Summary: Prepaid phones are taking over the wireless market and with good reason, they offer so much to the customers. My brother uses Boost but feels like he isn't getting the most of his money. I use Net10 and couldn't be happier with it. Great savings, coverage, and service! It even has a website at [@] which is really fun and you can win a big cash money prize.
Pros: Brilliant Display, Charges Quickly, Good Button Configuration, Great Battery Life
Summary: Nothing like Iphone of course but the look. Touch Technology not truly mastered, resolution quality is inferior but sure has the look. Would be good for a teenager, very limited applications if any, supports java good.
Summary: I used this Boost Mobile prepaid phone and it was good, but I didn't feel like I was getting my money's worth to be honest. So I switched over to a prepaid service called Net10 - which my brother is on and reccommended - and so far it has been a wonderful experience. Great savings, high quality phones, and perfect prices. I reccommend prepaid plans to everyone trying to save, but especially Net10 in my opinion.
Summary: I wanted to change to Boost Mobile and wanted a flip phone. This is the best they offer and the only flip phone but I feel somewhat dissapointed with some of the features offered. The battery drains quicker than my old cheap phone. The contact list does not offer a space for addresses, which I like to keep on hand on the phone. The web feature is difficult to use. The datebook is also very cumbersom to use.
Summary: Likes: The design of the phone is real nice even though it's based on the almost outdated motorola razr design. The screens are really bright very high resolution. The speaker on this phone is also very good clear and produces both the highs and lows in music very well. But by far my favorite feature is the speaker phone so loud and clear it doesn't muffle the voices like most other phones that i've had.