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59 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
For the price I paid for this, it is the best deal you'll find for a phone like this one! The only 2 complaints I have about this phone is 1)the picture taking quality is poor and 2)there is no micro SD card to transfer the pictures you do take. But it does have blue tooth and you can transfer them that way or buy the USB cord for the phone. Just not as convenient as I'd like.
Great phone. Just switch your SIM card and they add minutes to your regular account. PLUS is that you do NOT have to extend your contract with ATT.
It took a while to get used to the letters because they are very small. If your fingers are big, it's hard for you to text. I have not had any problems with the phone. I actually like it better than my Black Berry phone.
This phone looks like it cost more than it did. I got it for around $58 on Walmart.com and it came with $30 worth of airtime, so that was a great deal. Yeah, the keys are a little small, but I have larger fingers and I was surprised that I had little problems typing while texting. I have a 2 year contract with AT&T, and I'm sick of the little plain Samsung phone I'm stuck with and wanted something that looked cooler and this phone is it. No, it's not a Blackberry, but I'm happy with it. I just took my SIM card out of my old phone, put it in this one and it worked like a charm. Love it! Battery life is good, as sometimes I forget to turn it off at night, and I've only had to charge it a couple times since I've owned it a couple weeks now. The preloaded wallpapers are very vibrantly colored and sharp-I l have the surfboards/tiki one and it's really pretty. Haven't tried the bluetooth feature yet. If you can find a CaseLogic cell phone holder with the magnetic flap that goes over the top, that is the case to get, it holds this phone perfectly and comes with a belt clip.
Great phone for messaging! Couple of drawbacks: no memory card slot & no video camera!
I have had this phone for over a year now. This is a great phone for texting and calling. (Im not sure about the web browser, never had it hooked up) The sound quality was above average and texting was very simple. I noticed for people who have long nails it can be kind of tricky but you'll get the hang of it. It takes GREAT pictures and they upload very well. The one I attached is of my brother in a poorly lit area. I never lost a call with it and it can last a good while with out being charged if your not talking on it the whole time. I only had one problem that JUST recently occurred and it was on my own error. The chip that connects it to the cell towers for service got damage as a result of it being thrown into a wall from my brother. At&t helped me find the problem and let me get a replacement for the phone. Other than that, the keys are kind of small and hard-ish, But once you get over that it is well worth the money! This phone comes with quite and very loud ringtones so its perfect for those who cant hear their phone that well and those who can. the reason it got four stars on 'expectation' is because it doesn't have a video option. Other than that I have gotten many compliments on the way the phone look and operates. Overall worth the money 100%
i have been through so many at&t phone and on my plan to replace them gets expensive i switched my sim card to this phone and works great no phone has lasted me as long
I love this product. The keys are a little small but easy to get used to. All in all amazing!
Easy to use, light weight, great size!
This is a cool phone. Works great. Would be nice if AT&T had better Pay As you Go calling plans. Does the job if you want something smart and simple. I am glad that Wal-Mart had a better deal on this phone than in store where it would have cost $77 in total.
my current phone was acting up and I was not due for a new phone for a few months. I bought this phone and put my sim card in and it worked fine. my account was credited the free minutes that came with it. The only downfall is the small keys for texting. If I am texting fast, I hit the wrong key. I'm still trying to figure an easier way of hitting the keys. All in all it's a good phone, calls are clear and I have good service almost everywhere.
This phone is completely like a blackberry, but a lot more affordable then other phones. I would recommend this phone for teenagers or college students.
Phone feels like a cheap toy typing on the keys I can hear cracking noises afraid to press hard because it my break. Cheap!!!!!!!!
My niece loved the phone, however beware that Walmart uses fedex smartpost and this item which was supposed to be delivered anywhere from 3rd to 9th was delivered on the 19th. I ordered it on Oct. 26th and it was in stock. It traveled to up north michigan and then went back to ohio and then back to her city. When I called Fedex they said it was a slower than snail mail type of shipping. Keep that in mind.
Was looking for a cell with full qwerty, good reception and a reasonable price. I hit the trifecta!
THE PRICES IS RIGHT FOR THE AMOUNT OF TIME I GOING TO USED IT.
I do not like this phone. The beginning is good, but later on, (for me) when you make a text message or type anything, keys will randomly do more than what its supposed to. Example? If I press the "w" key once as in where, it will show as wwwwwhere. So then I have to go back and delete the extra "w's" Which is a pain. Though the qwerty keyboard is nice when it works, there are just too many other factors that make it not as enjoyable.
I know pay as you go phones are really inexpensively made, but this phone I had no idea what a bad idea this was. Poor connection, almost a delayed answer when a call is made or received. Website showed I had proper antenna coverage, I don't. The covering on the back of the phone doesn't stay on. List goes on and on. Never again.
functionally this phone did not meet me needs. I was unable to function the keyboard. But the real trouble was with AT&T themselves. this prepaid phone plan was the most expensive one I found, But it didn't even offer web access. I returned the phone the same week I receive it.
The phone I have had since May of 2010. This month alone in the last 13 days I have had to call customer service, talk to supervisors, and talk to warranty tech support. I have been hung up, told to look for a sticker in a place (where the warranty tech, had no idea where it was located on this phone, obviously). I have been a prepaid customer of At&t's since 2004 and I'm switching after what I have gone thru this month alone not only with the At&t reps, but the supervisors, and warranty tech's. The phone has many options and yes you can do a lot with it. But here is the ? are the headaches worth it in the end?