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.
Ive had this phone for almost 5 months now and despite the infamous touchwiz software on it I have never faced any lag or stutter with the phone it runs smoothly. The display is great and the battery life is amazing...even on the days when I tend to use the phone more heavily I still get a good 24 hours out of the battery and on those days when I hardly use it I get a good day and a half out of a single charge...it has one of the best battery lives Ive ever gotten out of a phone. My only complaint which is a minor one is that it occasionally restarts itself from time to time but this is more of a nuisance than a problem considering it always happens when the phone is sitting idle and never when it's being used. Overall great phone
Big beautiful screen, outstanding battery life, lag free, bloat free phablet, pure stock android, speedy updates, very quick charges, decent camera, good design , wish it were 5.5 inch screen but its still beautiful.Feels really good in hand has fast internet and excellent reception. Love the build quality, the new Android 5.0 is awesome. i Have little to no complaints.
I bought this phone about 5 months ago and it has definitely served me well. Speed wise, it would be nice to get some LTE but it's pretty good. Decent amount of storage and it the build isn't terrible either. I have noticed that the battery decreases faster and faster now but I always have a charger around so that doesn't matter much for me. Great starter smarthphone
I've been with ATT for around 4 years, and I have zero complaints. Prior to them, I used Verizon and Sprint, both of which caused me much grief when it came to coverage and ripoffs. I can use my ATT phones anywhere and maintain consistent perfect coverage (anywhere in the U.S., both urban and rural). As another person mentioned, it seems that only angry, dissatisfied customers bother to leave comments here. I'm willing to bet that those same people are dissatisfied with any and all phone service they ended up trying. I've strongly recommended ATT to many friends, and a few of them ended up switching. They have been as pleased as I have, and I no longer here them complain about their aggravating cell phone service.
Ok after a week or so with the Nexus 6 I can finally give my review of it. Overall its a great phone with a very solid feel. Now this phone is very big so it wont be for everyone. I will say, you have to feel it for yourself to make a judgement. I feel its a great size for everything I use a phone for, which involves a lot of media viewing. The inclusion of the turbo charging was a very smart move buy Motorola and every phone manufacturer should be switching to this. Build Quality - Its actually pretty damn good, very solid feeling phone for sure. The metal band around the phone gives it a very premium feel to it. The hard plastic does make it kinda slippery and is a finger print magnet, Motorola should have wen with something different here. Screen - Its absolutely gorgeous, the AMOLED screen has very deep blacks and very vibrant colors that really pop. The screen size is awesome for media viewing and gaming. I will say that Google should make better use of the extra screen space with future updates, Basically use a few things that Samsung uses with the Note line, mainly the split screen multi tasking. Sound Quality - The front facing speakers are awesome, although they aren't as good as the ones found on some HTC phones, they are still FAR superior to any other phone on the market. Battery Life - Its actually pretty decent, the phone makes it through a whole day for me without a single problem. I will say its not as good as the Note 4's battery life, but definitely not bad. Android 5.0/5.0.1. - Lets face it, a lot of the buzz for the Nexus is because of the new version of Android. Let me tell you that Lollipop doesn't disappoint at all. Its very quick and responsive and never has any hiccups, absolutely the most fluid Android experience I've ever experienced. This is the first version of Android I feel comfortable recommending to people of all levels of tech savvy. The new look of Android is very nice, I love the way they have toned down Android and made it easier for the masses to enjoy it, without dumbing it down to the point where the tech savvy people wont enjoy it. All in all, this is the best Android phone I've ever owned for sure!
First and foremost I concede the edge is basically the Note 4 and it definitely is not for everybody. What attracted me to it is the very thing that will turn some people off(limited production). Does the edge screen justify the added cost, of course not but no phone's features justify it's cost to be perfectly honest, so cost is a moot point. I'm not going to delve deeply into the features because you can read/watch a Note 4 review for that. I purchased the edge because I have a strong desire to be different and I love when I'm out and about playing with it how people stop stare and often drool that is definitely worth the extra cost.
I was eligible for a device upgrade on my Verizon Edge plan and only needed
to pay tax on the full price, plus a monthly lease fee that will amount to
just a little more than the full upfront price. So naturally I jumped at the
opportunity to snag a 64GB iPhone 6, upgrading from a 16GB iPhone 5, and am
glad I did. It's a sleek device and very fast! I love the additional
breathing room the larger 4.7" screen affords, and am absolutely in love with
TouchID. The device feels great in my hand and does pretty much everything I
I have owned every major generation of iPhone since iPhone 3 (3, 4 5 and now
6, none of the S models) and Apple keeps delighting me with nice new touches
and improvements. This one is no exception.
