Excerpt: I recently upgraded my old flip phone to a Smartphone/PDA because I wanted a phone with a Qwerty keyboard because I do a lot of writing. I liked the features of this phone so I thought I would give it a try, plus they had a great deal …
Excerpt: I have recently changed cell phone provides to Page Plus. Originally, I was a little reluctant to switch to this prepaid cell phone provider because the majority of the phones that the company has on its website are older and out of date.
Excerpt: I've had my Q for a year now and have had very few issues with it. I owned a Blackberry prior and this has been MUCH better all around. More user friendly, better reception, more stylish design etc. I went through 4 Blackberry's in 6 months. My Q has been beaten, bruised and even dropped in my cats water dish and is still doing fine. I absolutely love the blue backlight and Microsoft OS makes the phone much easier to navigate although a bit slow.
Excerpt: Had my Black Q for a few days now.... traded up from an LG 8300. So far, it's as expected for a smartphone with MS Mobile 5. Not all the apps that a PPC would have, but it's just right for my needs. I can text easily, connect to the internet (that's how I'm reading and posting on this site now, using the phone as a tethered modem at broadband speeds),and so far the call quality is excellent. Basically, if you want PPC features, you need to buy one.
Excerpt: I like my Q. It works great as a phone. No echoes, I get a signal 98% of the time. I may get a dropped call once or twice every month. Great sound quality when on the phone. I love being able to install 3rd party apps. I use my Q a lot to watch movies while in line at the store or when I have time to kill. I don't really listen to MP3s much on it, but I have a few on it. I use a 1gb MicroSD which is sufficient for my needs.
Excerpt: Absolutely sick about the investment in a Motorola Q after 5 weeks of use. Buttons are so sensitive that it can't be put in your pocket without constantly dialing out or activating some feature like Internet use. Same problem exists with their leather, plastic faced case that totally defeats the slim design option when you wrap it in a cheesy leather catchers mit. Nothing intuitive about the design or operation.
Excerpt: In my opinion YOU DO get what you pay for. Most of the people that are complaining probably thought they were getting a cheap PALM TREO or BLACKBURY. It is what it is, a smart phone, which is a step between. All I can say is that so far after a month, I am still satisfied. If you wanted more bang for your bucks, spend more bucks!
Excerpt: The phone just came out this week for ampd. How would these people know that it is going to respond the same way as verizon's version??????? I wanted to see some real reviews and ended up getting bone heads response to a phone that jsut came out and they are already talking crap/ :(
Excerpt: I'm on my third Q. My sister is on her fifth. These things just don't work well. I've experienced lots of auto-poweroffs (with full battery), crashes, freezes, and now my latest phone has decided it never wants to take a charge. I've also found the keys are too hard and hurt your thumbs after a while.