Motorola M800

Motorola M800 Front View


Canada: MTS Mobility, SaskTel, Tbaytel


March 2006


  • Full hands-free experience and durable design


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5

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Reviewed on Monday June 20, 2011 by , sept-iles
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4 Stars out of 5

motorola m800 bag phone

Reviewed on Thursday October 1, 2009 by , ca
Good if you want key pad you can see the keys are easy to press.
Good rugged design.
Some reviewers thought this device being larger, would have increased signal strength. This is not the case, has same power as most hand held cell phones that fit in your pocket.
Price is high, considering, power is the same, as most handheld cell phones.
Does have some advanced funtions like connecting computers by fax or data links, and voice commands.
3 Stars out of 5

plus info svp

Reviewed on Sunday August 10, 2008 by , la malbaie
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3 Stars out of 5

mobile landline and fax

Reviewed on Tuesday July 15, 2008 by , Vancouver
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