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Free with a new contract, this flip phone from Samsung is only about making calls.
Android 4.0 and an affordable price help make Boost Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Rush a decent no-contract option, but lower-end specs are disappointing nevertheless.
You can't beat the Samsung Entro's no-contract price and simplicity when shopping for a dead-simple phone that only fields calls and texts.
The comfortable Samsung SPH-M370 is a basic flip phone that does what it says, unadorned and unembellished, and at the right price.
Folks looking for a phone with a QWERTY keyboard will find in the Samsung Transform Ultra a reliable midtier device, though $20 more could nab you an even better phone.
With a price tag of just $50, the Samsung Replenish offers good value as a basic, easy-to-use Android phone, and one that's environmentally conscious to boot.
The Samsung Factor is an ideal budget phone for basic calling and texting communications.
The Samsung Restore is a great eco-friendly option if you want a full-featured multimedia messaging phone on Sprint.
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With its full keyboard and bright display, the Samsung Moment successfully rounds out Sprint's Android offerings.
The Samsung SPH-M330 isn't for the active user, but it's good for infrequent callers who want a few extra features.