Summary: The phone worked great for about a month. I then started having trouble getting a network. AT&T had no idea how to solve the problem. The next problem was that I could receive texes, but when I respondined and sent them the person they were sent to never received them.
Summary: Got the phone and really liked how it worked and all the functions. It was easy to use and had a qwerty key pad. However, the phone lost reception and never got it back in less then a day. Tried everything I could to reconnect the reception, but to no avail.
Summary: This phone did not work for me. So, I do not know if this is specific the the phone I had but it was made for the African countries market. When using the straight talk or solavei Sim cards, they were recognized by the phone but could not get a signal.
Summary: This phone did not work on the AT&T network using my postpaid SIM card. I took it to the AT&T store and they couldn't make it work either. It's not clear if this was an issue with this particular phone, or if this model doesn't work on AT&T's network.
Summary: This phone does not work either with AT&T or T-Mobile, although the product description claims that it is a unlocked GSM phone. When I turn on the phone, Vodacom logo, a South African telecom company, appears. It makes me seriously doubt that it is indeed unlocked.