Summary: It's exactly what I was looking for: a small, super-simple phone to use for international travel as well as for an extra local phone for the family. The dual SIM card feature is a nice bonus for foreign travel. I love the fact that it has almost no features...
Summary: Can't go too wrong with this for the price, yes keyboard and setup are fiddly if you're used to smartphones, but other commenters have linked to manual on-line, so grab that. Battery lasts AGES which is I bet the #1 reason people buy this phone, also Quad-Band GSM is great for the rest of the...
Summary: Good value for the money... most importantly to note it is simply a small basic phone I plan on using it for travel to Europe or as a emergency backup phone. It came fully charged and as others have commented here it came in spanish but was easy change the language to english.
Spend a couple dollars more and get a phone you are sure will work
23 November 2014
Summary: The phone was junk. Whenever I put the sim card in, and then the battery on top, it would slightly move the sim card and not have it register. It took five or six times to get the cover on where the sim card wouldn't slide in the spot.
Summary: I purchased this phone for my 10yr old daughter to be able to contact us. It is a very plain and simple phone, which is what I was looking for. Perfect for her. It also has an FM radio built in, which she likes. I purchased a USA 4g SIM card from Telestial.
Summary: We purchased this phone for a trip to Jamaica. We needed to be able to communicate with the US while we were gone. We have quite a few old cell phones laying around and after wasting time trying to find out how to unlock them, to no avail, we decided to gamble with this one. It paid off.
Summary: Things I liked: The phone works; I was able to send texts and make calls with an AT&T sim card in it. The sound isn't fantastic but is loud and clear enough. Some features it has are 2 sim card slots, an LED flashlight on the top, an FM radio, and an alarm clock.
Summary: Wanted this for travel and liked the dual SIM capability. Very lightweight and flimsy phone. Worked ok while it worked, but not it is completely dead after 6 months of very little usage. No warranty info in User Guide and only contact number is in Nigeria. I don't think it is really an LG phone.
Summary: I was a little surprised to find out they still made basic touch pad phones. I solely purchased this phone for my father because he was having a hard time with a smart phone so I figured this would be a lot more easier.
Summary: Surprisingly nice! As others have noted, it's a crapshoot as to what exactly you get in the box. These phones were not intended for sale in the U.S. I got relatively lucky. Mine came with a fairly well-written, although brief, manual, written in French, Portuguese, and English (whew!).