Summary: Not quite as good as my T-401G but I use Net 10 service and one day my phone just wouldn't connect anymore. Neither would my husband's. So I called Net 10 and found out they it had something to do with a change in carrier and they said phones ending in G would no longer work in my area, that I had...
Summary: only thing that annoys me is that there is a 160 character limit and you can not have multiple pages of text. as long as you texts are short you will be fine but if you like typing a short story then you will have to send it in chunks.
phone works fine but price jacked up after wait on the delivery
Jody Lynn, Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: title says it all. this phone was supposed to be 44.00 approx., not 67.00. hope they fix this. I was happy to wait for the phone. It was a replacement for the same kind that is broken, but all we need is a basic like this with a qwerty key board. However, don't pull something like this.
Looks Awesome in an (MetroPCS/StraightTalk) Rubberized Design Cover!
8 December 2013
Summary: Has slightly larger display and better resolution/contrast for texting than my previous Samsung T401G. Really like the Voice Dialing/Commands option when hooked-up to Bluetooth headset when driving. Qwerty keyboard shape/layout with slightly raised keys is taking some time to get used to.
Summary: This is a big step up from the previous Samsung slider I had with Trac-Fone. Long battery life, 4- 5 days general use. Not a smartphone but full features and truly excellent signal reception in central NY State using plentiful Verizon towers.
Summary: First of all, Net 10 has great prices but rotten customer service...This phone isn't that easy to use; seems like you have to jump through hoops to get to the camera so don't rely on it for anything thats happening fast. Very, very easy to bump the volume button so thats a pain.