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The Nokia 2660 continues the company's tradition of simple, quality phones for making calls. Like the Nokia 2320, it shuns a camera and most of today's "in" features in favor of making calls and sending messages. But just so it isn't entirely dull, the 2660 also offers Bluetooth and a voice recorder. Though its design is basic and easy to use, the 2660 stumbles a bit on the performance side. Call quality was acceptable, but the phone is slow on the inside. If you want a contract, the 2660 is free with a two-year commitment. You also can get it with AT&T's GoPhone prepaid service. The Nokia 2660 is nothing more than your basic clamshell phone. And that's perfectly fine, as we'd rather have a phone that's plain and user-friendly than stylish and frustrating. The silver-and-black color scheme is decidedly retro and the compact size (3.43 inches long by 1.76 inches wide by 0.84 inch deep) and clean lines make it portable. At 2.89 ounces, the 2660 does have a wispy feeling in the hand; it doesn't feel like it would take a beating.