Telstra T100 mobile phone

Telstra T100 review: A $49 prepaid Next G mobile phone that is relatively straightforward to use

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  • Expert Rating

    2.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.00 / 5 (of 5 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 49.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Beccy

3.5

1

Pros
Cheap, easy to navigate
Cons
Sounds
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Easy to text with

Fiona

5.0

2

Pros
Battery Life lasts longer
Cons
Clicking sound when using keypad
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I have the same phone but in pink, and I've found the battery life to be excellent.. I have noticed that when I send text messages that there's a small clicking sound when using the keypad..

JG

5.0

3

Pros
bluetooth internet to PC, fairly good rural coverage (Condamine, QLD), cheap.
Cons
Answer and hang-up keys are small
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I am stoked, I got this phone in the hopes it would pick up a signal in the isolated areas I work in (and would accept an aerial in the most remote areas) and would send the 3G connection via Bluetooth to my PC so I can connect to the internet without cables. It does all of that.....for $49! Totally stoked. NB: to do this you must change the 'PC Connection' setting within the phone from 'USB to Bluetooth', and on your computer (if using Windows 7) after connecting to the phone via Bluetooth - right click on your phone in 'Devices and Printers',go to 'Properties', 'Services' and make sure 'Dial up Networking (DUN)' is ticked. You should then have the option to connect to the internet through it. I would, and have, paid far more than $49 for a phone that does this.

sean anderson

3.5

4

Pros
apps
Cons
screen
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i really like what is in the phone email,tv,multimedia etc But the problem is with the screen.This is the second t100 i have bought and they both had broken screens within first two weeks of owning them simply bye putting them in pocket.If something could be done about this it would have an excellent rating

wm

4.0

5

Pros
value value for its capabilities
Cons
answer are keys small
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great value

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