Summary: The UI on this phone is quite bad, with confusing menus. It has very limited storage capacity for text messages, and is missing some basic features, such as T9 and the ability to assign multiple phone numbers to the same contact.
good reception in even remote sections of both islands
14 September 2014
Summary: Used last in 2013 for about a month in New Zealand. Got off plane in Christchurch New Zealand, walked up to Vodaphone booth in terminal, had chip installed with time on it and took off. Totally reliable, good reception in even remote sections of both islands.
Summary: I was having reliability issues with my nokia candybar phone, so I got this as a backup. Despite the external similarity, the software on this thing is atrocious. Anyway, it did work, so there's that. The sound/mic was a bit raspy, definitely not high quality.
Summary: used it for about a year, the battery never dies! I mean I think it would last a week at a time, making it way more reliable than any smart phone. pros: -battery last super long time -the screen or phone never broke, but fell a ton of times, if the impact is strong it just falls apart and you put it...
Summary: If you are looking for a bare-bones phone to do talking and perhaps a minimum of texting, then there is no need to spend more than $19.99 that the BLU Jenny cost me. If you're looking for fancy or even nice, look further. I had a smart-phone hooked up to my AT&T voice-only service.
Summary: Great international phone FOR CALLING ONLY! It texts, but it doesn't have T9 or any predictive text. Also it doesn't have a regular 3.5mm headphone jack so you can't plug a regular headset into it. Those are the only 2 cons I can think of.
Summary: This is the second time I've bought this phone -0- thinking the first one was defective. Despite having been recommended by a friend, the phone was impossible to use. There were no useable instructions and even after spending a hour with a helpful tech in a local Best Buy who wrote out instructions,...