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: 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 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.
Summary: Good little phone so far. Only had it one day, so we shall see. I am "downgrading" from an expensive smart phone, so for talk and text it's just fine. Anybody know how to get scratches off the exterior face? I got mine used for $27 so I'm not complaining, but just wondering if that's possible.
Summary: I've had this same cell phone before, but got an upgrade. Well, the upgrade was just a little fast for an old timer. Every time I touched the phone, it was automatically dialing someone by mistake so I decided to go back to my old phone.