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Nokia 1100 review

 Review: March 2004  

Last updated October 2005

Rating: 3 stars

In a nutshell: The Nokia 1100 is an entry-level phone, designed with simplicity and reliability in mind.


One nice feature of the 1100 is its silicon keypad - easy-to-use and non-slip. The sides of the phone are also made of a non-slip material, so overall the phone is nice to hold and physically easy to use.

The 1100 does come with a few gimmicky features, such as a torch, but Nokia has mostly stuck to basic features, so reliability and user-friendliness should follow. If you're looking for something exciting, look elsewhere, but if you want a basic phone with excellent battery life, the Nokia 1100 is a good choice. The new Nokia 1110 improves on the 1100 in a number of ways.

Nokia 1100 features include:

  • Black & white display with selectable font size
  • Phonebook with up to 250 names on SIM card and up to 50 in internal memory
  • Distribution lists and concatenated text (SMS) messaging
  • Picture Messaging
  • Predictive text input for most European languages, Arabic, and Hebrew
  • Date and time screensavers
  • Built-in alarm and reminders
  • Stopwatch and countdown timer
  • Full-size animated screensavers
  • Two built-in games (Snake II and Space Impact+)
  • Automatic keyguard lock
  • Keyguard lock with security code
  • Flashlight
  • Mono ringtones with composer
  • Speed dialing for up to 9 names
  • Vibration alert
  • Dual band
  • Weight: 86 g
  • Size: 106 mm x 46 mm x 20 mm
  • Talktime: Up to 2 - 4.5 hours
  • Standby: Up to 100 - 400 hours

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Reviewed by hafez abdul sathar from india on 12th Nov 2014
i really love it ,it is very handy, i am now in search of this,if REALLY.

Reviewed by Kat from Australia on 1st Aug 2014
Here's someone still using this phone in 2014 :) The battery still lasts for a week despite being 11 years old (although its power is not what it used to be). Countless falls and knocks had gone unnoticed, although twice I've had to resort to some screwdriver work - the screen went blank and I had to take half the phone apart to bend back a metal plate that pushes the screen to its contact plate.

The plug-in charger doesn't rely on plastic click-in parts and the fancy SIM-card slot makes SIM replacement easy - both good long-term use features that I appreciate greatly. Replacing a phone because the charger doesn't snap on anymore is patently ridiculous and I can barely take out the SIM card out of most newer phones - neither is a problem with Nokia 1100.

As for everyday functionality - it feels as nice in the hand, is still as fast and responsive, the high-constrast screen is as easily viewable in full daylight and the buttons press as separately (even in a bulky case by a butterfingers like me!) as the day I got it. All these features are non-existent in new mobile phones, alas. I guess it's time to get a new battery.

Reviewed by MyLittleEye from UK on 16th Sep 2013
I have a fancy smartphone but I specifically sought out a 1100 as a backup and so's to have a 'junkmail' PAYG mobile number to use with online companies that insist you relinquish your mobile number in order to register (No, I don't want marketing calls/sms thanks). So I thought I'll just get an old second hand classic for a tenner.

While the iconic 3310 has achieved cult status it's the subsequent 1100 that's really where it's at, being smaller, lighter and more energy efficient than it's now legendary predecessor.

The 1100 appeared in 2003 as smart-phones were emerging, however it was designed with the developing world in mind. The sealed up design protects against dust and dirt, and while I've seen its built in torch feature reviewed as gimmicky, one only has to experience a third world backstreet after dark to appreciate what a boon this can be.
Battery life is immense - potentially 16.7 days on standby... over TWO WEEKS!!
No surprise that this achieved the status of highest selling mobile phone, more than 250 Million units. Indeed it's presently mankind's most ubiquitous personal electrical device.
Perfect at what it it does!

