Written on: 14/05/2010
PHILIPS ONIS VOX 300
I have had this phone for quite sometime and can honesty say that I would not purchase the updated version to this one.
The rubber keys becomes less functionable over a period of time which causes difficulty when making a call as you have to press very hard and even then the keys are not always reliable.
The quality in my opinion is very poor and is too light weight which make it feel cheap.
Will give it some credit, navigating through the phone isn't too bad but the... (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2009
The Philips Onis 300 Vox TU5351 is the worst ever ...
Rubber buttons not easy to press and one of them stopped working after a month (read more)
Written on: 24/10/2008
Dodgy rubber buttons on my Philips Onis 300 Vox TU5351 become worse over time - you have to press some of them really hard then wait to see if it's worked or not. This makes dialling unreliable, as well as painfully slow, so i have come to dread calls including the robotic "enter your customer id, and password, and pin, and birthday, and sixteen digit card number, and number you first thought of". Pretty good in most respects for about a year, but now the troublesome buttons have made it... (read more)
Written on: 11/01/2005 by minutespeace (2 reviews written)
As the previous reviewer said, its not worth buying the Philips Onis 300 Vox TU5351 just for the SMS feature. You have to sign up to get a "big number". Friends then send their text to this big number, first making reference to your home number, then typing the message. Long winded, and big number doesn't tell you the price of the texts!
The handset screens are difficult to read at times. The text appears to float, and the shadow can become confusing.
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