Summary: This phone was a hoot. I could only ask for a better battery life (since this phone was made to flaunt the 3G band), USB in place of proprietary connections, and FM Radio. I would never upgrade to another Slider if the standard Propel came with these.
Summary: A lot of the letters don't type for texts. The function button does not work also. I think the only vowel that works is E and U. makes it tough to text. The phone itself, the model, I love. I had one exactly like this one for 6 years, and it was so dependable and sturdy. Guess I will have to look for another one.
Summary: This was a replacement phone for same phone, so obviously I LOVE it. Very pretty phone(I had the white with red before this one is blue and much prettier) and pretty user friendly. You can customize the display shortcuts, chose audio files for your ringtones,pictures for your walllpaper etc. An ok camera but have to have a microSD card to store much or receive picture texts. The qwerty keyboard is easy to use and not too small. You can record audio as well.
Summary: Works great for calls and texts while using it on Consumer Cellular network. Data and picture messaging doesn't work so well with that network, but the phone should be capable of it on AT&T networks.
Summary: I can't use a smart phone, but using my regular phone to text was starting to become a problem. When I have to do 4-4 4-4-4 to say hi, it's just too much, and then when I started typing like that well, 4-4-4 8 9 2 7-7-7-7 8 6-6-6 6-6-6 2-2-2 7-7-7 2 9-9-9-9 9-9-9. I like the full keyboard on this phone, because I don't have to make as many strokes to say the same thing, and it looks like a blackberry, only blue...is that a blueberry?