supposed to be unlocked guess I misunderstood what that meant
Amazon Customer "Beanie", Amazon
1 April 2014
Summary: Never was able to connect to my providers data network. I gave up & bought a Samsung Galaxy. I gave this one to my husband. He never gets on the web on his phone so he is OK with this phone. I would have been OK with it had I been able to get on the net with it. But that is OK cuz I love my Galaxy. I gave this phone three stars cuz it was a decent phone and my hubby is happy with.
Summary: It's a good phone for Consumer Cellular. But it is LOCKED into Consumer Cellular. You cannot use it for AT&T or other providers. If you buy an AT&T phone instead, you could use it for Consumer Cellular. So the AT&T phone is "backward compatible", but the Consumer Cellular phones are not.
Summary: I was replacing the same phone I already had because mine had a cracked screen. . first the battery wouldn't charge so I had to use mine. the phone freezes up and I have to removed battery and try again. the outward condition of the phone was very good .and delivey was fast .How ever not happy with overall performance .seems like too much trouble to contact seller.
Summary: If you mainly text and talk, this is a great phone. Voices are loud and clear, reception is awesome, and the camera is OK for basic MMS and cell phone use. The internet surfing is a bit glitchy, I think the processor is a bit stretched as the phone will occasionally lag and freeze up if you're on wifi or using the browser. Battery life is decent if you don't use it heavily.
Summary: I use Consumer Cellular and have one of these phones that I bought new from them. They (Consumer Cellular) no longer have these phones, which are great phones for a great price, so this is the only alternative. I got the SanDisk 32 GB memory card for it, a leather case and I'm all set for around $100 for a second phone. It has good apps (timer/alarm, music, maps, etc.