Written on: 09/09/2010
The lack of useage for the internet is amazing whilst the phone is good value for money not being able to process simple networking sites is terrible no bebo no myspace really let down, i am wondering if they o2 even gave a thought to the new features like social networking, proberly not, but still you get what you pay for i suppose. (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2006 by Dxer (1 review written)
The O2 X1B is a good value mobile phone which I bought at an O2 shop which gave me £20 credit free. If you want more than a basic moblie you should consider something else. Compared to my previous mobile it has loads more features. A satisfied customer (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2006 by genisis
The O2 X1B mobile phone is very good when being used. It has great reception, good quality of network, and a fairly good camera, although it is hard to access bluetooth, and it does not have a lot of memory. (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2006 by adawn
We had 2 identical O2 X1B mobile phones that were bought at the same time. After 5 months, for no apparent reason, the screens on both cracked in exactly the same place. Has this happened to anyone else? (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2006 by rustyhull (1 review written)
As the owner of an O2 X1B mobile phone which is used mainly for business voice calls, I have found this handset very reliable, and the reception quality is far better than my previous Nokia - indeed it will even work inside my local supermarket where the Nokia fails.
No beating about the bush - this is a basic phone that does 'exactly what it says on the box'. If you want an MP3 player and excellent digital camera then it's not for you. If you want to make and receive calls and text, then... (read more)
Written on: 19/07/2005 by jaythambiah (2 reviews written)
When O2 launched the all new O2 X1b with bluetooth and triband I thought they had finally cracked it but the it could not be further from the truth. This is the new successor to the old X1i and is retailed at £59.99 the "b" in the name X1b, I guess to mean "black" as the new handset is of a black hue. The list of let downs is almost endless, and where do I start?
Bluetooth cannot send or receive any files, contacts, etc. It can only work the headset. Although it is a 65K colour screen it... (read more)