I got a GT-C3520i - I hate Smartphones (aka nag-phones)
jp2code "Joe Pool to Code .NET", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I like this phone. I used a Motorola RAZR for years before attempting to get a newer style flip phone. I bought an old, used GT-C3520 Silver from the Internet auction website known as "fleabay", and used it for about a year. The only thing wrong with that phone was the speaker. I guess the previous owner dropped it into the water because it was hard to hear the callers on. They heard me just fine. Hoping it was just a bad speaker, I purchased a new one.
Summary: Very good basic phone. I have a tablet that I use more than a phone so all I needed was a basic phone. Only one negative, instructions not in English and could not find on internet. Figured out that to activate phone, had to hold down the "end call button" instead of the main selection button.
I would recommend this phone to any senior person who does not ...
24 March 2015
Summary: This phone was very helpful . Its a phone I was looking for a senior gentleman who enjoys his phone to the fulless. The phone works very well and he is very please with his phone. I would recommend this phone to any senior person who does not want or cannot understand a smart phone. I made a good choice by choosing this type of phone for my senior gentelman.
Summary: Purchased this phone to use during a one-week trip to London. It is an unlocked quad-band phone, so worked just fine in the U.K. with a SIM card from Lebara, a British pay-as-you-go phone company. It's inexpensive, simple to use, works fine for both making and receiving calls and texts, and was 100% reliable.
Summary: This is the cell phone I want. No smart phone means harder to track.No internet means no hacking. It is simple and easy to use. A flip phone is its own screen protector.I am pleased with this cell phone.