Reviewed by hannahJones from UK on 13th May 2013

Reviewed by Marta from UK on 12th Aug 2012
This is a really brilliant phone if all you want is calls, SMS, maybe a few games and a clock/alarm/reminders. My 'proper' phone, a Samsung Galaxy Apollo, broke three weeks ago and I've been using the Nokia 1100 since then until I get round to fixing my Samsung. I find it a really great piece of design and the fact that it's simple, compact and has hardly any gimmicks is a real bonus for me. It took me back to a simpler time and I'd recommend it for anyone who's looking for a cheap does-the-job phone with a few games. Also, have a go at changing the ringtones - it infuriates my family but they're hilarious.

Reviewed by longlivenokia from Dominica on 17th May 2012
I love this phone my old phone broke awhile now and have been using the nokia 1100 ever since but then just yesterday day the screen broke ='( after so many years together . sigh i really wish there was a way i could put a new screen .

Reply by caroline from britain on 10th Nov 2012
You can buy the phones cheaply on line..

Reviewed by smythe from uk on 6th Mar 2012
My nokia lumia (brand new) just died on me. so i went to my trustworthy drawer full of old nokia's, every single one charged up fine, including the 3210!!! but i decided to go for the 1100 as it feels lovely in your hand. I have to admit its been wuite nice going back to basics, if only for a short while! But damn this phone was great for its day! great battery, got everything a phone should have, plus a torch for night time outdoor rolling. perfect!

Reviewed by Ame from Nepal on 29th Feb 2012
Guss what my father bought it when 5 years ago and it still fuctions fine( infat it good) ,its near to imposible to destroy this phone, its battery lasts for more than a week even today, where as my nokia 5130 drains out wid in 10_12 hous just by making 2_3 calls if ur the one who wants a simple strong(very very strong) and good battery backup , its ur phone no need to waste time just get 1 and fall in love wid it

Reviewed by mansoor from UK on 28th Nov 2011

Reviewed by bilawalshah from UK on 1st Nov 2011
its gr8 and nice

Reviewed by John from UK on 5th Aug 2011
I know this is six years later, but I just love this phone and wanted you all to know there's somebody out there still using this charm. I've used a number of higher quality phones (BlackBerry, other QWERTY phones) but I just keep coming back to the 1100. It's basic, functional, and does it's job as a phone. I mean, it's a phone. Calling and texting, that's it, you know? The UI is extremely responsive. Everything is literally instant with no load times at all. I'm big on instant performance on a phone interface. The battery is great. If I carry a few textual conversations every so often with a short (under 3min) phone call, the battery will last about a good solid week for me. I don't need an Android phone or anything, so this is the best thing for me. This thing is about 8 years old and it's still going strong. I just recently replaced the housing (new antenna with that) and faceplate so it's just like new.

Reviewed by Suresh from UK on 29th Jul 2011

Reviewed by JumpingJumping from UK on 25th Jul 2011
Still a fantastic phone! Still works in 2011, battery life hasn't degraded at all. Why ask for more?

Reviewed by Dr.Spice from UK on 17th May 2011
This Is A Very Tough Phone. I had forever loved it. Wish I had it again.

Reviewed by Mrs B Chatterjee from UK on 7th Apr 2011
My old friend had a Nokia 1100 and she loved it but it has died down only recently. She would like to have the same model new if I could get one. Please tell me where I could get a new Nokia 1100.

Reviewed by Aivaras from UK on 6th Mar 2011
The phone that does the job for years, however it has some break down features installed as well...

