Excerpt: When I received my AT&T Quickfire phone as a Christmas gift 2 years ago, I was so excited to finally have a phone with great messaging capabilities. I like to consider myself as a huge texting guru, and since I had unlimited texting, I was going to take advantage …
Summary: Although this phone might look nice and everything, Its really just a piece of crap. I wouldnt ever buy another one. Its slow the button are to close to eachother, you cannot put any personalized ringtones, the touch screen doesnt work good at all. Its just awful.
Summary: This phone works just fine for basic phone usage, such as phonecalls and texting, however it is NOT a smartphone. The ad is a bit misleading that with the new technology of touch screens, apps, gps, etc. that you could think the phone is newer than it really is. The internet is hardly considered accessible from this device, very slow. Not recommended for someone who is used to or wants a smartphone device.
Summary: This phone was a replacement phone for me after I lost my smartphone. I got it because it was cheap and I currently waiting for the release of the Iphone 5. I don't recommend it to anyone who is accustomed to using the smart phones because you will be highly disappointed. It would be a great beginner's phone for children.