This paper investigates the reconfigurable intelligent surface (RlS)-aided multiple-input-single-output (MISO) systems with imperfect channel state information (CSI), where RIS-related channels are modeled by Rician fading. Considering the overhead and complexity in practical systems, we employ the low-complexity maximum ratio combining (MRC) at the base station (BS), and configure the phase shifts of the RIS based on long-term statistical CSI. Specifically, we first estimate the overall channel matrix based on the linear minimum mean square error (LMMSE) estimator, and evaluate the performance of mean square error (MSE) and normalized MSE (NMSE). Then, with the estimated channel, we derive the closed-form expressions of the ergodic rate. The derived expressions show that with Rician RIS-related channels, the rate can maintain at a non-zero value when the transmit power is scaled down proportionally to 1 /M or 1 /N2, where M and N are the number of antennas and reflecting elements, respectively. However, if all the RIS-related channels are purely Rayleigh, the transmit power of each user can only be scaled down proportionally to 1√sqrt M or 1/N. Finally, numerical results verify the promising benefits from the RIS to traditional MISO systems.