.
The only downside was the lack of tunes for ringtones and when you got a text you saw the number but not the name, even... (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2002 by blurry (hangover!!!).
When i got my mobile phone my mom made me choose between a motorola cd930 and a nokia 3210; i chose the motorola but after a while (about 2 years) i bought a nokia. Now i've gone back to using my good old motorola again because of all the problems i had with the nokia. i only wish it wouldn't be so darn complicated to find something.. and my fingers hurt from the hard buttons.
Anyway, it's a really great phone - BUY ONE JUST DO IT!! (read more)
Written on: 16/02/2002 by uh huh.
hmmmm, the motorola cd930 phone is generally great, just a few minor hitches with the battery! (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2001 by MeanEYE.
This is a great phone with good characteristics and extremely big on quality of reception. This phone can reach the signal where other's can't and you can talk without any distraction during low signal as long as you have at least one dice! (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2001 by Eek.
Very good and practical mobile phone. You can always rely on it! (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2001 by RIchard.
The Motorola cd930e is a GREAT phone. It has easy to use functions, although it could bit a little smaller. (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2001 by angel.
for an overall review i think the Motorola cd930 is a great phone and evry1 should ave 1!!! its great value for money and very easy to use and also has shortcut menus too. (read more)
Written on: 06/05/2001 by Porky Pork.
Motorola really shows its thoughtlessness with this sad product from the end of the nineties. Clearly the design team failed to appreciate the need for the most basic end-to-end functional design -- "obviously"-needed functions are completely missing from the handset. For example, one cannot access the phone book while sending an SMS, so first one has to write down the receiver's number on a piece of paper, then compose the SMS, then reenter the number. Nor can one "reply" to an SMS: the... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2001 by Ammo.
good reception and a decent size. i bought this phone for £20.00 in a christmas sale. you cannot find good accessories for it. It does not have games, composer or internet. (read more)
Written on: 23/03/2001 by jon hamler.
I got this for 29.99 on BT cellnet pay as you go. Never had any problems with it. I really like my cd930! (read more)
Written on: 11/01/2001 by Dino.
For it's money this is a quiet a good phone, has some very good features (see above), but has some very irritating drawbacks; if you want to send a message, you have first look in the phonebook, try to remember someone's number or you can write it on a piece of paper, then compose your text and them send it by using someone's phone number. Received messages don't have a caller ID, so if you want to know who sent it, you have to check your phonebook (mine contains about 80 numbers so it can... (read more)
Written on: 08/12/2000 by Martin.
I part exchanged a c12 for £15 and got this for £14.99 brand new from carphone warehouse. It is on new cellnet pay and go which is best prepay package on market, offering calls from just 2p! just ahead of orange. I wanted to get one of these for some time as it is 2 years old and will not be in production for too much longer. This fone is £79.99 on orange in some web shops. Not widely available although Morrisons are selling them for £29.99 on Orange which is excellent value. Only other... (read more)
Written on: 28/08/2000 by stefan eysermans.
I use this gsm about 6 months and it is good. It was good price for the things you get (no memory leaking battery, voice note,large screen). This is no miss buy (sorry my english is not that good)
Written on: 23/07/2000 by Dan.
I like my cd930, - it's a bit different. Tough and solid, but not sympathetic when you're trying to connect other devices to it. But funky. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2000 by Andy Bray.
Looks good - feels good - performance is good and so is the functionality. This phone does just about everything you would expect of a mobile and a couple of extras (such as 3 minutes worth of VoiceNotes) - and it even has a little style as well - cool phone. But God help you if you have any problems with it!!! When the phone is working it is excellent, but if it develops a fault (and you haven't got insurance from your network) you have to deal with customer services. You may require... (read more)