Reviewed by Warren Home from UK on 21st Feb 2011
Oh dear, there are some illiterate morons leaving their own 'reviews' of this phone (not: dis fone) and other similar ones. Firstly, can I say that these people might find it useful to learn to read and write before you attempt the stance of a reviewer, let alone attempt to navigate a piece of modern technology. I will attempt to post a review of the Nokia 1100, based on the facilities I was more than aware it had prior to purchasing it. I mean, why on earth buy a phone, which DOESN’T have a camera, a hi-fi system, or a microwave oven, and then slate it for NOT having them. Only a complete half-wit would buy a phone like this knowing it didn't have these gadgets and then say that it is rubbish because it doesn't have them. Anyway, whether you are a Luddite, a technophobe, a prudent buyer, someone who values dependability ahead of 'toys' or just someone over 30, the Nokia 1100 will not disappoint. It is extremely well built, very durable and despite its tiny footprint it is very simple and precise to navigate and has an outstanding battery life if all you do is make calls and answer it when it rings. No, it doesn’t have an array of pointless gadgetry and that is why the battery lasts so long, no MP3 and the likes to run it down, so if making and receiving calls is high on your essential requirements of a PHONE, then look no further. Thankfully, Nokia are more than aware that there is still a large number of consumers who value the basics of a mobile phone and still cater for these people, unlike virtually all of the other manufacturers. The 1100’s are discontinued now, but are still available as new old stock in some places, but they are plentiful in decent used condition and sell for peanuts. A word to the wise though, avoid buying ‘generic’ replacement batteries from places such as eBay, as they are truly awful and a false economy and I speak from experience having lost my original and bought 2 of them. Nokia continue to sell basic phones and all seem to be good, but the 1100 is an exceptional phone, despite what the clearly brain dead have said on this forum and has everything a phone should have and nothing that it shouldn’t.

Reviewed by shoaib from UK on 28th Nov 2010
ultimate phone

Reviewed by Anoop from UK on 10th Oct 2010
Simple and rugged phone. Mine fell from the first floor and came apart but when I put it back it worked. Again it got taken apart by the dog and got chewed up. I replaced the front cover and the batery and it worked. A motorbike ran over it and it still works. But it is outdated and cannot use it to register for banking services. Its good if all one does is make phone calls and basic messages.

Reviewed by fani from UK on 22nd Sep 2010
cool ph

Reviewed by Christie from UK on 9th Aug 2010
I've had this phone for years and it's all I've ever needed because I don't talk for hours at a time nor do I do much texting. Although I can text if I need to, it's a bit time consuming. Even though it's an older style phone, I love it and I'm looking around to see if I can get ahold of another one, preferably new, but used in good condition is workable. I like mine because it doesn't have alot of gadgets to learn or fiddle with and it's very simple. I don't need anything more than this...

Reviewed by jaci from UK on 26th Jul 2010
I have loved my phone for many years, I bought it 2nd hand for £20 but now the battery isnt holding its charge can I use my sim card in a new phone?

Reviewed by Sutap Chakraborty from UK on 12th Jul 2010
Using since May 2005 for nearly 5years. Its outstanding. No problem , none at all

Reviewed by khan from UK on 30th May 2010
"The Best"

Reviewed by richard from UK on 2nd May 2010
1100 has battery which lasts so long,its functions are easier than others.Richard from uganda

Reviewed by M Cole from UK on 3rd Feb 2010
My husband and I each have one of these and they are perfect. Easy to use, long battery life, no bells and whistles just a phone to make and receive calls and texts. There are assorted other features but the alarm clock is probably the most useful. Brilliant.

Reviewed by Sietse from UK on 7th Jan 2010
After three years of using this phone, I have only criticisms: (1) If the memory is too full to receive a text message, the phone gives a visual warning only: it doesn't ring or vibrate. This means that you may not learn that there's a message for you until several hours later. (2) The composer has no way to enter dotted lengths: 'e4. c8' must be entered as 'e4 e8 c8', and the difference is audible. For the rest I have nothing but praise: * Small phone, fits very nicely in the pocket. Noticeably smaller than the 3310 and its friends. * Large, easy-to-press buttons. * Rubber-mat keypad means no dust between the keys. * Excellent interface: Arrows for options, Select to select, Back for back. Even on the first day, I *never* got into a "which button should I press to escape?" situation. * Letters are large enough to read clearly, and also small enough to fit five lines on the screen. Well done, Nokia. * Sturdy: many drops, no breakages. It even survived submersion when I dropped it into the toilet while trying to get the butter off. (An long and amusing story that is not what you think. ;-) The point here is that the phone got better after a few days of drying.) * Little white LED torch in the top is very nice.

Reviewed by Ivi,UK from UK on 30th Oct 2009
An outstanding mobile-no needless extras,very fast response,quick sms writing,long talk time (mine last a week),torch (very useful),sturdy,perfect easy reading high contrast display-even in direct sunlight,as it is black-and-white,monophonic ringtones are excellent audible in every environment (you cannot miss a call).It's a pity they don't make it any more.

