Summary: I've used AT&T cell phones from 1996 to present. This is the worst I have ever had primarly extreamly BAD battery life. Took for ever to find the USB software. If it wouldn't of been for other user having the same issue & finding a solution then posting it online I would still be looking.
Summary: Got this for my mom who is in her 70's and on my family plan. She just wants a simple phone with larger buttons and the choices are becoming very slim. Buttons are nice and large and easy for her to launch camera and read text messages and pics when we send her. She won't respond to text or pictures but does enjoy getting them, on her previous older Samsung flip it was a three step process to get to text and more steps for MMS so we didn't even bother.
Summary: This phone is great for a child just getting their first cellphone, or for an older person looking for a simple device. It has a battery that lasts for a long time, especially when idle, the buttons are clearly marked, and it does not have flashy graphics or anything. The screen is not great, in size or clarity, but it serves one very well as a phone.
Summary: I got this phone to mirror the one I got for my elderly Dad. This was so I could guide him through using his from long distance. It was a good phone for him with larger numbers and fairly simple operation. But now I'm longing for a smartphone upgrade and have to wait.
Pros: Easy to use in Breeze mode once someone who knows what they are doing sets up the phone in Advanced mode. Easy to read and reconfigure (font size, colors) display. Very good call quality.
Cons: Ran into problem reading image files both on SD card and phone memory (pictures folder) where after a few images are displayed the phone sponteously reboots. Could not figure out the problem, so requested replacement unit which had the exact same issue. C
Summary: Like the phone. Just wanted a phone to make calls, do a little texting without the need of recharging too often. I returned the first phone because I thought the battery live was poor. The second phone has the same battery life. It needs a charge every two to three days with light to moderate use. I know some people will say that is great, but I DO NOT AGREE. ATT offers very few non-smart phones these days and none that have the battery performance of the older phones.