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LG Optimus Zone 3 (Verizon LTE Prepaid)

LG Optimus Zone 3 (Verizon LTE Prepaid)

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$52.00 22 new from $46.99 6 used from $39.01 as of February 11, 2019 4:18 pm
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Features
  • LG Optimus Zone 3 Verizon Prepaid
  • 8GB Storage with Expandable Memory MicroSD card up to 32GB
  • 4.5" Display
  • 5.0 MP rear facing camera/2 MP front facing camera
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Wireless Phone
Brand
LG
Color
Black
Label
LG
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
android
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1
Product Group
Wireless
Publisher
LG
Studio
LG
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  • EAN: 0652810816700
  • MPN: LG-VS425PP
  • UPC: 652810816076
  • Model: LG-VS425PP
  • Part Number: LG-VS425PP
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5 Comments
  1. This is a really good cell phone, especially for the price. I had broken my last phone and had to get a new one and this looked good. It came out to actually be bigger in size which is another good quality, bigger without being huge. I also noticed that while there are some preinstalled apps on it as with all phones, it did not feel all bogged down, I felt like I had some room to put stuff on there, the camera is pretty good, more than I expected and I love recording and taking pictures with it and I have yet to buy an SD card which will give me even more room. The app store is fun and really. nothing bad to say but you might want to buy a back cover to go on it as it is a rather petite phone and easy to drop if you don’t handle things well, surprisingly this phone is pretty durable, been dropped several times and couldn’t even tell it had been dropped at all. Good buy.

  2. I bought this to replace a Verizon prepaid phone that was lost or stolen. The cost was less than half the price Verizon wanted for the same model. No problem with activating it and it is working great now.

  3. Got this phone for my son. It’s a decent and reliable phone for a teenager. We wanted something less expensive he could have until he saves up enough money for an Iphone. The only thing, I do not like about this phone as a parent, is it’s lack of built in parental controls when it comes to internet and app restrictions. That is one thing Iphone has in spades, but otherwise a good phone.

  4. I had the LG exceed as my first smartphone, and I found it very user-friendly. I needed to upgrade right before Christmas, and found this model available for amazon prime, so I bought it. It’s great, has more storage space, extremely user-friendly, and fulfills all my smartphone needs. I would recommend this phone to anyone.

  5. Honestly reading these 1 star reviews had me scared of what I ordered, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. It has a VERY EASY setup. Just hopped online like the THREE STEP instructions directed and activated my phone and set up a prepaid plan. It was literally that simple. You open the box, and it lists a three step instruction process. Also. It’s a prepaid 50 dollar phone. It’s definitely not an iPhone, but it does the job. As for the ones complaining… you pay for what you get. I think it does the job for 50 bucks worth.

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