T-Mobile Tap Review
0. phoneArena posted on 11 Dec 2009, 09:51
The Tap is looking to dive head-on into fierce competition with hopes of coming out strikingly unique – let’s see if it has what it takes to win over customers looking for a refreshing new experience...
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1. remixfa posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0
The taps are flying off the shelf, actually. Im a bit suprized myself. But at $180 full retail or $9 a month on the EMP plans, its a cheap "cool" phone for the tweens that are dying for a touchscreen. Its a decent phone. Its not great, but its not crap either. Its perfect for the segment its ment for.. tweens n teens or people that want something more fun to play with but not tied to an internet plan. And its 3g internet for the 9.99 internet plan.
2. v (unregistered) posted on 17 Nov 2010, 17:41 0
the tap sukz b cuz it will not read the sd card
4. saint_satin_stain posted on 09 Feb 2013, 17:31 0
I have a Tap, but now have a smart phone. "Its not great, but its not crap either." I ignored the camera while I was active with it. You can do email, though not as great as many smart phones; surfing not so great either, but hey. I like fact it has real radio FM tuner, music player, so you can listen to music only using battery. The alarms sound even when it's turned off. I have kept my old phones, even back to the old heavy stubby Ericsson from phone ancient days. I sometimes carry my Tap for its music player and its FM radio. The radio is good. T-Mobile should keep the Tap for those who just want to make call, maybe download email. If they lost the camera, folk who just want a phone wouldn't mind. The Tap aint crap unless you judge it by the best smart phones. My smart phone does not have a real radio; it has the streamers we call radios. They're software. If I accidentally turn it off, no alarms on my smart phone. I say, as suggested before, judge it by a different standard. It has good sound. Say it's a good phone for folk who mostly use a phone for original purpose. I had no problems with it, but I'm smarter than the phone.