Summary: It was a giant pain to activate. I had two sets of instructions, one online and one in the included manual, both completely different and neither worked. I called Virgin Mobile's customer service number and the guy had it working in about sixty seconds.
Summary: Wife had a Kyocera that was getting terrible reception on Virgin. My family all have Virgin in this area and it works great for them, so we decided to give this one a shot. Much better reception, no missed calls anymore, feels a little archaic to be texting without a keyboard again but wife is happy...
Summary: This was a replacement phone for my mom. It worked OK and was easy enough for her to use. However, it has a very tight fitting clam shell cover. Mom had a lot of trouble opening it up when it would ring, and actually pinched her fingers a few times when closing it.
Summary: Its OK, nothing special....It is sometimes a little hard to open up, to answer a call. If you are one of the crazy folks that answer the phone while driving, its not for you. Otherwise its perfectly serviceable.
Summary: Being retired, and on a limited income, when my current phone provider informed me that I would loose my corporate discount and my cell phone rate would go up by 21%, I started looking for a better priced basic cellphone.
Summary: Lightweight, very cheap, very good battery life, good sound, and call quality. Knowing this isn't very feature rich, or tech heavy, I am quite happy with the purchase. Some small annoyances. It's small, which may be a plus, but sometimes i fumble while trying to open it up.
Summary: Bought this for my 72-year-old mother after she killed her previous phone (a basic Kyocera that ended up having very limited battery life and an unusual connector that made it annoying to charge).