Recalls: Cell Phones

May 20, 2008 "Cricket EZ" Cell Phones Recalled; Audio Problem Interferes with Emergency 911 Calls

This recall involves the “Cricket EZ” cellular phone. The cell phones are small, black and silver bar-style. “Cricket” is printed on top of the phone above the display panel. Model number “CRKJ88BKIT” is located on a label inside the battery compartment behind the battery. Units that have a model number that ends with a “B” (“CRKJ88BKITB”), units that have a green dot on the inside label, and units that were sold after March 2008 are not included in this recall. Read more.

October 28, 2004 Kyocera Wireless Corp. Recall of Cell Phone Batteries

The recalled batteries are included in Kyocera Slider, K400, and 3200 Series cell phones. Below is additional information about the cell phones and recalled batteries: Read more.

November 18, 2003 SecureAlert Recall of Safety and Security Phones

This recall involves GPS2000 MobilePAL+GPS units with serial numbers between 08810948 and 08813447, which can be found on a label in the battery compartment. They are white phones with a red "call" button and a gray "test" button that notifies an emergency call center and can track callers using the Global Positioning System (GPS). "MobilePal+GPS" is written on the front of the phones. Read more.