Summary: The predictive texting (T9 input method) is default on this phone for every text. If you, like me, do not like T9, you have to change this setting every time you type a new message, which wastes countless amounts of time. This aspect of the phone needs to be rethought.
Pros: Inexpensive, Durable, Lightweight
Cons: Did not meet expectations, t9 text input is a default that can't be changed!
Summary: Bad run of luck, my wife washed my phone, I broke the next one, Finally I had my new Gravity stolen. So all I wanted was a cheap basic phone. This phone has more than met my expectations. Plugged it into my computer, transferred a few files and I have photo ID and a great selection of ring tones.
Summary: ...and I like it that way. I'm not about the flash and gadgets. I want a reliable phone, with text and talking, and the bluetooth capability was a bonus. The camera is neat for making picture ID's for my list.
Summary: Had this phone for a month now and disappointed with performance of battery. It does not seem to hold the charge but for about two days and this with not much use. Used only for talking with no texting, photos, Internet, or Bluetooth. Could be a bad battery. Phone very good, otherwise.
Summary: This is an absolutely awful phone that T Mobile offers. I think they purposefully offer a phone with very limited features (worse than the phone I got from them in 2001!) so that you spend money to buy the more expensive models.