Summary: I bought this phone because I needed one to replace my old flip phone. I wanted one for use with US cellular, that did not require you to purchase the monthly data plan with US Cellular. This is the only touch phone, with qwerty keyboard, available for USC.
Summary: I can't remember how long I had my first Motorola Crush phone but the reason I bought this one was because I got my old one wet in a pond. I was up for a new phone for one penny from US Cellular but this phone is so easy to use I decided I would get another one just like it. Besides if I got a penny phone I would have to pay a 35.00 activation fee so with that in mind this phone really only cost me 20.00 because there was no activation fee.
Excerpt: This phone is a terrible phone. Do to its thermal sensitive touch screen, if it is humid outside, the touch creen is useless. Sometimes this phone will start touch in random places, making it hard to get anything done I have gone through two of these phones. This phone has the worst reception I have ever seen. I find myself constantly dropping calls. I would recommend against buying this phone.
Excerpt: If you shut it off every 2 days It works perfeclty. If your hands are cold its hard to use the touch screen. It gets easy to use after a while but at first is a bit confusing. Good phone all together for the price.
The gadgets I Must have...the Crush does them justice!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Sized perfectly and looks pretty slick while making all it's features super easy to use. Touch screen seems clumsy at first text, but it learns to work with you. Voice controls are easy to activate. Great camera quality...prints look as good as my 500 dollar camera! Video quality is good for a cell phone. Nice loud and clear handsfree (others won't even guess you have them on speakerphone!). Excellent battery life.
Durable, industry standard changing phone delivers the knockout!
3 May 2012
Summary: First of all, I don't know why eBay thinks this is a smart phone. This is a regular dumb phone. With that being said, I am very satisfied with this phone's durability. I am very hard on my phones (I work in building construction and need to have my phone on me while working). Two factors that I believe make this phone incredibly tough are that it is one non-moving piece of phone and the micro usb charging port. Motorola really hit the homerun with these features.
Excerpt: My wife and I recently bought a pair of these phones, primarily because of the touch keypad, and couldn't be more satisfied with our decision. We didn't want the monthly data plan bill, just a good responsive phone that didn't force you to work tiny little buttons. The phone apparently came out about two years ago but you would never know it by the performance. Calls are clear, the touch pad dialing and texting work very well, and battery life is great.