Excerpt: So I received this phone about a week ago and all I can say I got what I expected. its not bad. When i first unwrapped the phone I noticed the shiny glossy of it. It also has a hug 2.3 inch screen. Before I had the crappy virgin mobile jax. Now I'm not ashamed to take this phone out. ANother good this is the battery life.
Virgin Mobile slash is a good phone for an infrequent user
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I recently bought the Slash to replace my old Virgin Mobile phone. I like Virgin Mobile because it's a pay as you go service (for the most part, I think they have monthly packages too) and I'm not a big phone user. I like the Slash. It looks cool, the slider function is nice, it's just the right size and weight, and it has a camera. You can download some cool games if you want and my kids like to play them. You can also download ringtones of popular songs.
Summary: It's a nice phone I just didn't use it because Virgin Mobile no longer has 1,000 txt plan for newly activated phones. By the way the Samsung Slash's camera sucks =[. I give it 3 stars, from a scale of 1-10 its between 6-8.
Summary: I transferred over to Virgin Mobile after having much difficulty with T-Mobile. I am very happy with Virgin and my Samsung Slash. I get service everywhere. The sound quality through the earpiece is decent. The buttons are big enough for easy entry. It's pretty basic and not too flashy, but it's stylish enough.
Excerpt: I bought this mobile as a gift to my young brother, he was turning 14 and have showed an interest in mobile phones. We had a conversation some time prior, about what features he would like or dislike - without giving him the idea I'm about to buy it to him. Anyways, after I bought the mobile phone it really seems a sleek and beautiful design, suprisingly fast but lacking alot of features.
Pros: Cool design, easy access to most features, fast menu
Cons: Features poor, battery seems to be a bit weaker,
Excerpt: I bought the phone as a present for my husband who is very much your average Joe and only interested in using the phone as a mobile means of communication only. He had always expressed interest in my SGH-E530 but was always put of by its feminine colour so when I saw the SGH-M310 and a Samasung too I thought I had stuck gold. Although the design is good the graphics leave much to be desired.
Pros: Sleek contemporary design
Cons: Graphics set for people with 20 20 vision only it seems
Excerpt: How do i get rid of the "re:" feature at the beginning of every text message reply i send? even though i delete it, it still appears on my friends phone. also, i don't like how if my phone has been off, and someone has sent me a text message, it will not give me the "real" time it was sent, but the time it is currently so i have no idea when the text message was really sent. anyone know how to fix these two problems?
Summary: Hola, os voy a contar acerca de mi teléfono anterior al actual que tengo (Nokia C3-01). Lo adquirí por allá en el 2007. Siempre fui fiel a los Nokia, pero me envió a mi casa Movistar una promoción especial Día del Padre, que por pocos puntos, y suscribiéndome a la Zona Azul Movistar (ya apuntaban maneras "enganchando" a los clientes con 12 o 18 meses de permanencia) me regalaban por 0 € este bonito móvil.