Reviewed by Sayid Alawsi from UK on 22nd Sep 2009
This phone is really good and especially love the snakes game. People prefer colour, but the mindless screen makes perfect sense. The phone might not look like the brand new ones, but the design fits through the ages and will keep fitting in for many years. It is not an embarresment to have this phone. Some say this phone will will stop working after a few months, well, people who buy the new ones, get embarressed of they have an old version, and this happens in like a month, making them want a new phone. The light comes so useful at times, really.

Reviewed by Izzy from UK on 9th Sep 2009
I LOVE this phone. If you're someone like me, who only wants to phone and text, this is such a great phone. And the torch has saved me so many times - finding keys / keyholes, reading instructions etc. Also, its seemingly indestructable, I have dropped mine hundreds of times, it splits into 3 parts, but as soon as you put it back together again - hey presto, it works!

Reviewed by s.chowdhury from UK on 1st Sep 2009
best model of basic phone of nokia

Reviewed by hachy from UK on 18th Aug 2009
it's not a bad little phone to be honest. i lost my old sony ericsson, so i had to use the nokia 1100 and apart from the obvious flaws.. it not having a camera, mp3 player, colour screen.. etc.. it's quite good. you can make calls and texts easily, and you can literally drop it from an aeroplane and i swear it won't break. i don't really miss my old phone that much, but i do think it's time for a new phone :)

Reviewed by joe from UK on 12th Aug 2009
nokia 1100 the best phone i've ever had.had it 5 yrs now and it's never let me down.easiest phone to use as well.

Reviewed by fati from UK on 1st Jul 2009

Reviewed by yuvi from UK on 24th Jun 2009
I didnt expect such a worst mobile from Nokia (a popular branded company)that within a weeks time of my purchase,the display screen became blank and my opinion about Nokia became bad and i suggest not to go for 1100.

Reviewed by hemanth from UK on 11th Jun 2009
perfect phone for a person who need it 4 calls n sms.... excellent design..simple...n light weight to carry..it recomended to every one

Reviewed by aaudley from UK on 10th Jun 2009
simple to use like me long standby time easy peasy 1100 pleasey.

Reviewed by Raja from UK on 11th Apr 2009
A wonderful phone.No fancy features,but a very reliable phone for heavy daily use. Loud speaker volume and loud ring tones.Dont have to worry about dropping it on the floor, as is quite unbreakable.No extra tensions about careful usage or losing it as is quite a cheap phone. I have a 02 PDA and a motorola vx9 but hardly use them as I constantly worry about damaging it, scratching it or misplacing it. In conclusion the best phone for busy office goers and phone users.Not to show off or discuss with friends.

Reviewed by Ashlaa from UK on 4th Apr 2009
I don't like this phone because it is not up to date and it really look cheap to please try harder nokia!!!!!!!

Reviewed by alen deloon from UK on 28th Mar 2009
it is very good for life taunk you

Reviewed by charan n m from UK on 24th Feb 2009
it is nice mobile and continue with production of these type mobile phone . it has good batter pack up

Reviewed by Pete from UK on 11th Feb 2009
I miss my 1100, it was cheap, reliable, and the battery lasted for weeks fully charged. This phone doesnt pretend to be fancy, flashy or fun, its prime function is communication, which it does exceedingly well. I paid £20 for mine, and I never had issues with signal, problems with functionality, it lasted me a good 18 months. If you are after something just to stay in touch with people, this is probably the best buy you will ever make.

Reviewed by James from UK on 8th Feb 2009
My first phone,great value though it lacks basic things.

Reviewed by hassan from UK on 8th Feb 2009
i m using it and it is very bad.it has nothing exept we can call.

Reviewed by Nauman from UK on 23rd Jan 2009
Its undoubtedly an awesome mobile phone. Its one of the best features is it battery timing and its silicon keypad.

