Summary: I get more bars in more places. It isn't the most well-known brand but I gave it a try and I love it.Its easy to use ,buttons are small but I've had no problems. Texting is quicker and with less errors.
Pantech Caper not quite as good as the Pantech Reveal.
14 May 2012
Summary: I recently switched over from AT&T to Verizon. My previous phone was the Pantech Reveal with AT&T. I have found this Verizon phone to be satisfactory and since switching over to Verizon I get much better signal strength then AT&T. The one thing I have found to be a negative on the Pantech Caper is it has no SD card Capability or the ability to record music and store it like my Pantech Reveal did.
Pros: Very light and compact phone. Sound quality is excellent and the screen is very clear and colorful. $10 airtime included which I used for wallpapers and ring tones. Easy set up. Can read e-mail through mobile web. (Different from Mobile E-Mail) Internet i
Cons: No MP3 or microSD slot. Verizon charges for every app. including Mobile E-Mail which is an extra $6.99 a month. Verizon customer service still does not know a lot about this phone. Hard to get information to questions. (phone is really new.) If you buy ph