Good phone for those who want web and GPS but don't want a "smart" phone.
22 October 2013
Summary: Good value and better signal reception by far over my old handset. The keys are printed slightly offset so I had to get used to the difference in typing but not that difficult. Talk sounds good.
Summary: I bought this phone because i was with a very standard flip phone and I really had trouble typing words on it so i went to Ebay and wanted to find a phone with a keybored ran by Virgin Mobile than I found this and looked at all the posted information about it and purched it my item was only 20.00 online.
Summary: I wanted a phone that I could use just to talk and text. Was not interested in internet or having apps since I have a tablet that handles all those types of things. It is very easy phone to use, the set up of the buttons makes texting a breesze abd it has a blinking light when you have a call or text, so you always know without looking at the screeen, if you received a call. It has great colors and so easy to navigate.
Samsung Freeform III . . . Simple, Cheap and Solid
26 May 2013
Summary: The Samsung Freeform III is perfect for what I need it for. It has good reception in my area. The keyboard is comfortable to use which allows me to text more efficiently. Small enough to keep in my pocket and use it at work. Has withstood a couple of falls and spills but still working. Definitely recommend it if your looking for something simple, cheap and solid.
Summary: The phone is easy to use and serves it's purpose as a phone, just don;t expect to go surfing the web California Rip Tide Style, its slow and lackluster. If you want a phone that makes calls and texts, than go for it, it is worth the money! Good as a phone only, just not for web use.