Summary: I bought the phone off of online and picked it up at walmart the next day. I brought the phone home and started playing around with it. I then called the straight talk people to get my phone turned on. I purchased the unlimited plan and got it to my old straight talk phone. They said I had to do this before we could switch my number to the other phone. No issues yet. I give them the code on my phone and they say it is stolen and get extremly rude with me on the phone.
Summary: I ordered the iPhone through straight talk and they told me that it was an AT&T phone and that it would work in my area and when I got it they had sent me a verizon phone and it took me 4 days to get someone to help me activate it then I had to end up sending it back anyways. Worst thing ever. I ended up just going to AT&T.
Summary: Bought this for my daughter who had been waiting so anxiously. Tried to activate. NOTHING. Found out there is no service for straight talk in our area unless you have a contract. Found nothing Prepaid in our area. Had to settle for Samsung GS3. Daughter was NOT happy!!!
Summary: Bought a phone supposedly BRAND NEW and 3 months later had to take it to the apple store because internet wouldn't work and find out they cant even work on it because the phone had been tampered with and the front screen wasn't even an apple product!! Now I cant even contact seller because # is disconnected!
Summary: Having dealt with Blackberry's and Androids, I must say that my iPhone 4S proves to be a much better smartphone than any of my previous experiences. The Blackberry apps would not work 80% of the time and had to be removed and re-installed and the phone was just not very user friendly. The Androids, while much closer to working like the Apple, still lack the quality and smoothness of the apps on the iPhone.