Easy to use phone for those who don't need their phone to do everything!
17 December 2012
Summary: I had one of these back in 2005, and retired it. Dear Daddy broke his phone, and wound up using my old one of this model. He then took it into the river, thus making me have to find an "old school flip phone" as he doesn't like the "fancy pants" phones on the market.
Excerpt: I'm using this phone because my newer one isn't working & we had a few "free" old phones from expired calling plans. This one looked like the right size, enough features, and was in the best condition of all of the cast away devices in the box.
Summary: I owned this for about 2 years, I probably got it wet about 2 times, it still worked, and was dropped tons to where the front screen covering glass was off that screen was cracked and all the black bordering around the top was off because it was dropped so much, but it still worked.
Summary: I liked the price of the phone and that's why I bought it. I dont like the fact that the phone is slow to react when you push a button but thats what you get when buying a used cell phone so I'm happy with the purchase.
Summary: I bought the phone as a replacement until my contract renews. Decent basic phone for $20, but nothing more than a holding position until for 5 months until renewal or verizon gets the iphone and I upgrade..
Summary: I bought this phone as a replacement for my 6 year old pre-paid Samsung and it seems to be a good, inexpensive replacement. The only annoyance is that the volume buttons control the ringer volume even when the phone is closed, and I've had the phone accidentally mute itself in my pocket.
Summary: Battery doesn't hold a charge; Difficult to hear caller on phone. I bought it as a replacement phone just to get me through until it was time for my upgrade. Very disappointed and had to purchase another phone anyway.