Live Info Alcatel A382g (The Big Easy) Review – How alcatel Alcatel A382g (The Big Easy) Review Please Comment, Like, and Subscribe! Alcatel A382g (The Big Easy) Review Tweet Pin It Related Posts Live Info Alcatel 4024d Официальный Сайт Прошивка – How More Live Info Alcatel POP4 Plus 5056D – How More About The Author Video More From This Author 21 Comments omamma +Liam CochranUgly, ugly, ugly, ugly, ugly, ugly, ugly review! You must understand the purpose of the goods in order to assess how well it implemented. Your own tastes your viewers are not interested at all in any way. Viewers interested in the opportunity to assess the suitability of the product to their needs. That's all. gasdorfic muncher how do you enter a password if you use this phone ..if you call a bank they will ask for your pin you wont be able to enter it …correct? i use this as cheap backup phone Linda Simplicio-Dorn This was terrible. He wanted a complex phone for people who need very simple phones. nonua bisnus I don't know how old you are but they didn't even have a cell phone that good back in the 90's, back then it was nothing but a bad phones and the first cellular phones, which were the same thing in a small package, there was no digital you had to remember the phone numbers, heck back then you were lucky enough to afford a house phone on your wall in the kitchen. Juan-Andres Morales can this phone be unlocked? TheyDrinkOurMlkshake Let me just say from personal experience. This phone fucking blows. If it lays a certain way while you're not looking, it will delete all your contacts, messages, everything you saved in it, just for the hell of it. It is a complete nuisance. If you have the misfortune of having to use this piece of garbage please write down your contacts or anything you deem important, because you will turn around and it will be gone, and judging by your service, you'll have to send them a subpoena to get your own cell phone records and restore your contacts, yay! SusDgs This phone is designed for people who need big numbers and need it to be easy and basic. Obviously it is not designed for teens. You hate it, fine, but some of us love it for the buttons we can actually see. I have 2 and i appreciate it for it's ease of use. Holly A. Van H. 1. If you are a tracfone/safelink customer one cannot get minutes automatically w/this phone nor can youbuy them on line or over the air. Everything must be done by calling the tracfone call center2. the only use for this phone is for emergencies3. texting is extremely difficult and takes a long time 4. mine did not come with a dock only a typical plug in wall charger5. the buttons are sturdy, they are easy to see and pushSamsung Galexy ? Get back to us when you are in your 60's girl Nancy Riggs Can you change the name of the user of the phone if you acquire it from someone? If so, how? Shawn Weyer I had a hard time finding the IMEI for this phone… Any help or recommendations? Phone Without Question You entirely miss the point of this phone, I doubt you've used it for about a day. LZN197 Waste of time to watch this. Kyle Balkus Actually one of the most basic phones is a Samsung S125G Tracfone benny esquire Why would anyone watch this beyond 10-15 seconds? Realsuede What a fag John Mack It was obvious you didn't prepare for this video – you ad lib which you should not do " I don't know" does not help me. I wanted 1 basic question answered " how do you retrieve missed calls Post my Shit Ray Post my Shit Ohh killem! Post my Shit I had this phone 3 years ago Ray Kirkwood Liam,I never have responded to a review but I'm responding to yours.First of all,you need to know what your talking about, it's obvious you don't.Secondly,there are people that just need a basic phone,not something that you think impresses other people or yourself.Thirdly,I have Muscular Dystrophy and I need a big button phone,who knows,you might need or want a device like this one day no matter how ugly YOU might think it is.Lose the attitude dude,you'll go further in life… gatorguerry OK, Liam. You proved that you do not like a simple phone. I think it is a great improvement over the LG800 you were showing. I am an old fart, and I want a phone. Not some gee-whiz gizmo to impress my friends, who really don't care. My main concern is the sensitivity of the phone because I do not live underneath a cell tower. The 392 seems about average, and is less than I wanted, but the good things (large buttons, simple to operate, etc) outweigh that one issue. I can always go outside or to a window to be sure it works well.