Summary: I have had my original phone (on a replacement now) for 3 months and from nearly the beginning I had issues with making calls. I'd go to a contact and press send. The timer would begin counting as though the call connected and you would expect the ringing to begin. My phone wouldn't ring once the timer started yet it rang on the receiving end and my recipient would answer and hear me, but I couldn't tell they were there because my phone never rang in the earpiece.
Summary: Thought it was the provider's aim to get good phones in the hands of the consumer so as to make money selling usage. Verizon offered me little by way of a basic phone for my wife. I used the upgrade for a new Blackberry, a much better proposition. This phone was well priced with plenty of features.
Summary: I bought a Used one to save a little money. It works fine. When I got it, I noticed one of the buttons was a little scratched up (not an issue, just forgot that I didn't buy it new.) Once I remembered I bought it used, I was impressed by how good of a condition it's in. It works fine and I like it.
Summary: The phone only lasted me 7 months but it was a trooper, I drooped it in water and drooped it off the truck Pllllenntty of times. So it was a good phone for all the things I put it threw, the only thing is you have to constantly update the roaming capabilities with Verizon option *228 to up date the towers that it is connected to as your traveling/ the phone seems like it does not automatically do it.