AT&T employees have confirmed to PhoneNews.com that the PCD Quickfire 3G messaging device has been quarantinedÂ with specific instructions to halt device sales and begin pulls of stock and demo units across the retail network due to what AT&T is calling “quality issues”.
Ever since the phone was launched late last year, anecdotal reports across the internet have criticized the phone for being sluggish and unresponsive at times, with other complaints stemming from the poor touchscreen implementation.
2 responses to “AT&T Pulls PCD Quickfire from Store Shelves”
this phone is really bad .
it responds at different times, and if you hit one thing it qoes to another .
I’ve had this phone for a month now.. and i never have any problems with sluggishness or it being unresponsive. its super easy for me to use.
im really suprised that people are having such issues with it, because its so easy to use.. & i text ALOT
i must have gotten that one in a million phone that actually works, lol.