My phone, a (RED) Razor, has served me well. It started to take a turn during my last employment at nConnect because I put it in the same pocket as my name badge that had a very strong magnet attached to it. I knew that I was in trouble when my hair clip was attached to my phone and it really shouldn't have been. The battery has been draining a lot faster and sometimes I don't notice so the phone calls either never come through or I can't answer because the battery is on low. Around the time I moved, my contract came around to renewal which means I could upgrade my phone if I resigned.
My last work situation helped pay for a majority of my phone services including the upgrade to a data and text package plus more minutes. I got used to using the Internet on my phone (something very new to me) and being able to text easily. It wasn't a terribly expensive plan but once I moved here, I need to cut some expenses so there went the fancy phone package. I downgraded to fewer minutes and no data or text. This is odd considering the phone I chose though since it would make emailing, texting, Googling, and Facebooking much, much easier.
|From Razor to Reclaim.|
I got the former phone because it was also free but proceeds went to the (RED) organization.After all my issues, I wanted a nice little phone that could last me for another few years. The Samsung Reclaim is all sorts of fancy in my book:
This is no ordinary phone. Designed with more eco-friendly components and packaging, you can go "green" without sacrificing the advanced features you love - full QWERTY keyboard, instant access to social networking sites and personal and work email, Sprint One Click, 2.0 MP camera, Stereo Bluetooth® and more. Visit sprint.com/green to learn what makes Sprint a leader in environmental responsibility.