ZTE WARP= poor quality poor reliability poor customer service
pixelpadre, Phone Arena
28 January 2013
Excerpt: Bought this unit and it failed after 2 months of crappy service. Phone was buggy and even had a disappearing caller keypad. Ear receiver spontaneously quit after two months and Radio Shack and Boost wouldnt touch it. I got an RMA from ZTE. I got my phone back after 17 days and it was still broken. I had to pay shipping there and they paid shipping back via 5 day ground. Not in any hurry I noticed.
Cons: Poor quality crappy electronics, Poor customer service, Chinese cust reps have contempt for americans, No warranty rights, Battery short life, Misplaced android buttons on wrong side of phone, Fake National Office in Texas does not answer calls, Major Scam company
ZTE SCORE & CRICKET SUCKS, MUVE MUSIC IS A LIE!!!!
topnotchdiva1, Phone Arena
29 June 2012
Excerpt: I have had this phone for about 6 months and everything that Cricket Wireless promised they lied. First of all Muve Music SUCKS! It works very slow and only has a portion of the music on their. The internet is NOT unlimited it only allows you 1 GB and then the phone slows down horribly you cannot even surf the web. Most of the apps in the App Market are not free and require purchase. The speakerphone on the phone sucks and calling ppl is hard to hear each other.
Pros: Display, Text Messaging, A variety of free apps
Cons: Battery Life, Slow Proccessor Speed, Internet Limit of 1GB with Cricket Wireless, Small Size, Bad Cricket Service, Calling & Reception, Limited Features and Multimedia, Low speakerphone & phone volume, Easily shows fingerprints, Poor Customer Service, Low Density Camera & Camcorder
Excerpt: I'm in the process of returning this phone. The OS works great, the hardware runs really well, and the camera isn't half bad either. However, even after downloading a battery defender app, setting all apps so they don't update, turning off searching for wifi / bluetooth, and lowering the screen brightness - the battery for this phone only lasts about 8 hours - less if you actually talk on it or use it.