Summary: They are good for about 3 years of use. At the end of FEB 2015, Cricket will be getting rid of their 'pay as you go' option and this phone will no longer be of any use to me. In the mean time, it is a nice, small cell phone.
Summary: I bot this cell phone for my mom. It was easy to get hooked-up with Cricket... i just took a phone call and a card. It is easy to use and has good quality sound and low latancey reception when talking. I would recogmend it.
Summary: The phone arrived in the time that had been announced, with a charger. However, it had a lock on it. The company selling it did not have a code to unlock it. Their raccomendations on how to bypass the lock could not be implemented because they required for the phone to be turned off first.
Summary: Everything about this phone feels cheap, down to the mushy buttons and poor screen. But for $10, who can complain! Also, its very durable, holds up to most all stress tests ive put it through (and when i did successfully break it, another $10 to replace!
Summary: I buy this cell for my mom. Shes 71 years old. Its easy for her to use it. Please keep saleing this cell phone. Dont sale just the touch cell phones. Dont. Please think about use. Were not 16, 20 30 years old to use the touch phones. We need the basic cell phones.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone through Metro PCS because it was the cheapest phone they had at $29 including the $40 a month plan. It’s a really small phone, the first time I held it, it felt like an MP3 player.