Loud and Clear
LG A380 makes life easy and simple. It provides the everyday essentials - voice calling, texting, and web browsing - packed into a light and stylish design.
- Mobile Web*
- Text to Speech
- Senior Mode – Enhanced Audio/Accessibility
- 1.3 MP Camera and Camcorder
Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Blazer3030 AT&T Upgrade from Motorola Basic Design is what I like. when address book was transferred from old phone, the LGA380 basically corrupted ALL the Phone No listings I had,,,,the basic info was correct, but the actual "Names" I had for each number, ALL of them were corrupted. This was Very Upsetting. And the fact I cannot find anywhere on the LG site or on AT&T site, a computer based software for the 380 to manage all the addresses, sounds, images, etc. Nearly every phone maker in the world now, has this software available for EVERY phone model the sell....All in all, the phone serves my needs being " Old School", but nothing to brag about or write home to Mamma about.......... October 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by EISSK WORST PHONE I HAVE EVER HAD MISFORTUNE TO OWN SPEAKER SCRATCHY & ANNOYING! THIS EVEN AFTER FACTORY REPAIR. (FIXED NOTHING) CONTACT LIST DOES NOT DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN HOME, CELL OR BUSINESS NUMBERS! DOES NOT MAINTAIN BLUETOOTH TO VEHICLE. CONNECTION MUST BE RE-ESTABLISHED EACH TIME YOU START VEHICLE; (USUALLY NEEDS 8 OR MORE KEY PRESSES! NO ZOOM ON CAMERA October 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jozef A GREAT, PRACTICAL LITTLE PHONE This phone is excellent for daily use as a "traveling office". This phone deserves 5 of 5 stars across the board, except for two things: 1) The menu link to My AT&T, doesn't display because the AT&T account page only supports i-phones. 2) For a custom mp3 ringtone download, it must be edited to a small size for this phone to recognize and use it as such. Otherwise, all essential features work very well. Overall, it's a great, practical little phone October 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by kay114 Almost perfect The only reason this phone gets less than four stars overall is that information on its troubleshooting page has been minimal since the product came on the market: no explanation why I can't use the buttons when dialing my insurance company's automated call-in system, not even a reason why I can't easily turn the phone on and off! Not the best way, LG, to "'make life easier"' for the senior citizens to which the A380s are marketed. August 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Conium No Custom ringtone support Ringtones, you know how those are all standard, right? Well nope, not on this little thing! It sends and receives calls just about as well as any other basic phone, so there's nothing much in that area to make it stand out from the pack. Well congrats, there's now something that makes it stand out... though not in a good way, more in an off-putting, slightly worrisome way. Kind of if someone petsit your dog one weekend, and when you came back they were trying to pass off a rather diseased-looking rat as your fluffy little friend. Yes it does do all the basic stuff that your old dog did, but you're really worried about why it can't sit or lie down like just about every dog knows... and why the petsitter is still insisting that you pay him a good price for his "services" Now here's the problem: I have a Luddite mother, dear thing she is, who just wants two things, to call people on her phone, and to set ringtones to the themes she wants. These tones generally aren't so much the sort that are sold on the market, but more like theme songs from shows off the air for over twenty years at least, so generally I have to get the clips myself and upload the thirty-second mp3's to the phone. Up to this point the phone worked perfectly. Past this, however the phone falls right into that dog/rat dichotomy I was talking about. You see, you can upload and play your claps just fine, but no, heaven forbid you want to use them as ACTUAL RINGTONES, somehow, someway, for reasons I can only assume on the design document went "we are clinically braindead and thought this would be a fantastic idea" you can only select ringtones you either buy on the market or come on the device already as what you actually want to play on your own phone when someone calls you. Explaining this lack of logic to someone who already thinks that phones are nigh-mystical wizard artifacts wasn't a fun or joyful experience, and her anguished cries of "Just shorten it! Well shorten it MORE" will possibly be burned into my mind until my dying day. She also was upset that the phone wasn't blue, but she went into the purchase knowing that. So there you go, if you want a simple phone that plays the sound files you want, you're out of luck. If you're looking for a basic phone, this one doesn't really stand out in any way besides disappointment. March 20, 2014
1-5 of 5
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