Summary: I saw the same phone advertised at Target at retail price; therefore, I checked on amazon and purchased one, which was more affordable and saved $$. I recommend Kyocera Brio Prepaid Phone to anyone who wants more talk time and text messaging.
Summary: This little phone does what I need it to do. I can talk and text. I am on the 250 min/text fpr free a month and the phone is little, compact, a litte hard to get used to at first, but if you are looking for a simple phone its great. I also like that it alerts you with a sound when you get a text..
Summary: It works really well for calls. Previously had Kyocera Event smartphone which was a poor phone for calls and fell apart after a couple months. So I downgraded to the Brio, a more quality phone. With a tablet for internet, this phone does the basics well.
Summary: Upgraded from basic Assurance Wireless phone to this one. So far I like it. Super easy to switch my service to this phone , took like 10 mins to do. Love the keyboard very easy to text with this phone. Which is why I got the phone , I do text often .
Summary: This has been a great "home" phone for my kids. Personally, the keypad numbers are too small for me and my acrylic nails and I fumble when I text, but I'm thinking if it were my permanent phone I could get used to it. The battery life is phenomenal for our purposes.
Functional, does what it is supposed to quite well, nothing more
Notorious BIG "Notorious BIG", Amazon
16 January 2014
Summary: Good, inexpensive and highly functional phone with limited internet capabilities. This phone is adequate for the person who simply needs a phone, like me. If you use your phone like Snowden or the NSA, then this won't work for you, but if you just need a good phone, it does the trick well.
Works with Assurance wireless/ state phone. No problems but keys are pretty small. Way better then the free phone they give you!
13 January 2014
Summary: Took 1 star off because the buttons are pretty small and i even have tiny fingers. Really hard for my hubby to hit the right ones. Works great with the free Obama phones through Assurance wireless.