LG 160

User Reviews:


February 2008


  • Slim and trim
  • One-touch text key
  • Voice-activated dialling


Latest Reviews

5 Stars out of 5

Awesome Phone!

Reviewed on Friday December 9, 2016 by , Canada
I love it! Used for over a decade, it so small, and does waaay more than I will use, I never even texted with it yet, but read them... I don't need a smartphone. If I do, I'll just buy a tablet this s so handy.
4 Stars out of 5

Good Simple Phone

Reviewed on Saturday May 28, 2011 by , Montreal
I try to buy 100$ cards every year. This phone is meant for emergencies and the like.

I have no interest in the Iphone and smartphone craze. All I need is a phone that does the simple stuff like text messages, phone calls, voice messages. It also has caller ID or something like that. I know exactly which number called when I can't answer the phone immediately. I don't pay any extra money for those features.

As far as I'm concerned this is the best option because generally I am at home or at work. So when I'm on the road, all I need is an emergency phone or casual use phone which is what I have.

I strongly recommend this phone to anyone who doesn't want to pay 70$ per month for a toy (eg Iphone).
2 Stars out of 5

Not Great

Reviewed on Sunday July 18, 2010 by , Halifax, NS
I was determined to buy the cheapest pay as you go phone possible. I was surprised at how many features came with the phone - bluetooth, ringtones, games, etc. As a simple phone it works OK. CDMA technology is old but fairly reliable. Virgin Mobile was only $20 a month and I wasn't going to be hooked into a $100 a month data plan for an iPhone for 3 years. (People who buy those phones in contracts are fools).

A good phone for grandma if she doesn't text or need fancy web browsing. Forget the games. It runs in Java and is epic slow. I only lasted 9 months before I "upgraded" to better phone anyway (non-contract).
4 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Saturday March 15, 2008 by , canada
Il est jolie très convival parfait pour de la simple téléphonie.