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LG 300G Prepaid Telephone (Net10) with 300 Minutes Included

LG 300G Prepaid Phone (Net10) with 300 Minutes Included

* Includes 300 minutes and 60 days of service
* Single price for each contact: local, roaming and nationwide extended distance integrated
* International calls to more than 60 destinations for an further five cents per minute
* Text messaging lets you preserve the conversation going when you can’t speak
* Handsfree speakerphone offers you the freedom to chat even when you have other things going on
* 24 polyphonic ringtones let you pick the melodies you hear when you have incoming callsThe best complement to Tracfone prepaid wireless service, the slim candybar-style LG 300G delivers an cost-effective way to remain in touch with loved ones and friends across town and about the globe by means of voice communication and text messaging. With Net10 you get a single rate for every single call–ten cents a minute–no matter whether it really is nearby, lengthy distance or roaming. This telephone features a color LCD screen, handsfree speakerphone, many organizer tools like scheduler and world clock, a phonebook with up to 500 entries, and up to 7 hours of speak time.

Net10 Service
The Net10 spend-as-you-go wireless service offers all nearby, long distance and roaming calls at one particular low price of 10 cents per minute. All Net10 prepaid wireless service is supplied by TracFone Wireless–America’s #1 prepaid wireless business with a national footprint covering 99 percent of the U.S. population. There are no contracts, credit checks, month-to-month costs, safety deposits, activation or deactivation charges, or age restrictions.

All Net10 handsets have a display that shows the actual airtime balance on the phone’s show for ease of tracking usage. Net10 handsets also carry an “immediate refill” feature that permits users to add airtime directly from the handset on a true-time basis. Crucial digital attributes consist of free of charge contact waiting, free of charge caller ID, cost-free voicemail and text messaging at 5 cents per message.

You can buy bundles of minutes (which need to be used within a set time limit of between 90 to 365 days) from the Net10 web site on your home Pc or directly from your phone’s net browser. For instance, a acquire of 200 minutes of usage expires within 30 days of your initial use. The amount of service time varies based on how numerous minutes you acquire, and any minutes leftover from the earlier acquire will be rolled over. If you do not acquire and add much more airtime just before a due date, your service will be deactivated and existing minutes will expire.

You can also pick to call or text anybody in the U.S. on any network as considerably as you want for only .98 a month without signing a contract. Furthermore, you can sign up for international lengthy distance calling to over 60 international destinations (such as Argentina, Brazil, China, Mexico, most European nations, and several far more) from your Net10 telephone for only five cents per minute plus airtime.

Telephone Characteristics
The LG 300G has a 1.5-inch color screen with a 128 x 128-pixel resolution and support for 65K colors. It sits above a regular navigation location with send/end buttons and soft navigatoin keys, and is complemented by a standard alpha-numeric keypad. The phone’s modest internal memory can shop up to 500 make contact with entries in the handset’s phone book, which is capable of storing numerous phone numbers per contact entry and offers help for image and ringer ID (when utilized with caller groups).

If you want standard messaging capabilities, the 300G has you covered as support is built-in for sending and getting SMS text messages. The T9 predictive text technologies is built into the unit, which autocompletes text for you as you variety on the alpha-numeric keypad and gives options for choosing the appropriate word.

Other features include:

  • Net10 Airtime Balance Display shows you how considerably airtime you’ve utilized and how considerably is left
  • Contains 32 polyphonic ringtones
  • Organizer tools: Calendar, alarm, calculator, stopwatch, globe clock, notepad, unit converter, tip calculator
  • Vibrating alert
  • Multilingual menus (English and Spanish)

Essential Statistics
The LG 300G weighs 2.1 ounces and measures three.75 x 1.71 x .52 inches. Its 900 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 7 hours of talk time, and up to 240 hours of standby time. It runs on the 850/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS frequencies.

