This phone is awesome and one of the best phones out right now. Love the sound and build. The customization of sense 7 is top of the line. I'm not understanding why it doesn't get the kudos it deserves but if you are looking for a great smartphone get this.
My Wife and I have been with Tracfone for over 15+ years. This was my first Android and I realized I didn't understand nothing about it. I will agree with most of the comments concerning Customer Service it can seem very poor at times. Remember this is a "Cheap Carrier". Once you get that all worked out you have a nice basic android. This Phone has always worked perfect for my Wife and I. Some massive changes to my phone have been made it is a true custom device. You can tweak these phones and have features that only come with the "High End Devices". Oh!!! I almost forgot it's "Free" and very easy to figure out. Once you figure out how to ""Root"" this Phone you can customize it to the Max. You are only limited by your own imagination and the modules(50+)that are available for your device which is running 4.1.2 JellyBean. You can put a 32GB SDcard in this phone which I did and make sure you get the Series '10' Super Ultra 32GB Card. It will cost more but will be worth it when you are looking for speed while using your device. First off ""Root"" this phone then D/L SuperUser SU. Then D/L Root Checker it will tell you if the device has "Root". I used TowelRoot <--(Look up on YouTube) it's very simple and you don't need a PC. Go to the Xposed Module Site and D/L Xposed Module Installer <--(Look up on YouTube) once that is done you have access to all the Modules that will work for your device. Go to the Xposed Module Repository and have fun customizing your device. XDA Developers Web Site has so much information about Android and anything you can think of concerning "Root" and they are very friendly and helpful. PS.. I am a Senior Citizen 6 Months ago I didn't even know what a Android was much less how to use it. If I can do this you can too. "Rooting Voids Warranty" This LG L39C Tracfone runs like it has just been given 36 Shots of Expresso right in its Left Ventricle. (Good Luck)
Just ported over from virgin mobile and so far I'm pleased. I took the offer for the free after rebate Nokia 530 and the flat 35$ a month after auto pay plan. I plan on upgrading phones at the end of the year when new Windows 10 phones come out as there should be lots of options with AT&T's selection of phones that can also be used on Crickets service since they are owned by AT&T and used there Cell towers. After my phone arrived by UPS it was a snap to set up online. I called customer service to change my account pin number for personal preference and it was no problem. Customer service was outsourced to country outside the US and the Agent seemed to be reading from a script for everything but she was pleasant enough, easy to understand, and handled my request as needed. So far I am pleased with Cricket. My signal and coverage has improved and I will save a few dollars a month with the flat 35$ a month plan. They also have a referral program as other reviewers here have noted. If your take referral within your first month of service you receive 25$ as does the referrer. This is my personal referral link. Please use and help the both of us make some money, Thanks! https://mycricket.sparkrefer.com/5D63kGc
Let's start with the memory, have the 16GB model, where at my Nexus this always has been more than sufficient at an iPhone it's to little leading to uninstalling apps. The phone it self is of good quality and if you have a Nexus easy to get used to. Though test show it might be a little slower than the Galaxy S6 I doubt that, great device working well. If I had to chose again would by it without hesitation. No doubt like using it a lot.
I was a back and forth (iPhone to Android flagship) kinda guy for a couple of years. All of a sudden, I got tired or bored with buying phones every few months, and I was ready to settle down. I richly enjoyed the various tools, and the bells and whistles on the Android flagships (for a little while at least when I was a tinkerer), but for the most part, my every day phone usage became fairly subdued and content-oriented. So, hardware-wise, considering what I valued (and with the larger iPhone 6 Plus release) I began to consider the iPhone to be on par with Android flagships like the Samsung Galaxies. The thing that had given Android handsets the slight hardware edge over the past few years for me, they're starting to phase out (replaceable batteries and SD card slots). Ultimately, it was the promise of Apple Pay expansion that got me to cross back over to permanent iPhone usage...plus, I also have both a Mac and iPad now, and it made sense to get a simplified, synchronized platform experience going. Apple's latest iOS versions have also leveled the playing field over the past couple of years as well. Additionally, in this era of surveillance on citizens, I became more convinced of the Apple security approach than those of the collective Android manufacturers. iPhone is still not perfect. My biggest gripe is with apps like the Music app. I used Power Amp on Android, and nothing beats it on any mobile platform. What's so hard about getting missing album art and offering a 10-band graphic EQ? How the company that revolutionized the mp3 player has fallen so far behind in music app software, i'll never understand. The iPhone music app is comparably horrible. Also, Apple has the annoying practice of limiting options like not allowing the setting of Google Maps as the default map app. Lastly, I've accepted that bugs are a natural part of software with any platform. At least I know that iOS updates will be more timely than manufacturer and carrier constrained updates for Android, and that it will usually address anything that i'm experiencing. Overall rating i'll give the iPhone 6 Plus is a 4/5...it's the same rating that i've given top Android handsets in the past.
