Summary: A great first phone for my nephew. He is eight years old. He likes it and is calling and texting his pop pop, and favorite uncles and aunts. He understands it is only a phone and if he can take care of it, he may get a smart phone next. Also good for someone that needs a phone but is on a budget. Buying air time is easy and you can get minutes online or with a card.
Summary: Having bought a new cell phone every few years for over two decades this is the first time a new phone wasn't an improvement over the old one. In fact it's the least user friendly one I've ever owned. I always liked the Motorolas Walmart and Tracfone seemed to favor and never had a problem with any of them. Now they seem to favor Samsungs so I trusted their judgement and am disappointed.
Summary: My daughter was very happy to have a cell phone again and it meets her needs adequately. If you are looking for bells and whistles, then you need to keep looking. This is a basic phone that can text and make calls. It is a reasonable price which makes it attractive to those on a budget.
Summary: I got this phone for my daughter who is walking to school this year to have as an emergency phone. Easy to activate, easy to use, and cheap! I'm not sure I would like it as an every day phone, but for the 30 second, 'hi, I'm home from school' calls, it's just fine.
Summary: I purchased this phone for myself because, as a college student, I cannot afford a regular cell phone with monthly bills. The phone comes with 20 minutes on it and additional minutes are inexpensive with the "double minutes". It is a nice small phone to use for emergencies or when I am out on the go and do not have access to my home phone.
Summary: This is well worth the price and simplicity of use is very good too. For someone who wants a no frills, or just basic phone with ease of operation, this it it and for under $10, is simply a good deal. Pick it up at the Walmart store nearest you, and save on the shipping charges.