Fit 'n' finish

The ZTE-manufactured AT&T R225 is a compact, comfortable handset. Prepaid, the Go Phone costs only $15.
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Getting around

Navigation was no problem on the R225, though the too-small screen size and its low pixel resolution aren't very pleasant.
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Simple as they come

There's no Bluetooth, no Wi-Fi, no camera, and no volume rocker. The R225 is a phone for hands-on calling only. Instant messaging and e-mail, however, are add-in software options.
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That's all, folks

This Micro-USB charging port is the only deviation in the phone's smooth spines. Volume is adjustable with onscreen controls, not with hardware.
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