I am knocking off a star for battery life, but that's more of a knock on iOS
and apps which continue to add battery-sapping features, and not necessarily
a negative point for the device. iPhone 6 easily lasts me for a full day and
some, but two full days of light use, or one day of very heavy use would be
nice, without having to step up to a phablet. One can dream...
This phone is awesome in every aspects. Very good design. screen size is perfect. At the same time this phone is very slim and so that it is easy to use.
Great company to do business with! They paid my termination fees from Verizon and we had a seamless experience getting our numbers over at the T-Mobile store. I have 4 lines and I'm paying $165 with unlimited talk, text and web. That's less than $42 per line and we also have some iPhone 6 and cool Android phones for the kids. We got poor coverage with AT&T and Verizon in our home but with T-Mobile we are getting 4G LTE speeds and 51.08 Mbps download and 12.45 Mbps upload. Also, they have the best customer service, they are very courteous, eager to help and showed concern when my wife had a billing issue. Finally, anytime we've had to call in they've resolved the issue in one call. I also love the fact that we have no contracts so we can stay with T-Mobile because we want to and not because we have to, like the other carriers. Really love the UN-Carrier movement and all the great benefits of being a T-Mobile customer!
The Note 4 is a really great upgrade over my previous Note 3. - Better Screen with better outdoor visibility. This is the best smartphone screen you can find on any smartphone right now! - I notice it has way better reception that my previous Note 3. Even on places where I didn't have signal, now I have. - Be battery life is awesome. I use my smartphone a lot; no problem getting more than a day with the Note 4. The quick charge is a must have now, you can get hours with minutes of charging. - The Note 4 design is just brilliant! A premium build that feels great on hand. If you previously think Samsung smartphone lacks on design and quality; GO and try the Note 4, you will love it! - Better Rear and Front Camera than my previous Note 3. From my experience comparing the picture quality between my previous Note 3, coo-workers iphone 6 and the Note 4, the Note 4 simple offers the best quality and functionality available. - New functionality works flawless and they really benefits from the Note 4 bigger screen and the SPen. No smartphone is perfect, but this one is very close! There's always room for improvement, below my next year Note series wish list: - Add features into a stock Android experience instead of keep adding more stuff into Touch Wiz or give the options to switch between interface to make everyone happy - Add front stereo speakers for those that use them. - Add build in wireless charging without the need to buy a back cover. I got mine and it works great, but now I can't find a case that fits my Note 4. - Make the home button to work with the SPen without pressing it like the back button. I will definitively recommend this smartphone to ANYONE!
I think our Canadian friends just got it right: the right size, the right battery life, the right keyboard for power users. And let me mention the unique shape, standing light years away form any competitors, and fitting the same pockets my passport does. And BB10 is focused on getting things done, without messing around with swipes, rotations or whatsoever. Apps Store and marketing might get better in the near future, at least I hope they will :-P Still, in order to keep up with Apple's ecosystem, I still carry an iPhone 5S, which is still a great device.
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Awesome Phone Awesome Camera Awesome Design Big Phone Battery Saving Options are really good.. If i have to buy this phone again and again i willl go for Samsung GS5 for sure! and yeah i take bath with this phone and some calls too ;)
Just from looking at the specs on the Phone Dog site, it's rather notable that the Passport is listed under the 4+ screen size phones, when it is a 4.5 sized screen. Why is that? For one thing, that would make it difficult to actually find the Passport on the site and misguide that the Passport is not the size you might be looking for. And as your "Expert" Reviews do not rate it among the top 10 best handsets, even in the face of consumer reviews keeping it in the top five week in and out, with almost perfect reviews, how you (mis)characterize and mask the Passport is a bit suspect, Phone Dog... Are you guys afraid of the Passport for some reason? The fact that it does handsprings over competition battery life and is quite likely going to make redundant, laptops, phablets, tablets, desktops, with the highly effective Blend, I could see fear being a very real reaction. Simply said, if you are remotely interested in the Passport, read consumer reviews, take experts advice with a grain of salt and give it a try. It fits right in your pocket like a any Passport would! Note: It's coming out in Red November 28th, White on the 1st and is specially priced for Black Friday. If you are an Iphone user and ready for a switch, get a Passport and up to $550 for your Iphone. Do it! You won't be disappointed!
I actually love the windows phone series. It seems I always go back to the windows phone, no matter what other phone I buy. I just go back. Yes there are not that many apps in the store, but its growing.