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.
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.
Summary: Not being a phone-o-phile, I bought my first cell phone only 3 years ago, for convenience & emergencies. My Paygo carrier just switched from CDMA to GSM, so the basic clamshell phone I bought from them no longer works, & I needed an unlocked phone.
Summary: Everything about this phone gets the job done. Calling works, sound quality is good, but not amazing, texting works, apps work great, and the battery life is pretty solid. If you want a luxury phone, you'll have to go elsewhere, but at $80 and no contract, you simply cannot beat the price for a...
Summary: I purchased this as a gift for my mom. She loves it. The graphics are pretty good. It's a older phone compared to what is out there but it is really great. It's fast and lightweight. It's a good transition for a first time android phone.
Summary: Phone works great. Needs to be rooted to get rid of all the Canadian links that are built in, but otherwise a good buy, with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, and a 2 gb. micro sd card included. The only other thing I could want is a slightly larger touchscreen..
Summary: There is one reason I like this phone. It's very tough. I have dropped this phone on hardwood floors, roads, concrete. Each time I thought, well, that's the end of that. I picked it up and it was fine!. I bought this phone as a first foray into smartphones.