Summary: I had purchased this because my last phone was a gravity 2 and although I am not in love with it, it does the two main things I need it to do. This phone seems to have a very poor battery and there is a lot of echoing feedback when I talk on it.
Summary: The phone does not have as many features as my old flip phone. The font on the time is to small and stuck in the upper right corner, which is a big problem. I cannot design my own home screen moving items i use most often to the front screen.
Summary: I've had my t469 for exactly 2 years now (purchased in Spring 2010). I was a t-mobile (US) customer, and I used this phone in the US (primarily) but I also traveled with it extensively to the UK & Europe. The multi-band ability to use CDMA and GSM networks was crucial. Was it reliable? Yes.
Summary: Review: The phone is ok. It does what a phone should do and the slide out keyboard is OK. Some phones have very hard keys and some do not. The camera is only 2.1 mp so it is not good and does not have flash so the picture quality is not good.
Summary: I have had this phone for almost two years. I do not have the volume issues that was stated by the other product reviewer. I love it for texting, I would never use it to check email or surf the web. If you want to do those things, then I think you should get a smartphone.
Summary: I needed a phone fast and thought I was getting a pretty good deal. I do not think this phone was worth the price I paid for it ($70.44), I am using it and getting by, but I now feel I should have spent the extra money and bought a new one.
Excerpt: This phone is a mixed bag. Where the interface and the camera quality is above average, the phone itself suffers from being only designed by engineers, not used by them. My previous phone was a Nokia E70, and the keyboard on that one was easier and far quicker to use--on a typical keyboard, if you...