Reviews for Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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Tesco mobile phone bought. It has been fab.
27 June 2013
Summary: I bought the tesco mobile phone for my daughter. It has been a fab product and she has loved it. It was so easy to buy on line and I had to collect the product from my local tesco which was easy!! no problems with collecting and the staff were lovely and professional at all times.
Summary: So has the daughter and the girlfriend has one too (are you too old to have a girlfriend at 44?) This phone is aimed at the 'youth' market, hence the 'Y'. I never bought mine from this seller but from another offering £10 O2 airtime on Amazon. . .
Summary: Comes with all the extras and is pretty easy to use. You need to know your way around mobiles as some of the stuff in there is very deep and hard to find. Use the left hand key and the main pad,,,,that gives you most access. Very difficult to find the delete all messages.
Excerpt: I recently changed my mobile to a Samsung Galaxy Y with Tesco Mobile and love it! I am quite a dinosaur when it comes to technology, the last phone I had was a Noxia X2 which was part touch screen and part keypad but the touch screen part was only very limited.
There are better phones around for your pennies, but there are worse also.
15 June 2013
Excerpt: Mobile phones sadly have a torrid time in my hands. My last phone was a Samsung Galaxy Y which I owned for approximately 3 months until recently. Despite its solid appearance it was really no match for the taxi car door that I slammed into it (the phone fell out of my pocket just as I was closing...
Summary: My 14 year old nephew loves his phone but my beef is there is no headset. My question ....does it not come with one? Mind you that is my beef my nephew has no problems with it. It is all it says and there was a surprise in the box.....it came with 4 extra backs which was really a bonus.
Summary: Both my 12yo son and 11yo daughter have one of these. They don't cost the earth, function beautifully and are really quite cool which, as parents of younger secondary school kids know, is very important to them.