Summary: I am satisfied with my new cell phone. I have gotten mostly Samsung products the past few years because they work longer and have an excellent battery life. I also picked thid particular phone because it can be used on the 30 or 45 dollar plan, which allows my flexibility in m budget.
Summary: I don't need bells and whistles and extra stuff. I need a telephone. This is a good one. Buttons easy to use, very clear sound, and has decent battery life. A few little nagging interface issues but not anything of a serious nature. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat. At $10 this was probably my annual, "wow, I got lucky" purchase.
Summary: The phone worked okay until the one month mark, at two months it was totally dead. Problems I have had with the phone... Shuts off mid conversation, people cannot hear me, refuses to charge on occasion, screen goes blank, will not forward text, pictures. I became frustrated when I called someone and the phone would die even when fully charged then refused to turn back on. Worst phone I have ever had and I am normally a Samsung fan.
Summary: Keyboard too small. Quite difficult to type, even for a person with small fingers. As a non-smart phone it is a good product. You can get email on it, however, don't expect much from other sites because of the small screen.
Summary: Great as a back up phone, yet I find myself using more often than my IPhone, mainly because I don't want to waste my minutes. I don't complain about using it often because it meets my expectations as a basic phone should. One flaw, more annoying than anything else, is the spacebar will type periods unless you press the very left side. Once I figured this out, (after much teasing from friends), I can type on it just as fast as any other keypad.