What is the best phone on the Verizon network? (civil discussion, everyone has an opinion)
To be honest with you, I am presently a customer of Verizon, but I tend to choose all my phones based on the phone that has all the features or Apps that are most important to me. Another thing I also take into consideration is the price of the phone. If I can get the phone for free, that's even better for me.
Sure a "free" phone is good on paper, but what do you really get for free? I mean usually the free phones are discontinued, older phones, generally that don't have the features that are offered on many of the higher end phones.
I got my Samsung galaxy nexus around December 2011. It is still the best phone Large screen, faster cpu, 4G internet connectivity and nice Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 latest android operating system.
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Which cell phone provider do you use?How good is it?
by Lily Rose 8 years ago
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