"Awesome for people that don't need the frills"5.0 starson by itsme92
Pros: Cheap, durable, excellent call quality
Cons: no advanced features, but really, who uses them anyway?
Summary: This phone is great for my needs. I am a 15 year old kid living in upper class America. You'd think I'm the one that companies would be targeting for their expensive phones. But I'll let you in on a secret here. Everybody with advanced phones (I'm talking video phones, internet, email, mp3 players, etc) doesn't use any of the advanced features. You use them for a few weeks, but once the novelty wears off, you stop using them because all they do is run up your bill. Have you ever seen somebody watching TV on their phone? And the more advanced phones often have inferior call quality, are physically bigger, and are less durable because there's more in them to break.
Also, this phone has a raised keypad, which is nice because the RAZR and other slim phones have flat keypads that drive you absolutley nuts if you have to use them on a regular basis.
Seriously, nobody uses the extra features on their phone. They all require airtime, and that costs an arm and a leg. I don't know a single person who watches TV on their phone, and very few people who pay $3 a song to get songs on their phone. So save money and get the smaller, more durable phone with better call quality. Go with the LG VX5300.