Excerpt: This was my first Verizon cell phone. Before it, I had a chunky flip phone on a different carrier. This phone was tiny in comparison! It was a neat little phone. I loved the music that I could upload and listen to (if iPhones were out then, I wasn't aware of them). The little spin dial was easy to operate. Texting was an interesting accomplishment on the tiny little keys, but once you get used to it, you don't know any better.
Summary: I love listening to music on the music player. The phone I use as a spare phone.I like the small size. It fits into a pocket and I like the way it unfolds and holds a charge. I don't use it as my primary phone, but it is a great backup phone.
Easy, low tech, small phone that can take a beating
28 March 2013
Summary: If you're looking for a low-tech, tiny phone, this is it. Pros: Tiny Easy to flip open with one hand MP3 player (with great sound) Speaker phone works very well Easy, small buttons for small hands Features T9 text (can use ABC) Easy set up Can access Get it Now for games, etc (I never have) Long battery life Cons: I have had difficulty with the earpiece jacks breaking, but it must be noted that I very regularly rip my earpiece cord out of the phone from getting it caught...
Excerpt: Phone also has bluetooth, and so you can add a wireless headset to it, which is great, since the headset/headphones that come with it are wired and very annoying, because you get mixed up in them. Last thing is the battery life. To me it is very good. I talk about 900 minutes per month, and since getting it two months ago I have charged the phone 4-5 times. When you listen to music you lose battery faster than just talking.
Excerpt: I would recommend getting a case for carrying it as it tends to flip open in your pocket and could lead to you accidentally breaking the phone. Basic features and a relatively low price tag for a phone mixed with the wow factor you get from people when you flip it open, I’ve lost count of the people demanding to see my phone, make it a pretty cool investment for people that just need the basics in there cellphone and don’t want to carry a mp3 player as well.