It functions, and it's worth it for the low price.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: At Sprint this phone is currently free. For that price it is definitely worth it! However, internet is a bit slow and some texts are received out of order or with the wrong time marked (which is sometimes fun since it looks like you were texted from the future, but it gets old when you cant find the latest text). A QWRT keypad is a must, I will never go back to T9, and while the keys are small you adjust and can type quickly.
Excerpt: The 2700 is an excellnet mid-level phone that has gps, calender, a qwerky keyboard, a lock feature (that doesn't work for me, my phone has pocket dialed on several occasions, and then went on to speakerphone, that was a really bad, it happened in a concert.), bluetooth, countdown, alarm clock, web, etc. I personally don't like the web it's on 3g. It's way too slow.
Excerpt: I bought the Sanyo SCP-2700 about a year ago...well, I actually got it for free with my upgrade. I liked that it had a keyboard versus just using the number pad keyboard for texting. I text a lot so pushing #2 to get a C was getting really old! Originally I didn't plan on getting online much with this phone, but I've started getting online more just recently. It's a good phone for texting - I love how it keeps your texts separated by person (who you're texting with).
Excerpt: The Sanyo-SCP-2700 is a nice, lightweight phone. It seems durable and it is very easy to use. I like having the QWERTY keyboard. The disadvantage to this phone is that it is not a flip phone or slider phone. I will need to buy a hard case cover for it so that my screen does not get scratched up. This phone was free as it was an upgrade for me. I also purchased one for each of my two teenage daughters. It only comes in two colors, pink and blue.
Mediocre phone and service. I wish I could switch.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have Sprint phone and phone service, and I am not impressed with their customer service or their product! My phone is almost a year old and was almost $200 and definitly needs to be replaced as soon as possible. I don't mind paying for something, but I expect it to last. You get what you pay for is not exactly the case here. I guess I'm getting what I deserve, though because I had this exact phone before and had to replace it before it was a year old as well.
Summary: When my Samsung Seek broke, I changed to the Juno. I am NOT very pleased - the phone is lightweight plastic, seems more for a kid. Not much memory, and no expansion slot. Buttons are small and tight together, and hard to press. Navigation/settings are difficult. The color is pretty, but it seems awfully cheap for the price. I plan to change phones again soon, I'm THAT unhappy.
Summary: it is good cell for a kid just after there first cell the buttons are to small and hard to see but is easy to find how it works no card it be better it is had one i like it but be much happyer if i did better picking and no book are any thing on how to set up and do things but like i said it easy to do after u get piss off but if u wear glass put tham on
Pros: It is very good at texting and is very easy to use for someone that just needs a basic texting and phone for calling. It is also pretty much indestructible. I have dropped it onto concrete probably 10 times and nothing has broken. I am comfortable pla
Cons: Don't even attempt to get on the internet. It is not compatible with anything except the homepage. Which it navigates ridiculously slow. It also cannot take videos and you cannot watch any videos on it either. The camera also sucks and has no flash.