Excerpt: My first phones were alright, nothing too nice, pretty cheap phones but they let me text and call, a few games were on them as well. When I decided it was time for a new phone I went into the T-Mobile store to find something within my budget. I looked all over, seeing Droids, Blackberries, all the expensive ones. Then I spotted the HTC Dash. It was pretty affordable, and I thought, "HTC? This is gonna be great!" Boy was I wrong.
Summary: At $50 its a great buy as a backup phone. Beware of setup issues. Opt for newer Android version since its easier to use and setup. Windows phone software on phone not supported by Microsoft, so no updates.
Wish I would have known there was a problem with the phone before I bought.
6 March 2012
Summary: Bought this phone because I had one that I really liked but was not working and wanted to replace it. My SIM card did not work in the phone I bought. Spent much time with TMobile to resolve but in the end the phone did not work for me.
Summary: If you are on a tight budget and you want an android phone, consider this one. I originally had a Fender eition my-touch, but it got washed. Since I still had to pay for the data plan, I bought a standard my-touch (because that was all that was available at the time I searched E-bay). I don't like it. At least the Fender had a 3.5mm headphone jack. This one has a special mini-USB instead. The only way to listen to songs is with a retarded base you set it in.