Not good as a phone, but works well as a GPS logger!
5 March 2014
Summary: The Samsung Intercept was my first smartphone. It has such a small amount of RAM that even the most basic of operations takes forever. Often, when receiving a call, the phone would ring but not respond to my attempts to answer the call. Finally, the phone would spontaneously reboot. I'd end up calling the person back 5-10 minutes later. Do NOT consider this device for use as your main phone! This was Virgin Mobile's first Android phone.
Summary: This phone will work nicely for the first month or two and then the freezing and slow startups will begin. Also, when placing a call, it can take somtimes up to five minutes for the call to go through. I'd hate to see if you needed to call 911. This phone is worthless and it should be a crime that this phone is over 100 $. Samsung should be embarrassed that they even designed this phone.
Summary: I am very displeased with the phone. I expected it to be better than my recent phone the kyocera rise that I purchased for only $35.00. I was horribly wrong. I cannot download any other apps because it makes the phone go slower than it already does, not to mention they crash. All it can do is call and text, however the reception for both of them are horrible.
Summary: - cannot download apps - have to reset phone to get messages, answer phone calls, vibration kills battery fast - no connection inside stores - text messaging has messages appearing before new messages