Samsung S366 Launches

April 3rd, 2009

Rogers Wireless has added the Samsung S366 to their Pay-as-you-Go lineup.  This basic flip phone features a 1.3MP camera, built in media player, Bluetooth, and expandable memory up to 4GB using microSD cards.  Pick up your Smasung S366 for only $114.99 (prepaid) and get a bonus $10 account credit for new activations.


Head over to the Rogers’ website to get your S366.


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4 Comments Add your own

    yz 85  |  May 4th, 2009 at 6:37 pm

    sick !

    Nanny  |  June 20th, 2009 at 6:41 pm

    Good phone for this price level. Nice screen size, great fit and finish, feels solid in your hand. SIM card is not buried under the battery, and micro SD memory card is hot-swappable. Great speaker, very loud, good reception. Buttons are flush, but with a nice textured metal surface, backlit, and large enough for big fingers. The text is pleasant, large and clear, good contrast, but the dialing numbers uses a funny font that is too big and there are only three options ranging from small (which is BIG) to quite huge. Some other cons are: for the radio to work you need the headset plugged-in to act as a radio antenna. You can put the radio on speaker, but still need the headset plugged in. The phone comes with an earbud-type headset, a wall charger, SIM card, booklets and nothing else (no CD, no data cable). You can download the PC suite from Samsung online to sync data on your computer. No micro SD card is provided. You can use a micro SD card up to 4 GB, and a USB data cable but they need to be purchased separately. Rogers doesn’t offer any accessories on their website, but they are available on EBay. There are two kinds of USB data cables, one just for data without charging, and another that also charges your phone through the USB connection. All the accessories (including headset) connect through the micro-USB charging port. Therefore, you either buy the specific OEM micro-USB connecting accessories, or you may need an additional adaptor. The phone shuts itself off unexpectedly under some browsing conditions (don’t know if it’s the phone or Rogers fault). Another annoying thing is that the grid menu opens with the internet icon highlighted in the center, which I consider a fault, since it’s not necessarily a must for every user, like contacts or messages, etc. It looks like an attempt by Rogers to push internet usage on customers, yet, YouTube is not embedded in the options.
    Otherwise, the phone is great for basic use. I don’t really use the camera/ camcorder, so I can’t comment on these features.

    Shelagh Tague  |  October 20th, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    Why cant I find the web site for the user guide? I have been trhying for over 3/4 of an hour an not luck. Can you please help me.

    Thank you

    live_strong  |  October 21st, 2009 at 2:22 am

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