Reviewed by Hey? from UK on 29th Dec 2008
well its ok if you'r looking for a phone without features if you want a camera buy one

Reviewed by Rex from UK on 10th Dec 2008
I bought this little phone cheap when I moved to the UK, because my previous phone was so old they couldn't undo the country lock on it LOL. £50 was the cost, but it came with £50 free airtime.. so the phone was technically free. I've had it almost 3 years now and it's still going strong. It's been dropped many times, suffered low temperatures in snowy weather and still it keeps on going. I have had a few unexplained power blackouts, where I've gone to open a viewed message and the phone has restarted, but in 3 years this has not happened a lot. It's light and a good size for all my pockets, even small ones. It's easy to use, and the battery life is excellent. I can go for several days without recharging when on holiday. Lastly, in terms of extra features, which aren't many on this very basic model, the flashlight comes in as one of the most useful features on any phone I've ever used. The beam is just strong enough to show me the footpath on completely dark streets or when I'm crossing the park in the winter months. I just love it!

Reviewed by Tudor from UK on 20th Nov 2008
Great piece of equipment. Fast response and will last you for more than a week. A real pleasure to hold in your hand. Very reliable. All you need in a phone.

Reviewed by Michael from UK on 14th Nov 2008
Still using my 1100 in Nov 2008. I wanted no frills, just calls and text on pay as you go. My wife and I have one each, one Vodafone, one O2 for coverage everywhere. After three years battery still lasts four days on standby. Great little phone for basic users like us.

Reviewed by bhutia from UK on 2nd Nov 2008
i have nokia 1110i and it is the must have phone if you are looking for basic phone functions and good battery life,sound quality is fair and the best feature is the ringtones

Reviewed by Daphtdazz from UK on 12th Aug 2008
This is a fantastic PHONE, with the emphasis on phone. That is what it does and it does it really well. However, the best thing about it is the torch, because I never carry a torch because I'm not a scout, but frequently need one. Also the interface is probably Nokia's best ever. Their first, roughly, and significantly better than the 1110 with its over gimmicky icons etc.

Reviewed by Claire from UK on 11th Aug 2008
I'm 14 years old and my more modern phone broke. We had this phone lying around the house being unused and so I had to use this. I thought I would be moning about it constantly but i was actually quite content with it and kept it and didn't ask for a new phone for my birthday.

Reviewed by hazza from UK on 14th Jul 2008
its brilliant for value and simple and easy to use. But most of all its kinda good lookin!!!

Reviewed by harry from UK on 15th Jun 2008
this phone's best feature is the torch and the non slip buttons. i live in uk and i bought this phone for 3 pounds and i am now using it for 6 years.

Reviewed by Ed from UK on 12th Jun 2008
I bought one of these in August 2005 and it has finally died. The microphone's stopped working, so people can't hear me talk. Everything else is still tickety-boo. It's been dropped in puddles and fished out in pieces, left on the roof of my car and painstakingly found by the side of the road later on, and it took it all without ever complaining. Now I'm looking at buying some fancy piece of rubbish that might give me 1 day's battery life. The golden age is over. Long live the 1100.

Reviewed by james from UK on 11th Jun 2008

Reviewed by iqbal from UK on 8th Jun 2008
The best standard Phone 2 have, purely 4 callin an txtin. Really great battery life one of the best ive seen. Ive gt 2 myself there nice an slik easy 2 use and extremely cheap.

Reviewed by harisa from UK on 19th May 2008
OH MY GOD!i used to have this phone when i was 10.please...what is more..this phone do not guarantee you a lot and it doesn not have any abilities to do anything!!No picture..when u are speakin is hearing rubish and ..my final view is that you should not keep it in the market any more!

Reviewed by boguns from UK on 16th May 2008
great phone works good for me are they unlocked tho

Reviewed by James J from UK on 24th Apr 2008
My favourite phone EVER! I wish I still had it and hadn't lost it.

