Great value but make sure the phone will connect to you mobile network.
6 October 2012
Summary: I brought this phone unlocked it was working awesome for one month. However, for some reason it will not connect my mobile data. The wifi works great but it sucks that I have data and can't use because the phone just refuses to connect to my mobile network. I would've gave five stars but unforunately its not working out for me.
Excerpt: After several years of using Sony Ericsson & Nokia, I decided to move to htc and decided to buy htc incredible s. everything going smooth at the beginning but after few days exactly, started freezing and when I call people I can hear them clearly but they don't (my voice keeps fading away and words are not complet). So send it to htc care after exactly one week and now almost three days and not feedback!!!
Excerpt: This phone has a great operating system and touch screen with quick snapy responses. The Phone hardly ever lags. Also the browser is great and easy to use. Downsides- (I've verified that i am not the only one experiencing these problems) Touch screen temporarily stops working Phone restarts regularly when making a call
Excerpt: Good price. The manual is non-existent and is only available as a PDF file somewhere on the phone. First bill on the $29 plan was $59 because of all the non-essential apps that hooked up to the network on start-up. A mysterious "video-streaming" charge was impossible to pin down. Recommend going through all the apps and turning them off until you hit a usage limit that suits you.
Excerpt: The phone itself is stunning, with a crisp 4" screen, 1GHz processor and a decent 8MP camera with dual LED flash. It's fast, rarely lags, and does almost everything I need it to do. The interface is very clean, intuitive and easy to use. I also like the LED status light, which notifies you when the battery is running low or if you have unread messages. However, the reception on this phone is dreadful. No matter where I go in Melbourne, I have problems with it.