Samsung Galaxy Proclaim Android Prepaid Phone (Net10)
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- ANDROID 2.3 Operating System Powered by a 1GHz Processor
- 3.5” Touch Screen
- 3 MP Camera /Video Recorder
- 3G/Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Bluetooth Wireless Technology
- $50 Unlimited Plan or $65 Unlimited International Plan Needed
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ANDROID 2.3, 3.5" Touch Screen, 3 MP Camera /Video Recorder, 3G/Wi-Fi Connectivity, Bluetooth Wireless Technology, Multitasking/Instant Messaging, Advanced GPS Capabilities, 1GHz Processor, 5 Home Screens, Swype, MP3 Player (cable not included), 3.55mm Headset Jack, Speech to Text, TouchWiz Lite 3.0, 2 GB microSD Card (Included), External microSD Card up to 32GB (not included), Access to over 450,000 Apps on Google Play, Gravity Sensor / Tilt & Shake, Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC) Rating: M4, Phonebook with Unlimited Entries. Battery talk time up to 5.5 hours. Standby time up to 16 days.
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$45 a month for unlimited talk, text and data on Verizon's network is an absolute steal. Verizon offers this very same prepaid phone (they call it the illusion) and it cost $80 a month with a 1 gig data cap. You would be crazy to not get it through Straight Talk instead.
First the Good - It's a Samsung smart phone for $45.00 UNLIMITED EVERYTHING! I've really become addicted to checking email and web sites out and about now. I doubt that it is as fast as the latest and greatest thing out there, but it's fast enough for me. I can stream Youtube videos with no problems at all. Don't think I'll be watching a 2hr movie anytime soon, but if you look online you will see people review that it works great. So far Android market has worked well, got pleanty of apps for me and some for my son! Feels very good in the hand. I put a skinomi protector on it which I do for all my devices, you can not beat them. Very intuitive and I have no complaints.
The Bad - Of course accessory shopping is difficult. I would like to get a case for protection as it is very thin and I'm afraid I'll drop it. Pleanty on line to choose from, just can't go to your local store for one. If you do anthing online a lot it does wear down the battery. Make sure you have a usb adapter in the car to charge the battery. It's not a deal breaker, but I'm not used to it. They do sell a longer lasting battery which also comes with a new cover, due to the thinkness of the battery for $22.00 here on Amazon. I'm thining of getting it as I think handling the thicker phone will feel better, but then I've lost all options for a case. It can be glitchy - today I had a hard time making a call and got a recording, I just powered the phone down and back on and it was fine - only thing that has happened to me in 2 weeks. Comments about customer service are a little scary to see, never used them, hoping I don't have to. You really need to just play with it to figure it out. Samsung does have an instruction manual on line for wierd things. I guess I should be used to that by now. You should also know that there isn't a forward facing camera, and speaking of the camera, it's not the greatest, but adiquate for me. Last little pet peeve is that the buttons on the bottom that take you home, back, search or menue go dark so you sometimes have to swipe at them before you can find them. I'm sure I'll get used to where they are though.
overall - If you want to save some money and your not currently in a contract, you have nothing to loose by trying this. I figured if I didn't like it I could ebay the phone and move on, but so far I'm very happy. If you're going from, a very high end smart phone to something like this, you may find it slow or buggy, but for me going in with no expectations I'm getting a smart phone for the cost I was paying for a "dumb phone" from Verizon it's a no brainer. My only concern will be when I'm traveling. I've heard outside your area you can get dropped calls as you priority on the tower drops. I have gone 30 radius and have not had any problems. I vacation a couple of times a year, so we'll see.
UPDATE: Have traveled now as much as 600 mi from home. No issues at all with reception or quality. Heading to Canada soon and though I could purchase the interational call to make call from Canada, but it will not work outside the country. International is only for making call TO other countries. That's a bit dissapointing, but livable. I'm sure if necessary I could look for another sim card in Canada to pop in for a week, but again, not necessary. I have used the 3g a lot while traveling now, even just watching funny youtube videos. After never having a smart phone, don't know how I would live with one now. So convenient to look things up on the road. Yes, still glitchy on occasion, but nothing powering off and on hasn't fixed (maybe do it once per week). Still very happy with my phone. Husband just ordered one. Also number ported easily.