Alcatel OneTouch A392A

Also known as the Alcatel 392, Alcatel A392T, Alcatel A392CC


Canada: 7-Eleven SpeakOut Wireless, EastLink, Koodo Mobile, TELUS, Videotron, Public Mobile


May 2014


  • 2.4" Internal display
  • 2 MP camera with video
  • MP3 player
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Speakerphone
  • Instant messaging
  • Up to 10 days stand by time


Latest Reviews

3 Stars out of 5

You're on your own

Reviewed on Tuesday August 9, 2016 by , British Columbia, Canada
Just wanted a digital flip phone to replace my analog which will loss it's service at years end. The miniature manual is a joke! Wanted to change the ring tone and had to find my answer at this site. Thanks.
5 Stars out of 5

Nice general prpose cell phone

Reviewed on Saturday July 2, 2016 by , Philadelphia, PA
I recently got a free upgrade from Consumer Cellular to the Alcatel A392A. Previous phone was Motorol WX345 from Consumer Cellular. I'm very happy with this new phone which is a definite improvement over my previous phone. The manual didn't show how to setup Speed Dial but I found out how to do it with a search using the Alcatel 510A user guide and it's very easy to do. I just use the phone for making and receiving calls. Battery life is good and by adjusting certain settings such as Backlight and Brightness levels as well as a few others you can extend battery level for longer periods. Over all I think this is a decent and attractive phone and I'm very pleased with it as well as my service provider.
0 Stars out of 5

Bad batteries

Reviewed on Friday May 27, 2016 by , Waynesboro PA
Just purchased 2 of these phones and neither one hold a charge. We only use the phones for very brief telephone calls. Can be fully charged and without using the phone for any reason, the battery is down to 2 bars in 2 days. A rep. at the provider where purchased said "this is good"!! Also notice the covers have a "wiggle" to them. Should have researched more thoroughly.
4 Stars out of 5

Nice Looking

Reviewed on Saturday April 9, 2016 by , Canada
This is a very attractive little phone. My last flip phone was a Motorola Razor and the build quality of my Razor was quite superior to this phone, but I'm sure the Razor also cost a lot more. Having said that I have to say that this phone feels a little "creaky" when you open it, and the battery cover on the one I received does not feel like it is attached very well. I have tried reseating it, but the corner by the headphone connection just slightly separates from the rest of the phone when you open and close it. I'm talking about a millimetre here, but nevertheless it should not move at all so that speaks to build quality, however, the back does stay on and does not seem like it's going to fall off any time soon.
The buttons look and feel pretty cheap, but I paid $40 for this unlocked 711 phone so the build quality and dollar store buttons are features I can live with (that dam back cover irks me though).
User unfriendly? I can see that being an issue for a lot of people, but not for a geek like me. It's a little different in it's menu wording and feature access but it can be figured out.
Bottom line...I like it even with it's quirks. I will give it a 4 because it's so cheap and it works quite well, but it really deserves a 3.5 because of the battery cover glitch.