Product Functions

  • Slim, effortless-to-use candybar phone with text messaging, voicemail, caller ID, call waiting and multi-language support
  • Pay-as-you-go with all regional, lengthy distance and roaming calls at ten cents per minute
  • Phonebook with up to 500 entries, scheduler, handsfree speakerphone, and vibrating alert
  • Up to 7 hours of talk time, up to 240 hours (ten days) of standby time
  • What’s in the Box: handset, battery, travel charger, receiving started guide, user manual

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2 thoughts on “LG 300G Prepaid Phone (Net10) with 300 Minutes Included

  1. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Deal Around, December 22, 2008
    Avid Reviewer “A Music Fan” (The Heart of the Golden State) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    This review is from: LG 300G Prepaid Phone (Net10) with 300 Minutes Included (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    In this age where Bluetooth, WiFi, touchscreen, mp3/video players, FM radio, GPS navigation, PDAs, memory expansion slots, voice recognition, web browsers, digital cameras, polyphonic ringtones, etc. are being incorporated into mobile phones, the LG 300 is a severely stripped-down phone that doesn’t have ANY of the aforementioned features. It’s just a bare-bones, no-frills phone that’s reminiscent of the mobile phones in the 90′s. Not surprisingly, then, the LG 300 is nothing to write home about.

    But I will say this — the LG 300 is sleek and one of the most compact and lightweight mobile phones I’ve seen. The battery life on standby time is about 4 days. I can’t speak to its battery life on talk time because I’ve never had a long enough phone conversation to determine it. It uses a lithium ion battery so there won’t be a problem with “memory effect.”

    If you need a basic cell phone for making an occasional call or for emergencies, this compact phone is a good deal and Net10 is a good service to go with:

    Free Phone
    For starters, for 30 bucks you get this phone PLUS 300 minutes. Since Net10 sells add-on 300 minutes in airtime for 30 bucks, you’re in effect getting this phone for free.

    Cheap Rates
    At 10 cents per minute for local or long distance calls, the Net10 phone service is simply the best deal. Text messages cost only 5 cents to send or receive.

    No Hidden Charges
    No wireless contracts or penalties for early cancellation. No roaming charges. 10 cents per minutes, plain and simple.

    Rollover minutes
    If you buy more minutes before your old minutes expire, your old minutes will roll over and expire the same time as your new minutes. Minutes will keep rolling over for as long as add more minutes before your current minutes expire.

    The airtime available for purchase come in 150, 300, and 180 minutes:

    cost in dollars/airtime in minutes/expiration in days

    3 Convenient Ways To Add Minutes
    You can add minutes by:
    1) buying Net10 phone cards
    2) buying airtime through the Net10 Website
    3) buying airtime directly from the LG 300 phone.

    To buy airtime directly from the phone, you are required to set up a PIN at the Net10 Website. You will be asked for this PIN whenever you add airtime through your phone.

    Decent Coverage
    Net10 reportedly uses both AT&T (formerly Cingular) and T-Mobile networks. Most of the time, I have no problems with coverage in my area, although I do get dropped calls every now and then.

    Customer Service
    Net10 could definitely use some work on their customer service. I had to call customer service on at least a couple of occasions for (1) minutes failing to appear on my phone after I’ve purchased airtime and (2) problem transferring my phone number from an old phone to a new phone. It took about half an hour for them to credit me for my minutes and almost an hour to get my number transferred to my new phone. Part of the problem is _communication_ with the operators. It was a little frustrating getting them to *listen* and *understand* the issues I was trying to explain to them. But I will say that at the very least their operators are courteous.

    If you can get past their customer service – well – Net10 offers very competitive rates. Hopefully you won’t have to deal with their tech support, ever. Many of the support you need is automated on the Web. Things like transferring your old number to a new phone can now be done yourself through their Website.

    The Net 10 service offers the best prepaid rates bar none. If you need a cell phone for making an occasional call or for emergencies, the Net 10 phones will fit the bill perfectly.

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  2. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent phone for light users, February 25, 2009
    DSB (Oregon) –
    This review is from: LG 300G Prepaid Phone (Net10) with 300 Minutes Included (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    First of all, I love Net10, I have no complaints about their service or price. I am not a heavy phone user. I had a monthly plan for a few years and never came close to using all of my minutes so why pay for them. Net10 is the perfect solution. I get by with $30 every other month.

    About the phone itself, it is OK. I love the size, it is thin and easy to carry in hand or pocket. Keypad is easy to use. Features are basic and easy to use. It is a phone to make calls, not a gps, computer, or camera. My only complaint is the sound. People on the other end do not seem to have trouble hearing me, but from my end they sound a little quiet and as if they are in a tunnel. Feel like I am always saying “what?” It does not seem to be the reception of the call, but the lack of clarity in the earpiece.

    But, since I only talk on the phone 30min/wk at the most, I’m willing to put up with it for now. Also, I bought this phone on sale for $19.99 with 300 minutes, so basically I made $10 in the deal. I am happy to tolerate the could-be-better sound quality until something better comes along.

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