LG 1500

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User Reviews:


October 2005


  • MP3 ring tones
  • MMS capable
  • Outstanding speakerphone quality
  • External colour filter LCD with caller ID


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5


Reviewed on Friday December 19, 2008 by , Syracuse NY
Well I have read a few reviews, and I think I have a real complaint about this LG-1500. I don't know much about cell phones, but I thought they all had speakerphones, and I was sorely dissapointed when I got my prepaid phone together and found out that I did't have one. I wanted to be able to operate my computer and talk on the phone. I need to know a way to remedy this by exchanging this for a phone that I can use. when I bought this phone it wasn't mentioned that the speakerphone wasn't there, and when I look at the LG1500 It displays a speaker phone feature on the website. Of course that leaves me completely comfused. Can someone explain it to me?
5 Stars out of 5

Lg 1500 works GREAT

Reviewed on Tuesday July 8, 2008 by , Arizona
I've owned a LG 1500 for 2 months ,,, and it's worked flawlessly. When reading other reviews ,,, I'm thinking maybe the bugs have been worked out from prior complainants. I don't have the c-model with camera ,,, don't need the overhead.

1) Full Battery charge talk time has exceeded the 2-1/2 hours stated in brochure.
2) Reception is fine with no drops experienced !!!
3) Volume is exceptional, clear and easily adjusted.
4) User friendly, ease-of-use.
5) Compact in size, exterior screen, large fonts/buttons, lightweight.
6) SAR = 1.4W, kinda high.
3 Stars out of 5

funky screens

Reviewed on Friday May 12, 2006 by , Victoria
Every once in awhile I flip open my phone to find the screen all blue except for a yellowish bar taking up the bottom fifth of the screen. Although the reception is pretty good, and usability is tolerable, in retrospect I'd pick a different phone than this.
1 Star out of 5

Not so happy

Reviewed on Wednesday January 18, 2006 by , Nanaimo BC
I got an LG1500 as a replacement for my Samsung. We swapped the SIM card and I was told I would have all the functions on the new phone that I had on the old one. One month later I am still trying to download. Rogers now tells me there may be a technical problem with this model and downloading so I get to spend another four freaking hours on the phone with them (on hold for 3 hours and 50 minutes I'm sure) figuring this out. Beware....have your service provider download something before you take delivery of your phone to see if it works for you.