"Actually using Nokia 1618 - not on CNET yet - don't buy"1.0 starson by wtfgolfing
Pros: Relatively easy to use, but learn through trial and error, no directions given
Cons: Sells minutes but doesn't say what costs are for local or international
Extremely expensive, 50 cents a minute to Canada, 13 cents local
No help at retailer for activation, or usage information - terrible
Summary: We switched to AT&T Pay as You Go phone bought from Radio Shack. Much better information and activated right there by sales rep. We now use international phone card instead of long distance for calls to Canada now costs us 13.5 cents minute total. A
AT&T account online account info easy to access, and excellent support documentation received with the phone.