The LG L39C was my first Android. PrePaid running 4.1.2 OS. I have added so many tweaks to this phone I don't know where to begin. First off "Root" this device. Once Rooted you can customize your L39C the way you like. Explore (Xposed Modules) and have fun tweaking your phone. Check YouTube for Tutorials on both "Rooting" and "Xposed Modules". Good Luck
Having owned almost every incarnation of the Samsung Galaxy series, I was convinced that Samsung made the best Android devices. It was only when my wife and I upgraded to Sony Xperia Z3 devices that I realised that other manufacturers can make good devices too! I love the built quality, features, performance, and the peace of mind that the device will still work when I accidentally dropped in the bath!
The 640 should have been launched earlier, I think. Anyways, after buying this phone, I think that it’s a good move from Microsoft and does pretty much everything which one needs from a phone. I was looking for a phone which assists me in performing my job as a Sales guy more intuitively and it has not failed me. I can edit and create business presentations anytime and anywhere like without worrying about how it will look. I was surprised with the quality of the PPT created. Best thing is that, I saved the PPT on the OneDrive and accessed it on my laptop without having to attach the phone with a USB cable. I am also happy with the Office 365 subscription and the in-built apps that come on the phone. Battery is also something which you would love on this phone and its power to multitask is quite impressive too. Not much of a camera fan, but my wife says that it does a good job in that section as well. So all in all, I give this phone thumbs up and declare it as a good value for money.
The Lumia 640 XL is the best money I have ever spent on buying a phone. The phone not only looks good but also performs smoothly. I love the fact that all Lumia phones come with in-built Microsoft services. In this case, the phone also comes with an Office 365 subscription for a year. I was able to create a PPT on my way to Office when it was a time crunch and had to close a report for a client just like I would have done it on a desktop or a laptop. I also loved the camera on the phone and the exclusive photography apps like the Lumia Moments and the Storyteller. I can do much more than simply click pictures with my Lumia 640 XL. The phone’s quad-core processor is pretty fast and lets you multitask pretty smoothly. Gaming on the large screen of the app is also delight. You would love to play the NFS underground. The phone’s battery is also good. Even after using it heavily, it easily lasts for one day. Another plus point on all Windows phones. Overall, the phone’s a great bet and I would recommend to all working people and students as well.
We have been using Tracfone for years and I don't understand how Tracfone is more expensive than ANY contracted service. It has cost my wife and I very little to use Tracfone compared to Verizon and we have been able to use the service all over the US without any problem. As for customer service, the phone reps have been very kind; you just have to be patient with them. Yes, I have had some difficulty understanding some at times but nothing that can't be overcome with a little patience. If you call up and start yelling at them you won't be very successful. I've noticed that with customer service you have to realize these are people who are trying to HELP you and they're not your enemy. Most of the time it's something YOU failed to do or something technical and not their fault. You might get a bad phone occasionally but most of the time everything works. I could be wrong because I haven't used a lot of different carriers but I'd like someone to show me how Tracfone is more expensive than any major carrier.
Cricket, which is owned by AT&T, is pretty much the best price for the AT&T coverage it offers. It doesn't have the best customer service (which isn't really a surprise since it is owned by AT&T), but for $35/month for unlimited talk, text and 2.5GB of data, I can overlook the bad customer service because, hopefully, I won't be dealing with them too often. With that said, I have 2 pieces of advice for those looking to switch to Cricket: 1.) DON'T fall for the Rebate and 2.) Take advantage of the $25 credit referrals. 1.) Don't get lured into their "free" phones! I (and many others you can read about online) have never received the rebate, even after hours of talking to reps on the phone and online. If that didn't take up enough time, the time and energy to keep remembering to check online to see your rebate's progress just isn't worth it. It's much better to just bring your own device and insert their sim. 2.) Also, if you’re planning to or just joined Cricket, make sure to take advantage of the FREE $25 credit!: https://mycricket.sparkrefer.com/4atZNFW. If you use a referral within your first month of service Cricket will give the new customer and the referrer $25 in credit! (This has been the only promo in Cricket that I have found to work lol.) So, Cricket's customer service isn't anything to rave about, but for a simple, affordable monthly plan, Cricket can't be beat!
Defense Mobile is a new no contract wireless provider that only serves veterans and military families. Their plans are not the cheapest but for the money you get a lot more than other lower grade pre-paid carriers. They have unlimited talk & Text plans with 4g LTE data. Their web site is www.defensemobile.com - I have had their service now for months and I came from AT&T. I waited for a while to get visual voicemail but now that have it and so the experience is 100% like AT&T but I save about 50% off of what my old bill used to be AND I get additional stuff! free email account firstname.lastname@example.org (was kin of a pain to set up) but with free 25GB of storage. An app called Milsource which is really helpful when it comes to hunting for veteran benefits, I found out my state gives me a property tax credit that I didn't know about $$$!! and I got their debit master card called Milicash and its a great debit card and got me an additional 10% off my phone bill for paying my monthly bill with it and I guess it gets you cash back on other purchases and military discounts. Overall their customer service is a 10 out of 10 and I like that they give back to military charities, they send a nice email out talking about their giving which is a nice touch. I recommended them to about 5 or 6 fiends who are also now customers. I really like this company and want to see them do well.
