About $22, refurbished NET10 LG Optimus Net No-Contract Touchscreen Prepaid Cell Phone
Ahmad Gorabi, Amazon
23 June 2014
Summary: It is only 'good', if you do NOT use the NET 10 provider: 1/ we use wi-fi to connect the phone 2/ we do NOT pay $50/month (that was the rate at time of purchase) for the phone usage 3/ my child likes its sharp displays: uses for music, internet, and Google Apps
Summary: this was a christmas gift for my 5 yr old son. it is only used for games and music. he loves it. you don't need to activate the minutes. just use the wireless connection to download things. it's not an iphone or galaxy, but it works great for what it is.
Summary: I chose this rating because I am very pleased with the phone. At first I had some trouble getting data services, etc., but I called tech support twice and got it straightened out. So far, so good! I would recommend this phone to family and friends. Mostly because, my family and friends can't afford IPhone 5, and this one is just as good in my eyes.
Summary: This was my very first Android phone, and I absolutely loved it! Of course after I upgraded to a newer and better phone, I realized all of the potential it was lacking as an android phone. Nonetheless it worked perfectly and eased me in to the Smartphone craze.
Summary: This phone is pretty good as a first smartphone. It's not extremely powerful, but I've had no complaints about that. No dropped calls, reliable text delivery, and the Swype keyboard is awesome! Internal memory seems to fill up fast, and the Android 2.2 won't play some of the newer games. Battery life is great . . . on standby. I usually work 8-10 hour shifts & still have around 98% left on the battery.