Face it, kyocera phones are like little plastic hammers in the world of tools, low class and obsolete. im surprised verizion still carrys them. i have had a few come my way and nothin good ever came outa them. basically bad phones.
I have found better made phones in the toy store. The Barbie phones last longer. This brand is not only a poor brand but I've never heard of them till I worked for a cell phone company. I would get these in all the time and they would complain that we no longer carried them and they wanted accessories. They would also want me to fix them. I would tell them that the company went out of business and we can't fix nor get parts or accessories for the phones. I told them this because I believed it myself. I see a brand new phone from this company (made this year) and I instantly think it was made in the early 90's and just got out of storage and now they are selling it as a "new" phone.
Virgin Mobile is no longer a virgin! Kyocera is the slut of all phones and virgin mobile is the only carrier that supports this slut of a third world barbie phone piece of crap brand. Kyocera is so freaking stupid! I hear in 2009 they are coming out with a color screen phone! Dang they are on top of technology. Why do they even exist? It's not like the phones work or are even remotely cool. I posted my last thing on here like 4 months ago and it's no surprise that there are no Kyocera fanboys defending their stupid black and white color screen phone. How very sad.
I know it has been a while -- almost 1 year but I'm new to this site and I have been with this company long before it was call Kyocera. In fact it use to be Qualcomm Personal Electronics ( QPE back in the day ). And I have to admit we have made some bad phones and some great phones! We stand behind all of our products. we are on top of new technology. We were the first company to come out with the smart phone (T2), we were the first company to come out with color/touch screen (T3), NFC ( near field communication)(E2000) But no one wants to use it.I would love to use my phone to buy a soda at the vending machine instead of looking for change! In fact we are ahead of the rest of the industry. How many companies use AWS? and how many still use ... (continues)