I have decided to purchase this phone because of its weird but unique design. I wanted to be different from the crowd. I was really amazed when i tried to explore this phone. This is really the best from both worlds. I'm into retailing. Most of the time, i uses excel word powerpoint and pdf for new designs that forwarded to me by hundreds of my shoes supplier. And this phone is my buddy. It can do whatever I want. Apps? I didnt feel that there's something missing. Blackberry app developers have provided the bb storefront a alternative for snapchat, facebook messenger and vine and even our preloved instagram. I will gonna recommend this powerpacked gadget for everybody. Not just for power professionals, but for everyone who wanted to make their work done so easily.
do not use the edge plan!!! total rip off, was told numerous times by the agent there would be no raise in my monthly rates only one time 20.83 charge to up grade, you have to turn in your old phone or pay 299.00 you get nothing for it and pay 499.00 dollars for new phone.20.83 per month for 24 months no recourse as it was after 14 days when I discovered exactly what I got into, why would you pay 499.00 for a phone you could get free in 6 months, as soon as get it payed down to where another comp will buy out the contract am leaving phone service is actually not bad but I hate being taken advantage of and lied too o.t.
I love this phone. The build of it is beautiful. The display is gorgeous. I generally use my phones for videos games and Internet. Also texting. And I like using landscape and the added use of the landscape is great. And the games are fast and the videos are great. I thought my 5s was great but this phone blows it out of the water. And the camera and video it shoots. Fantastic!! I've had this phone for about two weeks and cannot put it down. Saying the battery lasts for two days is a lie. But I never got more than a day out of any device and this one is great. It will last about the same amount as my iPad mini, which I haven't even used since I got this phone. Great phone altogether. And the size you will get used to quickly.
I have owned several smart phones and the Galaxy Note and Note 3 and let me tell you the Note 4 is the best of the best. A screen that no other phone can match and excellent battery life as well as super fast operation and apps that are designed to help you in every day occurrences. This phone has it all including fast operations... this will be my fine for 4 years... no doubt...
Pioneer Telephone's Rate Buster long distance service is dependable, and their 2.7 cents-per-minute pricing is attractive. When you call them for customer service, such as paying your account balance over the telephone, you often are greeted by a live U.S.-based account representative. If there is a phone queue, you will be routed to a live representative within one minute. This is superior service to what we have experienced with our local telephone provider, a well-known Fortune 500 company. One concern here: when I started my subscription, the applicable fees were $1.99 for paper statements, 25 cents for a Telephone Infrastructure Fee, and Federal and State taxes imposed as a percentage of that month's long distance usage charges. Those are reasonable charges for client bills. However, Pioneer recently added a brand-new $1.99 "Regulatory Recovery Fee" to each monthly bill. This fee is not a tax and is not required by law. The new fee comprises what economists call a "stealth price increase". "Fee creep" is a disturbing trend, as many larger telecom companies use this backdoor approach for getting more money from customers while continuing to advertise low prices. I realize that revenues for long-distance landline telephone providers are not increasing, as huge numbers of U.S. households in urban areas are canceling their landline service, or switching to cable-based "digital voice" substitutes. I would encourage Pioneer to reconsider this new fee, or at least lower the fee for their existing customers, because it makes Pioneer seem to be more like megacorp telecom providers in an unflattering way. Given a steep decline in consumer demand for landline long-distance services, long-distance carriers should do everything in their power to be up-front about their total pricing and their total value proposition. Overall, at this time I still thoroughly appreciate using Pioneer Telephone as the landline long-distance provider for our residential home. Other than the unfortunate introduction of "fee creep" into customer bills, I find their long-distance service to be reliable and high quality, and their customer service first rate.
Best android phone ever made to this price keep making HTC......... .......xxxxxxxxx,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,
I am ACHI and here is my review after using 6 plus since the day it is
launched. I was one of the few people who got this phone. I will not write
about the specs and about my experience as it is offcourse awsome. However, i
would like to kick the butts of those android users who consistently tried to
let down this phone. Right from the bendgate to hairgate to the camera
comparison with lame Nexus 6 people trie dto critisize and let down this
phone. But this phone is a beast this phone has an attitude like Rocket. This
phone is a guardian of the mobile galaxy because it has innovation inbulit
and in its blood. Android users are like thanuas and roman loosers as there
phone looked silly and same like other android phones.
Ive had this phone for about a week now and I use it alongside my s5....I love the design of the phone and it feels better to hold in the hand than my s5 and for an iphone it has a good battery life...it's nothing compared to my s5 but it still lasts me a full day on one charge. In terms of app availability the app store has the same amount of app availability as android does but in my time with both phones Ive realized that there are a few apps available on the google play store that I preferred to use that just weren't available in the apple app store. However still a decent phone and I love it just as much as I do my s5.