Overall, a pretty decent 4G (HSPA+) Android phone and plan ($30/mo). If you spend several hours a day on the phone, or stream a ton of data, videos, etc., this may not be the best deal for you though. I have used T-Mobile for several years now and never had coverage problems in my area. In the past month, I've had to pull the battery a few times and force a reset due to wonky ROM issues on startup, so it can be flaky, but that's not a deal-breaker. Comes loaded with a lot of useless apps, but it's easy to just ignore them, or take a chance and root your device, then remove them. Calls are very clear, but the speakerphone is just OK - I was told there is some noticeable echo. Some advice though, before you purchase, make sure you understand Android OS and what it brings to the table. I'm tired of reading negative reviews that complain about something Android is not doing, can not do, or include the statement "it's not an iPhone", but have nothing to do with the phone itself. That simply means you went in to this without doing any real research ahead of time.
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