- dude these phones are relativly high end phones. these are so cheap because of a contract. without one they are about like 300-400 dollars!
- —Guest allknowing
prepaid is the way to go
- my hubby and i use net 10 prepaid phones.. no fancy features... basically for emergencies and such.. for both of us we spend $30 each month.. the minutes roll over.. at this time i have 600 and some minutes left and don't need to get minutes until mid march... our brother in law is a cell phone sales rep -- even he says for just making calls (no fancy features) prepaid is the way to go...
- —Guest tonya
- I have a tracefone and it works well no matter were Iam. It is cheap
A good phone, is a phone !
- Let me start by saying, I am a "baby-boomer" , yes one of those ! I bought my first "cell" 5 years ago, AT&T Go-Phone, (Nokia -3590) for emergencies , I'm old,my mom is Well, she's up there ! Anyway last week, 2 more phones later, now with T-Mobile no-contract, still ! I refuse to let any carrier screw me any more than they already do ! Last week my "ol Nokia 6030" ,(3rd phone) fell off a counter and decided to "go on vacation" ! I wound up going on-line and found a site for the codes to un-lock the 3590 & 6010 (neither has a dedicated navigation button so using them with T-Mobile is a unique experience! Just bought a "new-- old phone" $100.00 at Tiger Direct. A 3 1/2 year old new phone, Maybe some reader's will recall it- HTC Faraday 2125; or Cingular 2125; or Orange SPV C 600; or Qtek A8300, (what I got). Basically, all I need is a phone that works, send & receive calls. After searching around for un-locked phones, (use almost any carrier with Quad-Band) this was my choice. Seems OK
my cell phone ordeal!
- so i had my cell phone right by the sink and the sink was full of water! i was getting ready to put together a bowl of cereal when i turned around and bumped my cell phone right into a full sink of water and it sunk to the bottom. i quickly removed the cover and the battery and put it in a bowl of rice (which soaks up the excess moisture.) it has been sitting in that same bowl of rice for 3 hours out of 2 days. hopeully it will work!
- —Guest anonymous
- easy to use, long battery life, ok tones, less then 40 bucks
- —Guest kari
- After years of having a separate cell phone and a separate pda, it was time to invest in a Smartphone. Our choice was the Palm Centro, offered by AT&T. The primary reason was the presence of the Palm OS and the rebate offered by AT&T. After more than 6 months, my wife and I are very satisfied with our Palm Centros (mine is black, hers, white).
- —Guest Michael Diamant
what is the cheapest/best phone for teen
- personally i think the LG scoop is the best it offers great and easy texting its affordable for your parents to buy and there is hardly ever problems with it
- —Guest hamilton 20 teen
- I Can Describe The Nokia 1100 In 1 Word........ CRAP
- —Guest Rdean
- The Nokia 3020 with it's side lights & signal for a voice mail recieved was great for my hard of hearing life. It's battery life was very respectable. Sadly, no one makes anything close to that. The aim appears to be for inadequate pictures & music, replacing cameras & sound systems.
- —Guest Francis
Best budget Phone
- Asus P320. It has got Windows Mobile 6.1. Touch screen. WiFi and numerous other features.Probably the best buy for its budget. And it is not at all bulky.
- —Guest Rahul
Regulate them theives!
- There are too many budget plans and phones. I always seem to get a phone that doesn't exist any more. I think Tom Toms or smoke signals work better any way.
favorit cell phone
- My favorite is the Iphone. It is a little hard to get used to especially sending text messages but after a week or so, it gets easier. I'm still learning how to use the many applications, but it is the only phone I found is fun to use, and I've had tried quite a few. Besides my Iphone, the Blackberry is pretty cool, but nothing compares to the new Iphone to me.
Many Free cell phones w carrier contract
- So many free phones along with a carrier contract, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Nextel, Alltel offer free mobile phones when you sign up for a new plan. That's the BEST time to buy or get a free cell phone, all the hot models even pda's are free some with bonus cash back. Carriers are awesome but also check with the online vendors like FreePhoneWithPlan.com an alternative store choice to compare all the carriers in one place, compare all the latest cell phones and carrier plans to see what works best for you. Online dealers i found are way more personable, more friendly and actually helpful. I shop for all my cell phones online for the better cellular prices. T-mobile offers the regular 2 year contract term BUT if you are new credit or have not so good credit AND tmobile is in your area, go to mobile as they have a 'flex pay' plan with NO CONTRACT for hard to qualify for folks. I liked that, helps you get established and awesome deals for a brand new top seller cell phone.
- —Guest Auntiedote
budget cell phones
- samsung slash can use speakerphone with slider closed. lg600 on net10/tracfone prepaid the best phone tracfone/net10 have offered has bluetooth & decent speakerfone net10 version come w/6 hours airtime/60 days with activation any phone offered by net10 that has $30 loaded on it upon activation
- —Guest dan