These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by deuceone:
My very first cell phone
I got this phone when i was 16 in 2001. I was working at Wal-Mart, going to high school, and driving my first car a 1994 Dodge shadow V6 ES. In the jungle green color with wood-grain and cream interior. Tinted windows and a kick ass Sony CD deck. I still have this phone with the third faceplate I bought for it. A silver one that had a flipping pies of plastic that was only for show.
This phone had so many problems
This was my first call phone as an adult (2nd ever). My friend Josiah drove me to a crappy little rip of hut where they sell every type of carrier. I picked T-mobile and got this phone was I paid way to much for. I had to send it back to T-mobile 3 times for refurbished ones that were just as crappy. It was the summer after I graduated high school 2003. I have a ton of great memories ...
I had this phone for a year or so around 2004 or 2005. It totally sucked like a hoover. I have many fond memories of times I had while I used this phone day in and day out. I think this is the first phone I used text messaging on. I hated the external antenna.
Durable and reliable
Durable and reliable in ever aspect, it was my first camera phone. I treated it like gold. It had a lot of character. I had it back when I was single. I bought it in 2006 and it lasted till I woke up one morning in November 2008 and spill a glass of water on my night stand that got absorbed by my charging phone before work. (longest run on sentence)
This phone out lasted any other
This phone was great and reliable. The music function got used all the time. I loved how I could block incoming numbers. A previous review said the port doors broke on theirs but mine are still like new. It was great I got it in November of 2008 and it still works great but I upgraded to the Samsung Gravity 2 which has a full keyboard that I can never live with out now only after 2 days.
My new phone is bad ass
This phone is freakin sweet. I love it. It is my first full keyboard phone, I can finally type whats on my mind instead of T9ing, but I can still T9 text one handed while I drive. I just got the phone at a T-mobile store for $139.99 with a $100.00 mail in rebate. The sales guy threw in a car charger, a five pack of huge screen protectors, a blue-tooth, and a freakin 8GIG SD card! I couldn't ...