Kyocera S1000 K126C - Silver (TracFone) Cellular Phone
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- ronstime4u2Jan 6, 2013by
It Does Not Use A Sim Card
I Purchased This As A Back Up To The One I Have,It Does Not Use A Sim Card And It Gets Better Reception Than My Other Fones I Have. The Only Thing I Do Not Like Is When The Key Lock Is Not On,It Is Easy To Accidentally Redial.
- jben9001May 28, 2011by
Tracfones are awesome
I love this phone. The tracfone has always been the simplest phone to use great for someone who needs a temporary phone or someone who just likes having a phone without a contract.I got mine in pink and its soo pretty being i thought tracfone's only came in black i was surprised, great buy for the price.
- discogenreusaNov 16, 2009by
What Kyocera K126c Tracfone Has That Others Do Not
In the "contacts" area this is the only phone I've seen of Tracfone or VMobile that allow you to enter in a complete street address, city and state. No more carrying around an address book or having it lost in some drawer at home.<br>Plus the phone has voice dialing. I wish more voice dial phones offered this feature, but they don't.<br>I love this phone!
- kemuel0Jun 6, 2012by
Solid phone, but confusing for first-time cell owners.
I used this phone for years before switching to an Android. It's a basic bar phone with voice dialing and rapid-entry mode for texting. It seems to be more business oriented, with a monochrome screen, bland icons, and a very in-depth address book that could be confusing for first-time cell phone owners. Voice quality is about average. It's not as good as my Motorola, but better than my LG Android phone. I like this model much better than the LG flip phone offered by TracFone because of the battery life. It is also a very light phone with raised buttons that make texting easier. I make about 1 call and three or four texts in a day, so my usage is lighter than most, but for me the battery lasts a week or more. The features can be a little complicated to use, but when configured correctly work very well, especially the voice dialing. Voice dialing on this phone works better than any other phone I've used. I use a Motorola W385 for work and have used an LG Optimus and the voice dialing on the K126 puts them both to shame. The only real limitation on the voice dialing is that only a few numbers can be saved with voice before you run out of memory. Not bad for a ten dollar phone. I switched back to this phone from my Android recently and really the only thing I miss is the Bluetooth. It does have a head-set jack on the side which works OK if you don't mind the wire.Read full review
- narntekMay 26, 2011by
TRACFONE GOOD, this phone bad
It has good battery, but the features stink, and the phone drops calls like it is made to drop them.<br><br>dont get.