Reviewed by Alistair Gilroy from UK on 4th Apr 2008
I got two of these phones - one each - but got lured away by a posh Samsung with all it's whistles & bells. After 6 months, I'm going back to the Nokia. On criticism - the ringer isn't load enough

Reviewed by eslam ragheb from UK on 25th Mar 2008
very very excellent

Reviewed by Jake from UK on 7th Mar 2008
The best phone I have ever owned. Has been dropped many times, still works fine. Battery life great, 2 weeks satndby, No worries at all. Great menu. Would recommend to anyone. Simple and efective

Reviewed by nick from UK on 24th Feb 2008
it sucks

Reviewed by satish sonavane from UK on 4th Feb 2008
Very good

Reviewed by j from UK on 2nd Feb 2008
good reliable fone

Reviewed by russian from UK on 24th Jan 2008
This phone is awesome. It's been working for 5 years for me and the only reason I'm here now because I've broken it. Looking for replacement, this time a little fancier, but still... Most frequently features are Flashlight and Alarm clock!

Reviewed by omkar from UK on 21st Jan 2008
outstanding... i am using 5610 now.. i had this fone... sexy slim... just not enough features... but perfect for a busy business man...

Reviewed by paul djuma from UK on 21st Jan 2008
it's very good.

Reviewed by phone guy from UK on 4th Jan 2008
This phone is just terrible. I mean, look at the state of the design! Oh well, I mean I suppose it's OK for someone that wants a phone just for calls and messaging, but still, you could do better than this.

Reviewed by Chris from UK on 3rd Jan 2008
Hah this phone serves its perpose for me extremelly well, i need it as a second line for business calls, where my first line has the camera and mp3 and bluetooth and whatnot, and the battery is a beast so this is exactly what i was looking for.

Reviewed by matt baird from UK on 29th Dec 2007
i've had this phone for three(3) years, and never had any problems with it. as far as reception goes, well, my wife and i were traveling to reno, and through the passes her expensive so called high tech motorolla could not get any reception, where as my 1100 had full bars. that should speak for itself. i can also go a full week on a charge, i work at an apartment complex and it sometimes rings off the hook. the tiny little flashlight is the reason i havn't replaced it. is there a nokia thats newer and just as good with a light? if so thats what i need.

Reviewed by Ross from UK on 27th Dec 2007
Top class phone. Basic but brill

Reviewed by kiki from UK on 23rd Dec 2007
i've had dis fone for over 2 yrs...n even though it lacks features, im ust say dat its a great fone...has excellent service...battery life...it fell from my window to the ground a couple of times and didnt even break!!! its great for sum1 who jus wants to receive and answer calls. ive upgraded to nokia 5300 which i must say is an excellent phone with great features!!! i absolutely love it!!

Reviewed by dale from UK on 20th Dec 2007
i had this phone as a standby phone i hate it, its usless compared to my sony ericsson w580i the only thing good about it is the torch

Reviewed by joselito from philippines from UK on 20th Dec 2007
perfect to use anywhere,any place. nice gadget for calls and text. small but terrible signal. thank you.

Reviewed by sharon from UK on 17th Dec 2007
Had this fone 4 years now got g600 wish i had nave changed the fone is simple like me perfect!

Reviewed by fabay2010 from UK on 6th Dec 2007
I LOVE Nokia product

Reviewed by sowjanya from UK on 4th Dec 2007
simple and simply super

Reviewed by me from UK on 30th Nov 2007
i love its my phone amazing

Reviewed by M from UK on 18th Nov 2007
I've had it for almost 4 years, it's an easy phone, but mine is a currently a wreck, it falls apart & I need to recharge the battery twice a day. My inbox is full all of the time so it doesn't have a lot of space. It's a handy phone, but not if you want luxury.

Reviewed by Nidge from UK on 8th Nov 2007
I've have the old type Nokia 1100 for two and a bit years. I'd like a camera phone, but this is so dependable I'm reluctant to trade up. Excellent basic phone.

Reviewed by DAVID from UK on 4th Oct 2007

Reviewed by Asaikarthik from UK on 25th Sep 2007
I am using 1108 for the Past one Year. Its so compact to use. I Have a query ! For the past two days my mobile gets restarted!

