Summary: Though a 9ice, standard n flashy phone with shortcuts dat work lyk magic, d camera n ringtone stuff sucks! Besides, it's very difficult to configure wif another sim. Other than all dis, d phone looks awesome.
Not What I Expected , REGRET BUYING THIS PHONE.. dont trust seller
23 November 2012
Summary: This phone was not what i thought it was gonna be and i didnt think the out of datedness was gonna bother me but it does. First of all every time i take the battery out i loose everything. Contacts, call and message history EVERYTHING ERASED. Second you can add contacts but when ure texting the name doesn't popup it just shows numbers, theres more but trust me this phone sucks and is not as cool as i thought plus T-MOBILE DOESN'T SUPPORT THIS PHONE ANYMORE..
Summary: Danger network is down, this phone requires you to log in to your t-mobile/danger network (won't let you because danger has officially been shut down) in order for you to save your contacts. Without the danger network you'll get calls and text messages from NUMBERS. It will never display the name. Such a shame because the phone was great too.
Summary: did not work. they were very difficlut to work with . they do not text or recieve texted messages. I ddo noty recommend them to anybody. i bought 2 of them and they were the worst thing i have bought is years.
Good Voice/Texting phone, problematic Data Interfacr
3 February 2012
Summary: The Sharp Sidekick 2008 is a good phone for teengers and is built for texting. The problem if you are a T-Mobile customer is that in 2011 T-Mobile they stopped supporting the network interface of Data to the phone essentially rendering that function useless. Sellers need to disclose this when offering this phone so that buyers know what they are buying before actually purchasing it.