Summary: Daughter bought their moxt expensive phone which broke in under a year. They said they would repair but came up with excuses when she got to the store. And you know how hard it is to call this company for help. Wasted her time and ripped her off. In my opion, the worst cell phone company, service and products.
Summary: Ok, so I have had this phone for about four months and I'm already getting a new one. This phone is just terrible, it's slow in every way possible. If you're a person who likes apps like Temple Run, Minecraft, and Fun Run, well, this phone doesnt let you download any of them. So basically this phone doesn't let you download any apps that are new or popular and even apps that are compatible with this phone force close constantly.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace my LG 900g from Net10. And while it has more features, it may not necessarily be the best upgrade from a lower end phone. So here are some pros and cons to help you decide. Pros: + Muve Music- my favorite feature about this phone as $55 dollars not only gets you 1000 talk mins, and unlimited texts and 3g Web/Data, it gets you unlimited music downloaded.
Summary: I just picked one of these up from a big box store [the yellow one] for 40 bucks. I don't think I've EVER spent 40 bucks more wisely. MUSIC - MOVIES - APPS - NEWS - WEATHER - CLOCK -40 bucks....C'mon! I'm not using this "phone" as an actual phone, nor do I plan to. I'm going to give it to my daughter so she'll stop borrowing my Android phone to play games, watch movies and listen to music.
Summary: I've had this phone since before Christmas and while it has it's flaws, it's a reliable phone and works great for it's focused audience...LOTS OF MUSIC!!! It's compact, enough of a work horse to run any app I've tried (and those my app junkie of a son tested on my phone before getting for his own), and seldom drops calls (even in situations when others are doing the "Find a Signal" Techno dance.
Summary: When I purchased this phone it worked fine. The battery life is absurd! Even if you don't use the phone, it dies within a few short hours. I had the phone less than 60 days and it would no longer hold a charge. I exchanged the phone under the manufacturer warranty and then Cricket wanted to charge me $15 to activate the phone under my existing phone number. I argued with them and they waived the fee.