Summary: The cell phone is acceptable. Outside is was scratched a bit. But it will do the job until I am eligible for an upgrade with my phone plan.. I did begin to have trouble with it turning off on me sporadically with in one week of having it. But as I said it will do for now.
Summary: There may be something wrong with the charger plug-in on the phone. I have to wiggle it to make the charging indicator (simulated battery on the phone) work. If I don't wiggle it, the charging indicator (simulated battery on the phone) will stick on one of the four white "charging" lines on the indicator. While realizing there was a 14 day guarantee, Bonanza Deals SHOULD have made SURE the phone was 100% good to go by testing everything before they advertised it.
Summary: This is a basic phone with no bells and whistles. I bought this phone for my mother because she lost her Samsung Convoy. This device doesn't hold a charge and I have already purchased an extra battery. However, for the price its okay- making and receiving phone calls aren't an issues nor are text messages, it just won't keep a charge.
Summary: I paid only $9.99 for this phone at Radio Shack last year when it was on sale. This very basic phone is great for people who do not make many calls, do not text much and do not need fancy web connection. The camera is not good and the complete user manual did not come with the phone. The phone seems to hold up the charges fairly well and the no-contract service with Verizon is a strong selling point.
Summary: The Gusto has a few things going for it: It is a flip phone, so I don't have to worry about ruining the keyboard. It is durable, so when I drop it, I don't freak out. It has a long battery life, and call quality is pretty good. BUT The alarm does not work. This is a huge problem for me and it really stinks because I would love to have an alarm on my phone that works.
Summary: It is what it is. I bought one of these at a local discount store (20 bucks) when I was having big trouble getting through short phone calls and texts. I had no bars 80 percent of the time and have since learned it may have been the work of an illegal repeater, but I digress. Since I have no land line, I rely heavily on cell phone use and I needed something reliable to handle whatever would normally come my way.