which was too bad as the feature of using your voice to tell ...
Duana Blakey, Amazon
5 March 2015
Summary: The speaker on the phone emitted static constantly and you could barely hear the person you were trying to talk to. when I took it to a Cell phone repair place they said it probably had water damage and wasn't worth fixing.
Summary: Received defective equipment, plus it had scratches on the casing. Bluetooth would not work at all. This device would never detect another bluetooth device and I had 3 other bluetooth devices that couldn't detect this phone. Sending it back.
Summary: Their replacement phone was to be exactly like mine but it was not. The phone kept freezing up on me and I was not able to dial or receive phone calls. I had to continually take out the battery and put it back in to get it unfrozen. The texting was not like my pantech.
Summary: I bought this because it said it was unlocked. I mailed it to my daughter in Canada to use with her own SIM card. It didn't work. When I called AT&T about getting it unlocked I was told that the account it was listed on owed a balance and they would not unlock the phone until it was paid.
Summary: The back half of the Breeze III is slightly larger than the Breeze II. The Breeze II had a sleek professional appearance, the Breeze III looks rugged and clunky in comparison. When I started using the Breeze III I immediately began receiving complaints that the other party couldn't hear me, that I...
Cons: poor audio quality on calls , clunky physical appearance
Summary: In 2 months, I have replaced 2 of these with new contract. The audio is unacceptable and poor. First phone microphone was messed up and could not hear me on other end even though I speak loudly. New phone within warranty is just as defective.
Pros: prior pantech 1 & 2 were good
Cons: poor audio quality , defective phone that doesn't last