Summary: If you walk into a T-Mobile store these days, you will have a hard time finding a basic phone. If you are looking for a basic phone, and you don't want an Internet plan, this is a perfect upgrade. You get core functionality, with some of the newer essentials like better ringer sounds, BlueTooth and a camera. Nothing fancy, for people who just want to use their phone to make calls.
Summary: I really don't need a smartphone, just a basic cell phone for occasional use. My old Nokia 6030 was on its last legs, so I got this, put in my t-mobile SIM card and was up & running. The music player, radio and Bluetooth connectivity are nice to have. A micro USB cable is necessary for backing up the phone or copying music via PC, but easily available on Amazon (kindle cable should work). I disabled text messages on my plan, so no comment on that.
Summary: easy to use, the voice is clear but when I put it in the speaker it is not loud. If you like to use the headset, the voice is great. The battery stay for a long time. The screen is clear to see.I don't like the way the alarm work. After it finish ringing the first time, it doesn't ring again unless I click snooze. I had older Nokia and the alarm ring without keep clicking snooze.
Excerpt: The phone is clear and easy to use. If you need a phone only for making calls and sending messages, this phone is right for you. The phone is small and lightweight, fits in your pocket. Personally, right. The appropriate price is not too expensive for just 50e. Wonderful in every way. After all easy to use.