After $50 mail-in rebate that comes as a MasterCard® debit card. Applicable Shared Connect Plan required for 90 days. New 2 yr. agmt. and $35 act. fee applies.
After $50 mail-in rebate that comes as a MasterCard« debit card. Applicable Simple Connect Plan required. $35 act. fee applies.
After $50 mail-in rebate that comes as a MasterCard® debit card. Applicable Data Plan required for 90 days. New 2 yr. agmt. and $35 act. fee applies.
Applicable Shared Connect Plan required for 90 days. New 2 yr. agmt. applies.
The ruggedized Kyocera DuraPro is built to Military Standard 810G for dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, blowing rain, low pressure, solar radiation, salt fog, humidity and water immersion. The Kyocera DuraPro is encased in a special Dura-Grip® material for extra durability and its robust front-ported speaker comes through clearly even in noisy environments. It's preloaded with essential applications like email, web browser and navigation. It also accommodates microSD memory cards up to 32GB for storing large files like photographs and videos.
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby mustang02 very good flip phone
the clearest,loudest speakerphone I have ever heard.love the grip covering,needs a bigger inner display,but other than that its all good,great battery life.
March 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby steve Good, solid, dependable phone
I just picked this phone up a week ago and really like it. It feels good and solid in your hand. I like the flip phone because you don't have to worry about pocket dialing people. The external volumes are quite loud if needed. The earpiece volume doesn't seem to have the ability to get very loud. The reception has been awesome so far. I'm receiving signals in places that I haven't been able to with past phones. The display is small, but to be expected with a flip phone. Texting also takes a bit longer, but with the T9 function it isn't terrible, unless you live on texting. Overall, a very good phone.
March 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby Duberts Offers a lot of good, basic features
A little hard to get to know. Quick Start Guide has minimum amount of info. Pros and Cons:
1)Pro: Good Volume and Tone Quality. Positive Response from Call Recipients.
2)Con: Battery charging port hard to connect to w/USB, especially in the dark.
3)Con: Volume Control is a little clumsy and prone to changes.
4)Con: My screen froze-up because battery came loose in compartment.
5)Con: Does not come with SD Card, so you can't move your photos until you get a memory card.
6)Con: Camera lens face screen is very unprotected and prone to scratching, dirt and damage.
March 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby lewis1 loud ringers and works everywhere
after 7 years with my Nokia it was hard to part company but it had to be done. this phone works very well for the business Im in and the work I do. The only problem I have is that after 2 weeks of use I noticed the glass screen has permanent marks from closing the phone and the screen touches the keys. went back to the us cellular store and they said it hasnt been out long enough to have any complaints about it yet, although a person at my work has the same problem. I was told to contact Kyocera and the store could do nothing. Contacted Kyocera about this matter a week ago and have heard nothing. where do we go next?
April 18, 2013
Upgrade available for the Kyocera DuraPro (E4277). System requirements to download this upgrade via your PC:
Windows PC Desktop or Laptop
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NOTE: This upgrade is not supported on Windows 8 or Apple OS computers. If you are using those operating systems, please visit your local U.S. Cellular« location that has a service tech to get this upgrade installed. To find a location near you please use our store finder tool by clicking here.
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