I see several people are having trouble with the LG 420G not picking up incoming calls and/or other glitches.
I bought one for $10 at Target to activate and try out before I actually transferred my minutes and phone number. I simply picked up a second one to do the transfer just so I could start out with a new SIM/phone and not have to deal with CS as far as having an already active phone and getting a new SIM card. $10 is a small price to pay.
Glitches like the menu bar appearing in the middle of the screen don't bother me. I don't have the problem with not receiving incoming calls -- which I tested many times from multiple phones by calling out with the 420G, then calling it with another phone, over and over. The phone randomly turning off would be annoying but I haven't experienced it yet. Bottom line: the phone is only $10 and I don't use it much so my tolerance for slight glitches is higher than others. My expensive BlackBerry Bold has its own glitches from time to time and I understand that's just part of owning a phone.
I'm finally retiring my tired Moto W376g. I bought it brand new when the price dropped to $29.99 and have used it for the last 2 years.. I had 2700 minutes on it when I activated it and am down to 1190 now. I replaced the battery a year ago and it's served me well. It's just horrendously slow to text message on, there's no external LCD, and battery life is declining again. It's been a good run with the Moto!
Castrol EDGE 5W-30 is my drug of choice.
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