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ZTE Aspect Lands On T-Mobile's Web Site

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Jan 26, 2013, 3:47 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

T-Mobile USA recently began selling the ZTE Aspect, an entry-level monoblock QWERTY device for messaging, on its web site. The Aspect features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and support for microSD memory cards. The Aspect, which is sold by AT&T as the Z431, runs a proprietary operating system and offers basic messaging and calling functions. The ZTE Aspect costs $69.99 and does not require a contract. It is compatible with T-Mobile's prepaid monthly service.


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Jan 27, 2013, 9:21 AM

ZTE = Junk, no warranty, bad repairs, rude customer service

Stay away from ZTE unless you like returning your phone after two months and then getting it back still broken.

ZTE CEO Lixin Cheng appears to have little concern in honoring warranty. ZTE has bad record of profitability and struggles to stay in the US cell phone market.

CEO Lixin Cheng claims national office in Richardson Texas, but don't try calling them. All you get is a prerecorded message. If you can't contact national office, what kind of company would ZTE possibly be.

My phone ear receiver quit two months after I purchased it at Radio Shack. Radio Shack would not accept the return, nor would Boost Mobile. They told me that I had to return the phone to ZTE. I did that and it took 17 days to get the phone back to me.......
Their phones may be horrible, but they aren't struggling. ZTE is one of the two companies that has increased their year over year sales by the very most, the other being Huawei. Both companies do make low-quality devices, but, apparently lots of peop...
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