Would not work with Consumer Cellular - Not 3G capable
Connie Letchworth, Amazon
17 May 2014
Summary: This phone would not work for me when I contacted Consumer Cellular. It did not have 3G capability I was told. I returned this phone. The amazon site was misleading. It showed the phone and all the accessories that come with it. There were no accessories Just the phone and wall charger.
Motorola WX345 Volume Too Low and Vibration Too Weak
R. Barnett, Amazon
7 June 2013
Summary: If you have noise around you, such as in a casino, you cannot hear the incoming call sound if the phone is in your pocket. To hear the call in a noisy area, you must have it in your hand and up near your ears. The volume control is located on the side of the phone where you would typically grasp the phone and that action will often inadvertently turn the volume control even lower. The vibration is so weak that you must have the phone in your hand...
Summary: This phone has a basic design flaw. The volume controls are on the side of the phone, meaning if you keep the phone in your pocket (as I do), you are liable to inadvertently lower the ring volume every time you grasp it. This has caused me to miss a number of calls. Even when the volume is on high, however, it is too low to be heard outdoors when stored in your pocket.
Summary: Nothing in the product description indicated that this phone was exclusively programmed to work ONLY with Consumer Cellular network. I am sending it back, and will see if there is any delay in getting my account credited. This review requires a rating in order to post, so for the time being, I'm giving it a one star. If my credit is posted quickly, then I'll change it to 5 stars, since the shipping on this item was very quick. I'll keep you posted.
Summary: I'd had this phone for ~2 months when the display broke. I had to mail it back to the manufacturer to get the display replaced. When I got it back, the display broke AGAIN. I got it for free and it was a rip-off.