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LG 320G Prepaid Phone (Net10)

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Description:

Enjoy mobile communications without the hassle with this easy-to-use LG 320G candybar-style phone, which features a color LCD screen, hands-free speakerphone, and an alarm clock to keep you on time for appointments. A perfect blend of simplicity, functionality, and affordability, it's also a great match to a Net10 prepaid wireless account. Personalize your phone with the included 24 polyphonic ringtones.

Features:

Slim, easy-to-use candybar phone with text messaging, voicemail, caller ID, and call waiting


Pay-as-you-go with all local, long distance and roaming calls at 10 cents per minute


Hands-free speakerphone; alarm clock; 500-contact phonebook


Up to 5 hours of talk time, up to 456 hours (19 days) of standby time; released in October, 2010


What's in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, quick start guide, user manual


Product Details:
Product Length: 3.28 inches
Product Width: 1.71 inches
Product Height: 0.89 inches
Product Weight: 0.19 pounds
Package Length: 10.2 inches
Package Width: 7.4 inches
Package Height: 1.9 inches
Package Weight: 0.85 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 34 reviews

Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 3.5 ( 34 customer reviews )


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 67 found the following review helpful:

5Excellent value and price.Feb 08, 2011
By Jeffrey Baughman
I got this phone and net10 pre-paid service because I was paying over $50 a month with AT&T's cheapest plan and was only using 100 minutes a month and a handful of texts. This is a great basic phone strictly for making calls and texts. It doesn't come with any minutes (except 10 bonus minutes for activation) but you can buy these cards pretty much anywhere that sells prepaid cards. The minutes are THE cheapest of any prepaid service and your minutes roll over each month. AWESOME! The phone doesn't look cheap at all. It is shiny, sleek and modern looking. The best deal on cards is the 300 minutes for $30 and 60 days of service. Thats $15 a month. Texts only use half a minute of time! One of the best things is that Net10 uses the AT&T network so you are covered everywhere and they don't charge roaming charges! If you are thinking of getting pre-paid service go with Net10, it is the best hands down!

35 of 35 found the following review helpful:

4Great phone for what it is...Sep 15, 2011
By Isabelle Belzile
I got this phone as a temporary substitute after my Blackberry died, and I couldn't find any of my old cell phones. For $15 retail it's great for what it is: a cheap, no contract, disposable phone. No fanciness here to distract you. No pesky camera or Bluetooth or web access to trick you into thinking it's somehow high end. It does phone calls and text messages, and not much of anything else. Ok that's not quite true. It has a tip calculator, a regular calculator, alarm clock, stopwatch, unit convertor (miles to kilometers, feet to meters, etc) and (wait for it) sudoku and Battle Reversi. In all it's very reminiscent of cell phones, circa 2003 or so. Battery life is utterly phenomenal though. I've carried the phone around all day, making a number of phone calls, and the phone was not only still alive, but instructed me to disconnect the charger almost immediately as the battery was full. Quite a contrast to modern smartphones. The charger is standard micro USB and interchangeable with most other new phones. Net10's actual phone service is a function of the networks they piggyback on, AT&T and T-Mobile in the case of this phone. I activated the phone on Net10's website, thus avoiding dealing with their human based customer service, so I can't speak to that experience.

20 of 20 found the following review helpful:

5Excellent value!Jul 01, 2011
By L. Mitchell
For someone who uses less than 100 minutes per month, $56 a month (Amazing how that $39.99 monthly fee blossoms to over $56 after taxes and fees!) for ATT's cheapest plan was too much. Now I spend $15 a month for 200 minutes and have had no problems. It also has the loudest ringer of any phone I've ever had, which is great when I have the stereo turned up in my truck! Great value for someone who just wants a basic phone to carry and doesn't use it much.

ONE YEAR LATER....This phone is still going perfectly after all the banging around it gets in the console of my truck - awesome!

7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

4Unless you get it for around $10, you just got ripped offJul 12, 2012
By Hao Zhang
This was actually my first phone. My dad bought it for me from Wal-Mart when I had to go to a conference in another city. This phone is about as basic as you can get these days, so it's good for kids under 10 years old that just need emergency contact. You MUST find this phone somewhere else for around $10, any higher would just be a ripoff (unless it comes with a bunch of accessories) because this phone doesn't do much.

Let's look at the phone's physical form. The front has the small LCD screen and the keys. The left side has the micro USB port for charging (you cannot put anything on this phone). The top left corner of the phone has the hole for a lanyard/wrist strap. There is no speakerphone, so you must do all your listening from the earpiece on the front. Well, that's it really, there's not much stuff to gasp about for this phone other than the simplicity and the low price.

The phone has basic features such as voice calling, contacts, text messaging, tools (alarm clock, calendar, notepad, calculator, tip calculator, world clock, stopwatch, unit converter), and a few mini games such as Sudoku and Reversi to keep you company if you are literally dying of boredom. You CANNOT put ANYTHING on this phone, so no custom ringtones, no apps, no games, no custom wallpapers, nothing. The phone has about 30 polyphonic ringtones preloaded, which sounds tinny and not the best. The call quality is surprisingly well, so if you want a phone JUST for calling, and maybe a few text messages here and there, this is a good phone. You can text with this phone using T9 prediction, so you don't have to keep pressing the same key to type a specific letter.

This phone cannot browse the web, or do anything that uses data. It is a simple cellphone, so do not expect it to do anything more than calling and texting. The reception on this phone is pretty great, but not phenomenal. The battery has a capacity of 950mAh, which can last for about a week if you leave it on standby. If you need a phone that does a little more, go with something like the LG900G or other flip phones that NET10 offers. This phone is good for backup/spare/emergency purposes, which is great for parents with kids under 10 years old.

16 of 20 found the following review helpful:

1Terrible customer serviceJul 30, 2011
By Albert B
I would not recommend any Net 10 phone if you think that you will ever need any type of customer service (eg activate phone, transfer phone number, buy minutes). I have spent over 2 weeks on the phone every day with Net 10. They have sent me 4 sim cards because every person I speak to inputs the incorrect info into their system. I feel like I am speaking to high-school drop-outs who weren't able to get a job and hence are working as "managers" at Net 10.

If you doubt this, do some internet searching for Net 10 customer service. If you think you are getting a bargain for a cheap phone or phone plan, it's because you are purchasing something that has zero future value.

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