Summary: Purchased it for my mother and she loves it and even got into texting. LOL I've had it for 7 months without any problems. The only issue with the phone is the unusual headset jack. I tried the Samsung adapter, but the results were poor.
One of the better basic phones. No longer made (of course)
Bill Nicholas, Amazon
23 November 2013
Summary: No longer made, this Samsung model was one of the better basic phones. The first one I had broke only after year's of constant use. Tried replacing it with same model but couldn't find one (at the time).
Summary: I've had this phone for quite some time, using the T-Mobile Pay As You Go Play. Of the many cell phones I have come across, this one has proven itself. Don't get the "old fashioned" design fool you, this phone is dependable and has only a few minor flaws.
Summary: I am not happy with this phone. I mainly text, so these gripes relate to texting: 1. When sending a text you can't type in the name of the contact and have it looked up. In the To: field you either type the number, or you have to press options, Add recipients, contacts, then you type the name of the...
Summary: If you just want to talk and text this phone works well. The keys on the keyboard are a little flat but manageable or I would have given it 5 stars. The most IMPORTANT feature for me is the feature that repeats an alert every minute when you get a new text.
read my review about the phone CASE...purchased at Amazon
Lindaj1951 "meadowcat", Amazon
23 May 2013
Summary: I accidentally wrote the criticism of this phone, on the purchase I made of the outer shell, or casing for this phone. Read that, but I wouldn't advise buying this phone....it has its own mind, turns on and off by itself (not pocket dialing, mind you), among about five other issues.