Reviewed by Nishant from UK on 18th Sep 2007
hey i love this phone ...... its outstanding . i wonder how many times how many times i have thorow this phone ... but no damange.... gr8 set a n series is fail against this phone ...today its been 4 years i have been using this phone .. and today itself its memory also last for 2 days wit a gr8 ease... i donot why NOKIA has stop its production .. i do not have any discrepacy in my mind why this phone is INDIAs LARGEST SELLING PHONE .....

Reviewed by S. hari from UK on 16th Sep 2007
I would like to share some of the special features of NOKIA-1100.It is nice to share the good features of the phone with everybody.

Reviewed by Purnesh from UK on 10th Sep 2007
Simply best mobile for the beginers.

Reviewed by Bob from UK on 23rd Aug 2007
hate it

Reviewed by Michelle from UK on 21st Aug 2007
For all those people that say this phone is horrible because it doesn't have all these wonderful features...did you read the box before you bought it? I needed a phone for when I was gone while the kids were in school in case there was an emergency. A phone is for calling people, not playing video games and downloading movies to. This phone works great for what it is supposed to be used for. If you want to do all that other stuff, then stay home and sit on your computer. You should be able to leave your house for a few minutes without needing to have all that stuff anyway.

Reviewed by NAUMAN from UK on 21st Aug 2007

Reviewed by Gordon from UK on 7th Aug 2007
Does what it says on the tin! PHONES

Reviewed by Jo from UK from UK on 7th Aug 2007
OMG! Our 14 month old boy put the phone in the washing machine, and even after a full cycle, spin and drying, and a day sitting ont he shelf, the phone still works!!! Brilliant!

Reviewed by bob from UK on 31st Jul 2007
bought off e-bay sim free after having numerous previous phones nicked due to their supposed desireability to the kiddy brigade - ew, it can play 50 cents at mega volume and annoy every one on the bus - or i can film my mates assaulting vagrants - congratulations muppets. an ipod is a better mp3 player, canon/fuji make better cameras and as for games, just grow up. hey guess what, my land line phone doesn't do any of the above either - its just a phone like this one - how refreshing.

Reviewed by gd from UK on 24th Jul 2007
love it. so simple. beautiful.

Reviewed by jam from UK on 24th Jul 2007
You will either love or hate this phone. If you want a camera, mp3, color screen and 10000 other pointless features then this is not the phone for you. On the other hand, if your main aim in buying a phone is for *shock horror!* MAKING PHONE CALLS, then you'll love it. The best features are probably the price (£20-25), size/weight (small and light without all those cameras and things), build quality (feels tough, big, comfortable to use keypad) and the battery life. It has the same battery as the higher spec nokia phones, but without all those extra gadgets to power, so it keeps going for ages without charging. The torch in the top is also suprisingly useful, like when you drop your keys in the dark.

Reviewed by Rick from UK on 14th Jul 2007
I've owned and traded many many models of cellphones over the past years and it always ends up that the simpler the cellphone, the better it is for me. A good cellphone should have one and only one practical feature: Reliability. That's where this Nokia 1100 stands out among its competitors. Remmber this folks: a cellphone was invented for calling and/or texting purposes. That's all... So, if you are looking for more bells and whistles, better just get a good compact Digital Camera, MP3 Player, Gameboy etc. I am often reminded of the lessons I've learned: KEEP IT SIMPLE. Sadly, the 1100 has been discontinued. By a stroke of luck, I was able to find a brand new one while shopping in a mall just a gew days ago. I never regret buying this handy little cellphone and I'm satisfied with its simplicity and dependability. God Bless.

Reviewed by Shezad from Blackburn from UK on 14th Jul 2007
excellent mobile phone with excellent battery life one of the best nokia phones out thank you nokia for a great phone

Reviewed by whoo from UK on 13th Jul 2007
this phone is brill beter than any amount of lg chocolates and v3i's

Reviewed by Wansamba Andrew from UK on 7th Jul 2007
its the best phone one can have

Reviewed by I from UK on 3rd Jul 2007
one thing to say, tis' the most selling phone in the world, sold over 2million units

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