Coulda Benn A Good Phone...
I have nothing against the seller, personally, so this review will be as unbiased as possible...
I have been using PDAs since my first Sharp electronic organizer I bought from Circuit City in Mission Viejo in 1988.
Since then, I have used most of them, Apple Newton, LG Phenom, Philips Velo 1, Hitachi HPW-200, Casio E10, Philips Nino 320, HP Jornada 680, Casio E100, HP Jornada 690, Casio E125, Ericsson R380, Treo 90, Dell Axim X5, Sony Clie NZ90, Palm Tungsten W, T-mobile MDA II, Imate PDA2K, Treo 680, Dell Axim X30i, Palm Tungsten T5, T-mobile SDA, Nokia 9500, Garmin Ique M5, Sony Ericsson P990, T-mobile Dash, Motorola Macau, Treo 680, Asus P527, Samsung Blackjack II and today I received my Franklin Ebookman E911.
I have had GTE, LA Cellular, AT&T, T-Mobile, Cingular, AT&T and now Cricket.
I have never bought an HTC phone, per se, as some of my phones above have been manufactured by HTC.
I got Cricket for my teen daughter as she blew up our AT&T bill with her texting.
I saw this auction for an HTC Diamond, flashed for Cricket.
The seller said it was a GSM/CDMA phone.
I know HTC makes phones that work with both and I figured this one would be great.
Use Cricket when in a dual-band area and switch to AT&T when in a tri-band area like Las Vegas.
I assume the seller is not familiar with this model; I doubt he our-right lied saying it works with both.
I found out, it doesn’t; it is just a CDMA phone.
I needed one that works with both, so I wouldn’t have to carry around two phones.
Now, it looks like I’ll have to.
In closing, don’t trust what a seller tells you; do your own homework as it will bite you in the butt later.