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Jul 23, 2016, 8:50 PM
for the Motorola Moto E (2nd gen., LTE/GSM):
Works well for the money, great value.
I recently switched from AT&T to Cricket because I cannot afford to have smartphones on AT&T anymore, but Cricket is affordable and the coverage similar in most places. I spent only $29.99, but got a far better device than what I thought I could afford. 1.2GHz quad-core 64-bit processor by Qualcomm and a 4.5-inch qHD screen for less than other phones in the lineup that were newer, but didn't boast as much on the specs end. Compare to ...

Oct 1, 2014, 9:47 PM
for the LG A340:
Basic, but does basic well
I have had this phone for a year and two months so far, and I don't see that ending any time soon. The LG A340 for AT&T is a very basic postpaid feature phone, but what it does do it does well. It offers me an decent organizer, a basic mp3 player, a very basic camera, and a good phone. I have better cameras available, but I find myself using the one on this phone because ...

Oct 1, 2014, 9:13 PM
for the LG Viper:
Device is okay... Android version is disappointing.
I have had this phone for about a year now. It was a gift from a friend - their old used phone - which they gave to me so that I could play around with Android. I don't have Sprint service, so I put it in airplane mode and just use it on WiFi. It was a lot of fun at first. I used the developer options to force GPU rendering, and that smoothed out ...

Jun 18, 2011, 1:25 PM
for the Nokia E75:
Best phone I've ever owned... but not a replacement for the 9300
I have had the Nokia E75 since the beginning of August 2010. This is probably the best phone I have ever owned, for features and functionality. I must say that I enjoy Active Standby (which was not present on my N75) on the homescreen, and the ability to have seperate homescreens for personal and work profiles. This phone is good for voice quality and messaging capabilities as well, and even has a forward facing camera for ...

Mar 12, 2010, 11:17 PM
for the Nokia N75:
Fantastic, versatile flip phone
I purchased this Cingular-branded Nokia N75 in near-mint condition about two months ago for a very low price. I unlocked it myself, and I am enjoying it a lot. The software on this phone is Symbian 9.1, S60 3rd Edition, with software version 20.1.172 (also known as "Tab Top"). Unfortunately, I don't like Tab Top, as it replaced S60's active standby feature in all Cingular/AT&T branded N75's. It would be alright for heavy internet/email/multimedia users, but I ...

Jan 19, 2010, 8:00 PM
for the LG LX-150:
Decent Lightweight Clamshell
I bought this phone about 2 years ago, just to sample it. I got it through a prepaid MVNO called Trumpet Mobile, which is available at RadioShack. It was inexpensive, and had a good prepaid rate per minute. It operates on Sprint's network, so coverage was decent in the Lancaster, PA, area. Coverage in the York, PA, area however, leaves much to be desired. I used it consistently for about a month and a ...

Dec 31, 2009, 12:05 PM
for the Nokia 6103 / 6102i:
Great basic phone with some extras
My brother gave me this old phone, and I tried it out for a couple of months. This T-Mobile Nokia 6103 was a nice looking little phone, although the stub antenna was a little annoying. I liked the full color outer display alot, and the FM radio feature was nice, first time I had ever had that feature in a phone. The signal strength in the Lancaster County, PA, area was excellent, though in York County, ...

Dec 31, 2009, 11:40 AM
for the Nokia 6085 / 6086:
Decent clamshell phone
I had this AT&T Nokia 6085 for about a year, from May 2008 to May 2009. I used it on and off, as I also had another favorite phone of mine (Nokia 9300) at the same time, so usage on it was light at best. It performed well, and I especially liked having the FM radio built into the phone, as that seemed to me to be a unique feature. The music player worked excellent as ...

Dec 30, 2009, 3:07 PM
for the Sanyo SCP-3100:
decent, tough clamshell
As a basic user at the time, this was a decent phone. I had it for 6 months while working for a third-party Sprint dealer, and I had few problems with coverage in the Lancaster, PA, area. However, in areas where the Sprint towers were owned by Shentel, such as York and Harrisburg, PA, coverage could get really spotty. The SCP-3100 is a tough little phone. I put it through some serious abuse, such as dropping it ...

May 27, 2009, 6:51 PM
for the HTC Dash / S620 / S621 (Excalibur):
Feature-rich phone... short life span :-(
Although I enjoyed this phone immensely, it died an early death as its software progressively corrupted until it would no longer turn on completely, and a master reset did not fix the problem. I bought it from T-Mobile USA in 2007, and it lasted me about 16 months before the end came. Apps are plentiful for the phone, and the out-of-the-box features like the document and spreadsheet editing capabilities (for the Windows Mobile 6.0 version) are fabulous. The ...

May 27, 2009, 6:21 PM
for the Nokia 6010:
Destruction Resistant!
I got my Nokia 6010 from Cingular back in 2005, and have had it unlocked since (just for fun). I still slip my SIM card in it from time to time just to see if it still works, and it always does, even after 4 years of extreme abuse. My 6010 has endured falls from third-floor balconies, submersion in puddles in my wife's old Volkswagen Jetta with a broken sunroof on a rainy day, and even once ...

May 27, 2009, 6:04 PM
for the Nokia 9300 / 9300i:
A true favorite of mine...
I have had this unlocked Nokia 9300 (North American version) for a year and two months now, and I love it. I have used it on both T-Mobile USA and AT&T Mobility networks in the Harrisburg, PA, area, and it has been a solid performer on both. Signal quality is limited only by signal availability from the carrier, and the phone will send and receive both calls and EDGE data on no bars, as long as the operator logo ...

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