I bought this phone a while back to upgrade from the terrible dinosaur I had before. This phone does barely anything more than the models made years before it. The only difference I can see is the appearance. I must give it a plus for appearance. It looks really cool and is just the right size for the palm of your hand.
The features of this phone are basic. The contacts, mobile web, prepaid, and recent calls menus all work for their purpose. The bluetooth refuses to work at all, and the settings menu is a hassle to go through. Reception is great, with one of the most reliable networks I have seen, Tracfone. Your phone will even use other network's towers if you are not in range of a Tracfone tower. I almost forgot the camera, which works for its purpose, but does nothing more. The pictures are disgustingly horrid, but the effects you can add are fun to mess with. The zoom does little to make photos better.
The entertainment value of this phone is low. The games you can buy for this phone are not that great. You can, however, go on other websites such as Facebook and Gmail, but don't expect the websites to look good on the ancient phone browser. My favorite part of this phone is the Double Minutes feature that Tracfone uses. When you add prepaid minutes, you get double the amount shown on the card. This phone would not be worth it without that great deal.
Overall, this is a good starter phone, and that is all it should be. Do not expect a high-end cell phone when you buy this. However, do expect a cheap, ancient phone with great reception, and a sad battery life.