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Motorola Razr V3c
Steve B, ReviewStream
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: If you walked up to a random person on the street and asked them if they could have any cellphone at the moment, many would mention the Motorola Razr. Unfortunately for us CDMA users the razr was only for a GSM network for the longest time, until they released …
Summary: It is small, it look good and since I do not want a smartphone this fits my needs. I have yet to activated the unit because my orginal Razr still works. I purchase this unit as a backup because eventually my origianl Razr will cease to function.
IMO there is no better looking simple phone out there
6 June 2013
Summary: I got out of the smart phone scene when I realized it was a waste of my money and a waste of my life when I would get stuck on it for hours. If you're going to use a regular old phone there isnt a better looking easier to use one than these Razr's.
Summary: This phone while being quite outdated today, I have always felt serves as an excellent back up while waiting for an upgrade. But the condition in which I received this phone is completely unacceptable. There are scratches that encompass the entire phone,evident signs that the phone wasn't well taken care of.
Actually a Verizon phone that has been modified to work for Cricket, batter may be dead from age/sitting in box.
6 April 2013
Summary: The handset works great; however, I did have to purchase a replacement battery shortly after the handset arrived. I assume these handsets are new old stock, so the batteries are most likely at the end of their life from age. Also, be aware this is actually a Verizon handset and is marked as such with the Verizon name. Cricket software has been installed on the Verizon phone to make it compatible with Cricket.