Requires a $45.00 G3 Verizon account. An acceptable for first-time cell phone users who cannot see or deal with an iPhone screen
Alex King, Amazon
21 February 2015
Summary: Arrived in a box without bar code or other such information. The registration process requires access to a number on a sticker that is located under the battery. Short of hitting it with a hammer, I am unable to open the battery compartment following the posted method.
Summary: Bought phone new and was very satisfied with how it was received. Phone was exactly as stated and I expected. But when I went to Verizon to switch phone in an exisitng prepaid plan, I was told this could not be used for prepaid.
Summary: If all you need is the ability to make calls and text, this is all you need. Sound quality is fairly good, other basic amenities available on the phone if needed. Camera okay, but don't expect to take the picture memorable pics on it, just a quick capture of the moment.
Summary: I was looking for a non data phone and this fit the bill. The only problem I had is the battery died (wouldn't charge) after a short time of having the phone. Luckily I had another phone of the same kind and swapped out batteries. Otherwise, phone was shipped promptly, and everything was fine.
Summary: I really like the phone. It is sturdy and I love the keyboard which is larger than other ones I have had. Some of the features take quite a few steps to access. Other than that, I have no other dislikes. I would definitely recommend it.
Summary: I purchased this phone recently and was happy to see that it actually did come new in a box and everything. Nothing was out of place and it all worked fine. If you're looking for a basic phone to buy, this is a good one.