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No it doesnt.It depends on the brand of phone you ave.I have the rumor touch for virgin mobile and i don't have a contract.



Sprint - $29.99. look at the website Virgin Mobile - $149.99



calarate it or turn the phone off then turn it back on


Any phone, including the Rumor Touch, is a reliable phone. People have different preferences when it comes to phones though. Tell a store associate what you want in a phone and they will tell you if the Rumor Touch is a good choice for you or not.


yea you can. its simple, go to google and type in lg rumor touch owners. there should be a page similar to what i wrote and they will help you. this phone is worth the money


if your phone is virgin mobile and it is a smart phone like a android or a lg rumor touch then it lets you watch for instant youtube videos if is not a smart phone then sorry you cant watch youtube


you should buy a new screen on ebay or amazson,there may be you can bought one,good luck!


to unlock a rumor touch you slide the little bar at the bottom of the screen to the right or left or just slide the keyboard open and it will unlock. also if you put the lock on under settings then you type in the code you made for it.


You may obtain access to a user manual for the LG Rumor Touch on the LG website, www.lg-cellphones.org/lg-rumor-touch-user-guide. Virgin Mobile USA (www.virginmobileusa.com/resources/.../manual/lg-rumor-touch.pdf) and Sprint (shop.sprint.com/.../user_guides/lg/rumor_touch/rumor_touch_by_lg) provide access to user guides on their websites.


No, but it has touch sensitive buttons directly under the screen. The actual screen is like any other Virgin Mobile phone.


How do you repair a virgin mobile phone that's turns on but can't see the screen


Yes; the Rumor2 has been discontinued by Sprint because the Rumor Touch, its successor, has become too popular. However, the Rumor2 is still available through some carriers like Virgin Mobile.


if the tmobile phone uses a sim card then no, if it doesnt then probably. if the phone is locked you will have to call tmobile or lg for the unock codes


First go to the settigs in the menue then go > sounds > keytones > and then choose the volume you want it to be at, including off.


Virgin Mobile does provide mobile phones with Touch Screens. One such example is the Samsung Intercept, an Android phone sporting a 3.2" touch screen, a QWERTY keyboard and 3.2 MP Camera.


The brands of phone you can get with a Virgin Mobile phone plan depends on what type of cell phones they have. Some of those include: the Helio,LG Rumor Touch, Kyocera Loft, Rim Blackberry Curve 8530. In fact, the last 3 are new phones that just came out.


the rumor touch does have a touch screen.


No there is not. A good phone that I would recommend from Virgin Mobile is the Samsung Vice. It is pretty much the same except it doesn't have a touch screen.


where it has a bar on the screen saying unlock swipe ur finger across that.


The Virgin Mobile Optimistic DEFINITELY. it's an amazing phone! but if you like to switch off from keyboard to touch screen the intercept would be what you want. I guess it all depends on what your looking for in a phone.



as of now, it would be the Rumor2. that's my last phone and it works great ! its waay better than X-tc, or the Wildcard. the keyboard is very easy to text with and it has amaziiinngg battery lifffee. :)) that was my old the only reason why i got a new one is because my parents got me the EnV touch and now my brother has the Rumor, he lovvvess it tooo . in a waayy i missss that phonne. (: hoppe this helpss:))))) The above answer is great, but actually new phones have been released for Virgin Mobile and the best ones are the Black Berry Curve and the LG Rumor Touch.



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