I've always not been one for phones; for years, I had a (relatively) old Nokia 6100. It does the job of phone calls and SMS messaging very well, and lasts absolutely ages on a single charge.
At the beginning of the year, though, I wanted 3G connectivity for my PDA and laptop (yes, I have a whole range of portable devices, and every one has its use, although not necessarily simultaneously), and so liberated a Nokia 6280 from eBay. The 6280 was pretty good - long battery life, a WAP browser, and that all-important connectivity. However, when its screen broke last week, and replacement LCDs were not too cheap, I went back to eBay with two rules: it had to be under £60, and should fit the two 6280 batteries and umpteen small Nokia chargers I have (the Internet Tablets use them too).