basically the best phone you can get that works assurance wireless.
7 July 2014
Summary: After reading several reviews online, it appears this is the best phone for assurance wireless. So that's why I got it ... The camera feature is decent. Easy to text. Battery life decent. Fairly tough exterior (i'm a klutz and it's surviving me). Excellent screen lock feature. No pocket dialing. True it's no iPhone or android, but seeing as neither of those is an option with assurance wireless it's the best you can get. And I like it.
Summary: I was so excited to receive this phone, but it has some features that are quite annoying. Unfortunately, you cannot disable them. Also, it is quite heavy. It is a good "touch screen" phone though once you work through the quirks.
Summary: If you can't or don't have a smart phone, this phone is an excellent choice. It is extremely user friendly, inexpensive and has some good features. Surfing the internet is a slow and time consuming process, however, especially when compared to smart phones. I have been using this phone for several years, and when an old one dies, I purchase another one as a replacement.
Summary: I bought this because it is the best phone I could get that is accepted by the Alliance cell phone service that the gov't pays for. I get a QWERTY keyboard for easy texting. large color screen. Touch screen, blue tooth. The carrier I have is Virgin Mobile which runs on the SPRINT network. I've never had a dropped call. It is so much easier to use than the Krycera phones that Alliance offers you when you sign up.