The Nokia 2660 has an address book capable of storing 400 contacts with room for five phone numbers per contact. The phone book is also capable of storing email address, job title, company name, formal name, nickname, address, birthday and notes. Contacts can also be paired with photos although this can be quite tricky given that the 2660 does not have a camera. Contacts can be organized into groups. Only groups however are capable of storing ringtones. The 2660 only has seven pre-set polyphonic ringtones.
The phone has very basic features like multimedia and text messaging, calendar, alarm clock, organizer, note pad, timer, calculator and stop watch. The surprising thing is the addition of a Bluetooth function and voice recording- two features which are not staples in low-end phones like the 2660.
The handset has one preset game (Tetris) although games can be added on the Nokia 2660 by buying Java titles using the phone’s built-in WAP web browser. The phone is also customizable, with users having the option to change color themes, screensavers, alert tones and wallpaper.