I've had it for some time, and i really don't like it, it's very slow and the layout really annoys me, i have big fingers and typing is particularly painful. I do not like how slow the browser is, and everything can come down to one fact. This phone is running software meant for phones with a standard that this phone does not meet with technical requirements. I post this to advise people considering the Wildfire to consider these factors. If you have large fingers, you will find this phone frustrating to use, the shortcut buttons are especially close to the side of the keyboard or bottom depending on the way you hold your phone. and they are very sensitive and nothing is more annoying than having your typing disrupted by them becoming pressed accidentally. If you want a phone to play Flash, don't get this one you will be wasting your money, Flash is traditionally demanding on processors so this phone is not optimized to play it, it still can, but expect it to be slow. Go read the reviews on various sites. Youtube, This phone has limited buffer space, playback has been very sketchy it reminds me of non smartphone video streaming and playback. Games, Games are very slow and the framerate lags. And above all, unless you want to spend allot of time tinkering with this phone to correct it's inherent flaws, DON'T GET IT, if you buy one anyway and intend to fix it, keep one thing in mind, you cannot fix everything, this phone is entry level and cheap it is cheap because it has simpler and less powerful parts. If you are used to Iphone OS quality, this phone is not for you, if your used to higher end Smartphones like the N7 N8 or Desire or Galaxy this is not for you. The fact is, it may be worth while investing the money in a more expensive phone but you will find that it is an investment that will make you a more satisfied customer at the end of the day. Wildfire is an outdated model and probably not in production anymore as the Wildfire S is the next gen model, which is slightly better but still not perfect, it's only a few hundred mhz more powerful than it's predecessor. Hope this helps people tempted by cheap phones who do not know the specs, i will allways urge you all to read the specs.