Excerpt: Before you buy something pricy, it’s always a good idea to read the reviews written about it, which is exactly what I did. Unfortunately, those reviews can’t guarantee that nothing will go wrong with the cell phone. Thankfully, I have a warranty so they just give me a new phone once something goes wrong with mine. I had to replace this cell phone 3 times since I bought it.
Excerpt: This is a very nice cell phone. The only problem is the touch screen buttons are a little difficult to use if you have large fingers. It's very simple if you use a pen or pencil eraser. The phone has great features. The camera is higher resolution than most camera phones. It has video also. The music player works well too. I load my own music. Verizon's are pretty costly.
The LG Dare is a great and handy phone, I love the VZ navigator.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The LG Dare has a great VZ Navigator. One of the thing feature it has is movies and restaurant. It has the now playing category that would show all the movies that is now playing, then it will give the description and gives a list of where it's playing in your area.
Excerpt: I love the LG Dare! It took me about a week to get used to it. There are so many features, I am still learning but at least I don't make calls every time I pick it up now. It takes great pictures and it takes great video too. I think it's cute and trendy and still easy enough to ba a mom phone!
Excerpt: The LG Dare is cool and a more affordable alternative to the blackberry, but yet still offers the features I need. I basically wanted an up-to-date phone, which to me, meant with a touch screen. The other option I had was a blackberry, which required a $30/mo. upgrade in my service plan. I wasn't willing to pay that. The LG dare offered me the features I needed; text, email access and the touch screen I was looking for. To access my emails was only a $15/mo.
Excerpt: My LG dare is okay. I wish it had apps you could download but honestly, it is nothing like the iphone. i originally bought it so that it would be like the iphone but a little disappointed. there are a ton of glitches in the system which is the reason why i believe they do not carry the dare anymore. the screen freezes a lot too . i really really really really really really really really like it though.
Excerpt: I originally wanted the Blackberry Storm, but learned about an extra $35 a month just to have the phone, I was told the dare was pretty much the same. This phone is great. The only problem I've had with it is it freezes sometimes, but very rarely. Mostly when saving a picture, but like I said, it very rarely happens. It's a great touch screen phone though. I'd advise getting a screen protector for it also.
Excerpt: I really like the LG Dare, the only negative review that I have is that I am limited to the length of text that I send to non-Verizon cell carriers. Often my full length text message gets cuts off on their end and I have to resend the ending part of the message.
GREAT phone, but texting takes some time getting used too.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I love my LG Dare. I've had it for about 4 months. The price I paid wasn't that bad at the time, but I recieved two $50 rebates for the phone. My carrier on the phone is Verizon Wireless, and quality and reception is great. The 3.2 megapixel camera is great for a phone, I am able to edit pictures right on my phone. I also love the music player feature. I can just plug in my earphones, and listen to my music like an mp3 player.
lacks multitouch and is a little slow, but overall good
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The LG Dare is a touchscreen pseudo-smartphone from Verizon that was developed as a fast-response to iPhone. The biggest problem with it is that its a little crippled in some important ways, First and foremost no app store, secondly it's a little small in my hands, and the ringer is too quiet, even at max loudness and when I went into the ringtone file and increased the virtual volume to maximum.