Summary: I have been using this phone for about 3 years. I got it so I could burn off the thousands of NET10 minutes I have by linking it to my home phone network via Bluetooth. I don't need all the smart phone frills so this phone has been great for the limited way in which I use it. Used to be you could simply plug a cellphone into the wall and it would switch to line power and the battery would stay charged. This phone doesn't work that way.
Summary: I was looking to replace my boyfriends phone. He had this exact one but it was falling apart. So I bought this one to replace it. It comes with a sim card already and you can't just switch out sim cards in an attempt to keep your contacts. You'll get a error message and it won't turn on. If you were looking for a cheep phone what you can do is transfer your number to the new phone. Have fun transfering you numbers over to this phone.
Summary: I purchased this phone for my 9yr old sister I didn't want to add her to my phone line just yet it's great if your showing ur kids how to be responsible and taking care or things this phone is awesome
Summary: When I first bought this phone, I was looking for something simple. When I found this little phone, I absolutely loved it! I liked that it had a built-in radio, and an easy-to-use-simple-layout, and a headphone jack. It had everything I wanted in a phone, except for a qwerty keyboard, but for the price -- I could make do. I had this phone for about a week when things got a little funky. The battery life isn't anything to brag about, so it died before I anticipated.
Summary: It's a cheap phone. It's functional. I wouldn't want to use it as my regular phone, but it works ok. It uses a mini-USB for a charger (instead of micro-usb, which is standard these days), but other than that, it's exactly what I expected. NOTE: the phone comes with a SIM card, so don't buy any sim card add-ons with it. You'll need to buy minutes once you get the phone.