LG TM250

LG TM250 Front View


Canada: Bell


September 2003


  • Rugged
  • Long battery life
  • Internet ready


Latest Reviews

4 Stars out of 5

Re: Richie in Squamish - Cool Phone

Reviewed on Wednesday November 23, 2005 by , BC
I too have an LG TM250 (which I like very much) but (fyi) mophone.com does not support monotone ringtones... cool site, I wish they did, but, they don't. Sorry guys...

"The mophone service only supports colour phones that are able to access the internet. We do not have any immediate plans to support monochrome phones with monotone ringtones."

As for the phone, I've had it for over a year and I have no complaints on it's performance as a cell phone.
5 Stars out of 5

cool phone.

Reviewed on Wednesday November 23, 2005 by , squamish bc
this is one of the best cell phones I have ever had. easy menu options to navigate, and to setup. browser is very cool to move to webpages that I like, and not set for what ever the company wants. paysites for ringtones, I have a very cool free ringtone site that I go to. mophone.com awesome. LG is so sweet!
5 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Wednesday April 27, 2005 by , Tantallon, Saskatchewan
It ain't much, but this is definetely a good phone to have. For those looking to buy, I almost must add, this is a very durable phone. For example, this past December(2004), I lost my phone in the snow at a party. Then, in mid-April, a friend of mine found it, and after some blow-drying and other things, it's almost as good as new, with the exception of the directional buttons being sticky.

But, I can't seem to find any place to get a good ringtone for it(Sasktel). Muchmusic is the only place that I've found other than Saskmobility that offer ringtones for Sasktel phones, and neither have them available for this phone. Does anyone know of a place that can help out?
4 Stars out of 5

If you need a cell-phone more than status, buy it!

Reviewed on Friday April 22, 2005 by , Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Hi all!
My experience with the LG TM250 (so far) has been positive. I say "so far", because for the short time that I have used this phone, that may not be sufficient enough time to really evaluate it's performance. I like this phone for several reasons. It is compact, and as such, it is easy to carry in the optional belt holster that I use. Not much larger than the pager that I had, I carry it all the time, and I never shut it off.
I should add that at my age (56), I have no interest in the frills that younger people seem to want in a cellphone. My phone is always set to vibrate, so trendy ringtones are not relevant to me. Likewise, changeable covers which it doesn't have, are in the same category. I only carry the phone in it's holster, and there are no scratches on it. It is however, a painted metal case with a chrome strip across the top. It reminds me of the polished hood on my Lincoln Towncar! If I were to carelessly carry the phone in my pocket with my keys and coins, I would expect the finish to be scratched and worn, in short order.
The phone book has room for two hundred listings of five numbers each, and after 102 entries, I couldn't think of anymore numbers to add to it. I bought this phone from Bell Mobility, and it was the second cheapest phone they had in their line-up. It is a basic cell phone, but it does the job quite well.
I doubt if this phone has enough pizazz to appeal to younger users who need to impress their friends, but it does all I personally need it to do. Having said the above, there is one option that it doesn't have. I would gladly trade the two games it came with, for a calculator function. That, I would use regularly, compared to the games which I have no interest, or time to use. Overall, I like the feel and look of this phone, and keeping the price in mind, I am satisfied with it.