Summary: I had been thinking about switching from AT&T to Net10 so i picked up this model to try the service out. The phone itself is nice for a basic handset. The Bluetooth is not restricted like the Samsung SGH-A197 Go Phone i had last year and the camera takes better pictures than the A197. The phone has a low SAR rating and is very lightweight. I was easily able to reactivate the phone at Net10's web site since i did not care about changing the existing phone number.
Summary: This is a good phone, but a few things I dont like about it.. deleting msg's is kinda a pain... and going the long way around to set your own ringtones is a pait also. but it's a good phone if you can find it for under 40 bucks..
Summary: I'd like to echo some of the comments of others. What I like: The large number keys make dialing easier than other phones I've used. I like the look of the phone and its size. It fits nicely in my hand and in the pouch of my purse. The sound quality is good and the range is pretty good, too. I rarely find myself in a place where there's no service.
Summary: I have owned the LG CU400 for about one month. Both the call quality and the reception are very good. Battery life is acceptable, although I should note that I use the phone only for calls - - no internet, no Push to Talk and no Bluetooth. The speaker phone is on the tinny side but acceptable - - about what one would expect for a phone of this size. I have, however, encountered two problems: 1.
Summary: I've had my share of cell phones. Before getting the LG CU400, I had a Sony/Ericsson 500A. I loved that phone but S/E's Customer Service stunk! (Because of a SyncManager database error, they said I had to reinsall the O/S to fix the problem! Yea, right!!!) The LG CU400 has a progressive ringtone. Right now, you can't change that. From what I understand per LG, Cingular made this an LG-requirement of their phones.