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 AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone
AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone
Stay connected with the AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone. This AT&T prepaid phone brings all the features you expect from a smartphone to the GoPhone. You can surf the web securely, take pictures and personalize them with a variety of creative lenses, send and receive email or navigate in a new city, all with no strings attached. It's sleek and stylish with a large four-inch touchscreen and 5MP camera. The AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone has up to ten hours of talk time and up to 13 days of standby. Also, prepaid is now premium on AT&T's fastest mobile broadband network. It's great if you want to pay for your phone bill ahead of time, to make things a little easier for you.
 
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Recommends this product? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Gender:Male
Ownership:1 week or less
Usage:Every day
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Not a bad phone
09/12/2013
Moved over from Virgin Mobile (sprint) 3G when my LG phone started to act strange. Was wondering about the whole Windows operating system, but at $99 for a 4G phone, and the fact that I'm not a heavy app user, figured I give it a try. Here are some observations:
The phone itself is pretty good, if not a bit odd-sized (it's just a hair too big to fit in the 95% of phone cases that are already out there). Operating system is OK - Microsoft needs to work a bit on convenience features. I need faster access to airplane mode (android lets you just push and hold the power button). Widgets need work but there are a few apps to help out. Power button (wake up) on the side is a bit strange. "LIVE" tiles are not really live. Fastest you can have them update is 15 minutes - that is, it checks for email from your server every 15 minutes - it's not a "live" push. Background and text display is nice and crisp, but a little plain. Phone manages power very well. If you don't do anything with it, it uses only 5-7% battery over a day in standby. The 4G is wow-fast and is worth the upgrade if your area has 4G service.
All in all, good phone. The big knock on Windows phones is the app store is not near as big as Apple or Android. That's true, but there's also not 3,492 flashlight apps either. Not as big, but there's more than likely an app that will fit your needs. The Windows OS takes a little getting used to, but I'm happy with the phone so far.
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 AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone
AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone
Stay connected with the AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone. This AT&T prepaid phone brings all the features you expect from a smartphone to the GoPhone. You can surf the web securely, take pictures and personalize them with a variety of creative lenses, send and receive email or navigate in a new city, all with no strings attached. It's sleek and stylish with a large four-inch touchscreen and 5MP camera. The AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 Pre-paid Phone has up to ten hours of talk time and up to 13 days of standby. Also, prepaid is now premium on AT&T's fastest mobile broadband network. It's great if you want to pay for your phone bill ahead of time, to make things a little easier for you.
 

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