LG A341


Canada: Koodo Mobile, Primus Wireless, Rogers, Sears Connect, Tbaytel, TELUS


May 2012


  • Read information easily on large 2.4 display
  • Access text-to-speech & other key features with the touch of a button
  • Dial, talk, and transfer files hands-free via Bluetooth wireless technology


Latest Reviews

4 Stars out of 5

Retreiving my Pictures

Reviewed on Thursday January 14, 2016 by , Alberta
would like to take off my pictures from phone to computer,how do I do this?
5 Stars out of 5

manual ???

Reviewed on Tuesday January 27, 2015 by , london ont.
I've owned a cell phone of various types for the last 25years and I only needed a "manual" for the first one !! This is one of the best and easy to use phones I've ever had that even a 5 year old could figure out....So for all you braniacs and chronic complainers that can't, all you have to do is go online and download the user manual from LG for FREE !!!
3 Stars out of 5

LG a341 okay inexpensive phone

Reviewed on Saturday July 19, 2014 by , burnaby
I've been using my cell since last year and it is a decent phone with good features for the money. Yes, the Quick Start Guide that comes with it is really basic and tells you just enough to put the battery in and dial a number. For some reason, LG Canada does not have any better manual than what comes with it in the box. However, if you go to the LG U.S. site, the same phone is silver and is the A340, and not the A341, with full manual to download.
1 Star out of 5

Manual - What Manual????

Reviewed on Friday May 2, 2014 by , Burnaby, BC
I just bought a pair of LG A341s for my wife and I. The so-called manual is totally useless and inadequate. I am an Engineer with 34 yrs with BCTel and 12 yrs in charge of their Radio Engineering Dept., so maybe I will eventually figure it out, but my wife is not an Engineer. I am waiting to try to use them...but I have no clue even how long I am supposed to wait for the battery to be charged!! What a stupid excuse for a user manual!! Even a TV remote has a better manual. It appears like a nice little unit, at a good price, once we find out or figure out how to use it!! A far cry from the original Motorola 10 lb "bread box"