Excerpt: The I-335 is not really a good cell phone to have.There is no way to set appointments.times or dates that I can find on this cell phone.Very hard to connect to the web.Instruction book is not expliced.Would not recommend this phone.
Excerpt: I recently got this phone when I switched service to boost mobile. I find the battery life on this phone no more than about 3 hrs. It is a very basic phone. Although I can check my Yahoo mail on it. It will not allow me to check aol mail which for me is important.
The Motorola i335 is great if ya just wanna call someone!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have had the Motorola i335 for about 2 and a half years and it has been a great phone if what you need is to call someone. I am not a texter nor do I need internet capabilities on my phone. I pretty much use my phone to call my husband to tell him to bring home milk. I really only need a phone that can take a beating as I carry it around and that will last me a couple of years. So far so good.
The Boost Mobile Motorola i335 cell phone is crappy
9 September 2012
Excerpt: When I went looking around for a cell phone/plan, I came across Boost Mobile and thought it'd be an easy and affordable way to stay connected to the world and my loved ones. I guess 1 out of 2 isn't bad. The phone was pretty easy to use, but after about 6 months or so it started going crazy on me. It'd freeze up, the signal would die even when it was in a good area, and it even turned itself off then back on a couple times. I've had the phone for over a year and now...
The Motorola i335 is a dependable and durable cell phone.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have had a lot of different cell phones and the motorola i335 is the best phone i have ever owned. It is very dependable. I know that when i pick up my phone to make a call that my call will go through and i will have my conversation without interruptions or dropped calls. It is also very durable. My husband works in the ashpalt business and is around big trucks all day.
Excerpt: I got the Motorola i335 phone after having a Slvr so maybe that's why I don't like it. But there's no calculator, camera, e-mail, anything unless you want to buy a phone that costs you over $200 and that's AFTER the contract rebate! I'm certainly not happy with the service from Sprint/Nextel either. I lose signal standing in the same spot! Anytime I've contacted customer service I also feel like I'm talking with cavepeople. This is the most backward company!
Excerpt: I got the i335 from my uncle, when he bought that phone Ithought that it was the ugliest phone ever because it is not a flip phone and i was very used to the motorola rzr the dolce and gabanna edition. this phone the i335 is good for those people who work in construction or for a kid that just wants to text and call, I say this because it is not a flashy phone. I can use the internet and write texts very quickly.
Excerpt: The Motorola i335 is one of the easiest-to-use phones when I needed to use a cellular phone. No blasted touch screens that are delicate enough to require a stylus, the buttons are functional and quite easy to press and to configure, the screen images aren't too annoying--and texting is easier and less annoying than that of the Motorola i265. The battery is not as long as other phones I have had, and the reception is not good in some places, but I cannot complain.
Excerpt: The boost i335 phone is a terrible working phone, i have had so many problems with it . The first problem is it shutting off and restarting on it's own. I have gotten 3 replacements now and i am still not happy, I cannot afford to buy a more exspensive phone at the moment. My tracfone as simple as it is has never given me trouble like this boost phone does.