Reviews and Problems with Samsung M910 / Intercept
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Samsung 3.2 mega junk
Frustrating Phone, Amazon
3 May 2013
Summary: I have own this phone for over a year. At first it was a great phone, then after a few months. I started having issues with it. It would shut down on me at least 15 times a day. At lot of time I wasn't able to receive or send text, ( that on other hand might have been the Virgin Mobile carrier).
Summary: I am not a phone snob so it doesn't take much to please me. This phone is very basic and low maintenance but its enough for me. If you like the bells and whitsles don't get this phone you will not be pleased. I just needed something to talk on and keep my calendar. I got what I paid for.
Summary: I like the flip up keyboard, but I'm still getting used to the touch screen. Don't like having to take my gloves off when I'm outside because there isn't enough heat with gloves on to operate keys. The phone is also sluggish when it's cold.
Summary: This is not a bad phone...especially at the right price. It does "freeze" up like some other reviewers wrote, but is an stylish and full-featured phone...my daughter likes it. Give it a BIG memory card to save yourself some grief.
Summary: It Came In On A Good Day About Two Weeks The Only Thing That Bordered Me Was It Said (Gray) And It Came In Pink That Made Me A Little Mad But Im Pretty Sure A Cover Will Do Just Fine So Thanks
Excerpt: it isnt a teriible phone, all though i do find myself getting quite upset with it at times, at times it can be wroking flawlessly and at other times i just wanna throw it into the wall, if i had a choice i would of just got another phone for the money i spent on this one.
Excerpt: This phone gets the job done but I often find myself groaning with impatience because of the lag on it. If the battery dies or the phone is turned off it takes forever to come back on. I get poor reception and the internet lags out something horrible.
Summary: On the plus side, the price is right for both the phone and the service: unlimited data, texting, and 300 minutes for $25 per month. On the minus side, Virgin Mobile's support is nonexistent, and the coverage is spotty outside major urban areas.