To me the LGC395 is a nice, easy phone to use. It was strange to use @ first because I never had a touch phone before. I read the Manual posted on the internet & learned very quickly how to operate this phone.
If you read the manual carefully, you will have no problems, except through trial & error learning.
It is not a Smart Phone, so if that is what you want, this is not the phone for you, but if you want a good, basic phone, this one will fit your needs.
I have had no problems using this phone.
April 13, 2014
If you are getting your first phone, get this phone. If you are getting an upgrade, stay away from it!!!!!
I got this as an upgrade from an old phone after 2 years of being stuck with restrictions. it was ok for like a month then i began to stop using it. First of all, this thing called slide to unlock always pops up every 5 seconds if you dont touch it and pops up during a call. its good for texting though, for quick messaging, and i like the fact that you can edit pictures, but those are the only pros. also the battery life is the worst! they call this revolutionary??? this phone is a big joke from lg, i would recommend this for a 7 year old or a senior who just needs to call or not text much. i would recommend you look for a phone that can actually satisfy your needs.
April 4, 2014
Easy for my mother to use
My mother really likes it. It's easy for her to use and likes the size of the screen
March 21, 2014
So so phone
I chose this phone for texting ease. After a few weeks and many attempts at adjusting settings I am now ready to trade this phone in. The screen settings are awkward at best. The end call button is right where your chin meets the phone...guess what happens?! Is you need to access the number pad while on a call " press one for customer service" you must slide the screen lock up, press "number pad" and then you get your numbers. The phone is already cracked along the case. The worst action this phone sees is the inside of my purse.
March 18, 2014