Smart Talk Android Phone Coverage - Update in post 23

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  1. JB2K

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    Exactly -- regardless of which way you are purchasing that phone (Straight Talk through their website/Walmart or Net 10 from HSN), the retailer's guarantee should be generous-enough just in case things don't work out.

    As I said eariler in the thread, I own this phone, and I've done quite a bit with it, already and am yet to be disappointed with this $45 a month gem...
     
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  3. horseshowmom

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    Yeah, I"m willing to pay for the Proclaim throught Straight Talk because it looks like exactly what I want - a good introductory level smart phone. I really like the talk to text feature too.

    My parents, on the other hand, will be taking my phone and my daughter's phone and just getting the sim cards for them. Both phones are internet capable - just not smart phones - and they have qwerty keyboards. If for any reason, they aren't happy with these phones (and I think they will be), they can look into getting another option. :)
     
  4. horseshowmom

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    Update: The phone works great on the Verizon towers (works in places my ATT phone had dead spots) and is a really great phone for what I want. It's pretty easy to figure out (although I still have a lot to learn). The swype is wonderful, but talk to text is even better. I'm a very satisfied customer! :thumbsup2
     
  5. RitaE

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    nice :)

    I'm kind of in a long, slow process of getting all our phones out from under contracts at which point I'll decide what we want to do next. It's good to hear experiences.
     

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