Users signing up with Assurance during the last part of 2017 are getting the ZTE Quest Android phone, though they actually list several other phones as being offered. The Quest is a cute looking phone but actually rather terrible, very slow, prone to crashes and freeze up, with a not very friendly version of the Android OS.
If you complain to customer service, they basically tell you the Quest all they have to offer, and if you don't like it that's simply too bad. However, if you're willing to PAY $25 to Virgin Mobile (which runs the Assurance program and is, in turn, owned by Sprint) they'll happily to sell you a Unimax U673c phone, one of the other models offered by them which they claim is unavailable! The Unimax appears to be slightly superior to the Quest, but seems to be a discontinued low-end Unimax product not even listed on their website.
A search of the web reveals only a few units on Amazon or eBay and NONE on Craigslist in any major cities! Stay away from the Quest and complain loudly when they tell you they're going to send you one!
Product or Service Mentioned: Zte Quest N817 Cell Phone.
Reason of review: Bad quality.