United States
August 3, 2009 4:34pm CST
I have had my Virgin Mobile Pre paid phone for a couple of years now. It is a good phone and I like it alot. I have had no real problems with the customer service department. The thing that really angers me is that my battery is running dead and I checked the price of a bew one and it is more than what I can get a brand new phone for. I just think that is really stupid. They should make there batteries less expensive. Has any else had this same kind of problem. What did you do about it.
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4 responses
@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
4 Aug 09
Yes, it has happen to me, but I already know of other companies where the battery is 40 bucks, making twice as expensive as virgin mobile. I will advice to buy a new phone, there are newer models and well recycle the old one.
• Belgium
4 Aug 09
Ya even I had a similar kind of issue. My cell phone battery started behaving wierdly. And when I checkeed for the price of the battery it was more costly than the phone itself. But as I knew that my phone wont last much longer I went for another option. I bought a second hand battery. You can search that through friends or from internet. You can get good batteries at reasonable prices. May be this info can help you.
@fwidman (11515)
• United States
3 Aug 09
I've had that problem with a Kyocera before. I just said the heck with it and bought another phone. It's just the way they make electronic things these days. Ever notice that some printer cartridges cost more than a brand new printer for your computer? It is rather dumb though and I do wish they'd stop doing such things :(
@chillpill90 (1937)
3 Aug 09
no i have not had a similar problem but i have a idea for you. look on ebay you might be able to get a battery from there. Also when you get a new one tonight charge it all the time charge it when its on the last bar of battry power this makes the battery last longer. Iv done this with a phone iv had for the lst 4 years and its fine and iv told my friends and there amazed at how long there batteries last now.