Summary: Works very well. The flip is a little catchy but all in all an excellent phone. My fiancee only uses this kind of phone and when we got this one I was shocked by the condition it is in taking into account the fact that these phones were discontinued. The sound quality is amazing also.
Compact, durable and cool-looking phone... for basic cell phone needs
M. L. Zambrana, Amazon
27 November 2011
Summary: Over a four-year period, Verizon sent me two "free" ($12.95 with shipping) red Juke phones as part of my service plan. After my first term of service with the Juke, I liked the phone so much that when the time to renew came along, I got the exact same model without regret; the benefit of this is...
Summary: This phone does not have much in the way of features, the screen is small, and the keys are slick, but what it does, it does just fine. The reason that I LOVE this phone is it's size! Not much bigger than a tube of lipstick. And it has the loudest ringtone volume of any cell phone I've heard.
Summary: These are good phones. They are durable, the MP3 plays well, sound is good and they are durable. I have purchased 2 of these for my grown daughters and they love them. This is an excellent price as they are way higher in the stores.
Excerpt: I love this little phone. There are goods and bads about it though. The screen is small and so are the keys (but you get used to that). The camera sucks and you can't zoom in on a picture. And, you can't use Verizon's my media retrieval with this phone. Other than that it is pretty decent.
Pros: Sound, User friendly, Reception, MP3 player, Small
Cons: Camera, Can't use my media retrieval, Time doesnt constantly display on main screen, ..its Verizon :(
Summary: This phone isn't just a candy-bar or clam shell, it's a switchblade - fun form factor, easy to use, iPod-like wheel, and excellent battery life. The only thing missing for a "music phone" (juke) is memory - it holds 4-6 songs, and there's no SD card slot to hold more.