Summary: SO far I've had it for about a month and haven't had any issues. It's a little tricky to answer calls where the send/end buttons are located but I'm getting used to them. Keyboard is helpful and easy to use even with larger hands except I keep turning the speaker phone off & on when I hit the letter (A) I'd buy it again especially since it works great!!
Summary: This is not an outstanding phone by any means, but it is a good value for the money, so far. I wanted a non-Android Boost Mobile phone that would do occasional web browsing. It does what it's supposed to do. Not the most robust phone, and battery life isn't fantastic, but it's easy to use, and I haven't had any problems with it. I wouldn't recommend it for regular, hard usage, but for a backup or second phone it's just fine.
Summary: Good phone wish it had music player but other then that awesome phone good reception, loud and clear no problem hearing and less dropped calls. Shipping was pretty quick and had no problem with that.
Summary: This phone is great with the exception it doesn't give you a light indicator when a text or voicemail is received, so if one leaves it for a few you would need to remember to check the screen for recent missed activity. Other than that, it's a great upgrade from the i465!
For a prepaid carrier, you're not going to do much better right now
4 February 2012
Summary: Disclaimer: I rooted and reflashed the phone almost immediately (two days) after getting it. This review is based on my experience using the phone with Gingerbread (Tickerguy's CM7/Reloaded). I've been using Virgin Mobile for almost a year now, having owned the LG Optimus V before the Triumph. The Optimus V is a robust phone with great battery life, but I wanted a bigger screen and a quicker processor, and the Triumph was the logical next step on the same carrier.
Summary: Works well as a modern phone without all the bells and whistles of an iPhone or droid phone. You can't play music on it, but if you go online and download Opera Mini you can use your Boost Unlimited Internet on it and it functions and looks just like a regular computer. Opera Mini is also about a thousand times faster (literally) than the browser that comes with the phone. Great value for what you pay. It is way more cost effective than a smart phone.
Summary: This phone is very good because of the size & how it fits perfectly into my hand. It also gets great reception & seldomly drops a call, however the entry keypad has very tiny small buttons & is irrating trying to use it, I would recommend this phone for skinny fingered people and/or small handed people. If it was'nt for the entry keys this phone would be almost a top of the line Boost Phone, of course, thats my opinion.