I found this little article on a review of this product: Works as a Basic Android Smartphone, but don’t expect powerful performance. By OSReviews on September 7, 2014: I found the smartphone ready for activation with Page Plus Wireless. The phone itself does have the Verizon Wireless Logo on the front, because of Verizon being a larger carrier/subsidiary, but I called Page Plus customer support, and they took me through the process of getting the CDMA 3G phone set-up with either a monthly or prepaid plan. As a phone, this Android device is very basic, so don’t expect powerhouse performance. The Gingerbread native OS is also quite outdated, though still speedy enough, and marketplace apps are supported. Call quality is decent (speaker is very loud and clear), reception is very good, and battery life lasts me 3-4 days before I have to recharge it. The 3.2″ screen is on the smaller side of the spectrum, but its bright enough to use in daylight. Viewing angles and screen resolution are aren’t so great, so if watching videos are your main concern, look elsewhere. Pinch to zoom is supported, and a-GPS/Wifi/Bluetooth/gravity tilt sensor are built-in! The camera takes o.k. photos and videos (no flash)- acceptable for emergency usage, but not as a daily camera. Some bloatware apps are pre-installed, which is annoying, but so far, the smartphone is still snappy. Storage is a bit limited, but a memory card helps out when installing a few games and apps. OpenOffice viewer is installed already! Overall, I like the LG Optimus UI skin onto of Android-its clean and easy to use for first time smartphone buyers. This phone can do all the extras like web browsing, games- but has a slower processor and smaller screen. Typing is good with the built-in Swype keyboard. Best suited for basic usage (calls, light games, light browsing) and people looking for a very compact/pocket-friendly cell phone. A good value overall.