Summary: Gave this as a gift to my mom because she didn't have a reliable phone, it's ok. I didn't realize it doesn't have wifi. You can't download apps or do anything you can on a smartphone. I tried to learn how to use it so I could show her and it's pretty difficult to navigate. It also has a bunch of crap on it that you can't delete, like links to ads and dating websites etc.
Summary: I bought this phone because it seemed like it would be easy to carry in my pocket, or book bag. I am pleased with that aspect of its usability. It is somewhat clumsy when I flip it open. And it is totally unusable in any amount of daylight. Unless you use it in Plato's Republic, you will not see the lighted keypad or the inside screen. It is very difficult to use outdoors, and gets almost no reception indoors.
Summary: My intention for purchasing this phone was solely to have unlimited talk and text. My fabulous kindle can handle everything else. I like the sleek design and the qwerty keyboard is always a feature I must have in any phone just because its easier for me to text. However if you have large fingers you don't want this phone; its fine for me. The sound needs some improvements, so I mostly (90%) use the speaker.
Summary: I used to have this cellphone. Loved it except for when I was outside. I couldn't even see the screen to read or type messages. The prices here on Amazon for this cellphone is way outrageous! This cellphone is way cheaper at Boostmobile.com or even in their stores. Whoever is posting this cellphone for almost $200.00 is CRAZY! It is an older cellphone and it isn't worth $200.00 these days. Try under $100.00 to be exact!
It was functional but cosmetically just as worn out as my GFs old pink phone.
Steven Husson, Amazon
25 June 2013
Summary: I was disappointed but it was fully functional. It was intended as a replacement for a aged Sanyo pink phone but it was just as worn out so I gave it to a friend who had broken their phone recently.