Roaming Indication in Motorola
Currently I am using Nokia 6030 while my very first mobile was a classic Motorola T190. It was pretty simple mobile but very effective and handy at least just to satisfy the basic and rudimentary aims of communication (voice and text messaging) leave alone the fancy gimmicks like GPRS and FM Radio Entertainment.
During the trip to Sabarimala this year, I found a very interesting observation or rather a useful feature in Motorola that Nokia lacks. When we roam, the display automatically shows a Triangle (Home Symbol) on top of the display. It means you are currently in a roaming (partner) network. This would again provide you a visual warning before you attempt making long voice calls or start on the text messaging spree, burning and pricking your wallet and credit card. I admit that Nokia does show both the network names (Home and Roamed Network) but I think the 'Roaming Icon' is very useful feature in Motorola mobile.