Not worth the money spend, may be nokia Lumia 530 at 40 USD would be the right price
15 December 2014
Summary: Not fully unlocked, and I cannot take calls. It recieves calls, but when tried dialling it ends the call in 0:00 seconds with out making any reason. Memory not expandable and cannot upgrade. It will run out of space sooner. No way of replacing the battery even if it dies. Video quality is not good, it shakes badly compared to other nokia phones. Photo quality is good, but not the best compared to other nokia phones.
Summary: The phone itself is nice, however, I am giving it two stars because it was not unlocked. I gave it to a friend as a gift. When he took it home with him, he was not able to use it. So, nice phone, but not unlocked.
Summary: Even though the phone was used and all you could of said the phone screen pops out and the phone system is REALLY SLOW. But I guess it's what you pay for, except those two points popped screen and slow phone system.
Better to buy a low tier new phone than a mid-high tier old phone with outdated software.
Mateo Fernandez, Amazon
1 October 2014
Summary: Nokia is known for making good reliable phones, but this one was an exception, bought it for my brother and the microphone broke after 6 months of use. For potential buyers, I don't recommend buying an old windows phone device, for the price I would get a Moto E, it's fantastic what Motorola (with google's help) has done with the X, G and E.
Summary: My previous Lumia had a lot more apps, features, and options than the 9000. I can't make the apps bigger or smaller -- they're all one size on the home screen. My previous hone let me completely customize the home screen... There is no spot for a micro SD card, and I can't get on the internet like I used to unless I'm really close to Wi-Fi. This phone definitely did not meet my expectations. I used to rave about my first Lumia.