Summary: for not-so-frequent users and world travelers I'm using a pre-paid card mostly when on the road in the US. It woks great internationally - just insert a local SIM card and you're off to call cheaply in the country you're in. It's a bit dated (Android 2.1?) but offers all the basics. Even used it as hotspot when going down the Danube on a river cruise through 9 countries.
Excerpt: Okay phone but for price it is truly terrible. They really need to work on some of the features. The case is fake, the phone is slow. The resolution and media playback are terrible. Phones memory is extremely limited and while expandable most apps do not support external storage.
Excerpt: But not good, either. I had this phone for over a year and a half, and my frustrations with it only became worse the longer I had to deal with it. My main issues were the outdated technology and lack of features, as well as the unbearbly slow ui, and poor battery life that deteorated significantly over time. Overall, I'm glad I don't have to deal with this thing anymore.
Pros: Low price
Cons: Lack of adobe flash, Very low internal storage, Small, low resolution screen, Terrible, terrible camera, Slow ui, no stand out features
Summary: I bought this phone as a gift for use on P-Tel prepaid. I haven't put a sim card in it yet, but everything seems to work really well - wi-fi, apps, GPS, camera - all great for the price. This one came from CANMobility, and included a 2 GB memory card. I'll update this if I have any problems. If I don't update then you can just assume that everything works fine, and we're very happy with it!