If looks aren't important, and you want a basic rugged phone that can make good calls and withstand being kicked around and dropped underwater, consider the DuraPlus. But be aware: its clunkiness will give your hand a workout.
Despite being a rugged phone that is shock-, dust-, and splash-proof, the Kyocera DuraPlus from Sprint is too heavy and thick for its own good, and its design is an eyesore.
Arriving on the Sprint network, Kyocera's DuraPlus is a rugged phone built to withstand dust, water, and extreme temperatures.
Joining the ranks of Sprint's rugged handset roster, the Kyocera DuraPlus is built to military toughness specs and even sports an LED flashlight.
Sprint will kill off its iDEN network on June 30 next year as it moves customers over to its Direct Connect service.
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