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Old 11-05-2010, 04:39 PM   #27
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What? You can't do that?
I could, we all could if we thought it was important/necessary to do so.........or if we were trying to look "cool".......

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Hello, my name is dreams. Is there a door down the hall for a, "mostly use my cell phone to make calls and maybe text" support group?

I was really good and turned off the internet browsing. I try to not take pics and beam them and videos over to my phone for viewing (still working on that part ) and I've tried to not "discover" what else it does... I promise
Welcome to "blah blah blah", dreams. Of course, you can join....but we'll be keeping an eye on you.......

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Hello, my name is Sweetpea. My phone is made for making phone calls! But it can do more! It can hold its battery for longer than a day! But there is still more! I can even drop it on the floor without it being broken! It will even be able to witstand water! (that last one was very important, considering my last 3 phones died by drowning...)

And I can text with it, which is very handy if I'm on my way to my mother (1500km drive) so I can tell her where I am.
Welcome to "blah blah blah" Sweetpea. I once had my phone "drown" when bottle of water came open in my purse....it was only two weeks old. I took off the cover, let it site for a few days, and voila! It worked again!

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My internet was down the other day. The phone managed to save me with it's Edge/3G .
Lets see I use my phone for:
* Checking RSS-feeds
* Texting
* Twitter
* Podcast
* GPS
* Browsing
* Checking mail
* Playing Chess
* Listening to music
It's a small command-centre

The only thing I miss on my old "Can only make calls/text"-phone was the outstanding battery life.
And are any of these things so important, you can't do without them for a short while? Really?

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My name is TGS, and I have already confessed to having a crap phone. It's a Motorola and usually isn't at the same place as I am, but that doesn't matter because it is always on silent so I wouldn't know if someone was trying to call me or text me. It does have an alarm clock, but the only time I used it, it was still on silent so it didn't wake me up.
You are hereby a confirmed member.

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Originally Posted by bjones6416 View Post
Hello. My name is Betty and my phone ...

Oh, who am I trying to kid! I've got an Android phone, and I just came over here to tease you guys!

It's okay, though, because I bet you don't get that sweaty withdrawal feeling when you see that your battery is just a little TOO low to last the day...
Burn the witch!!

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My name is Abe, and since my main form of communication is the written word, there is no need for a cell phone, just a Crackberry. Talk is for woosies, for those who are too lazy to write. Email is a permanent record of communication (assuming you save it). Voice is an obsolete form of communication, except for face-to-face meetings, or long distance chats between family members or friends. I personally abhor the phone and phone rings. People use phones to (a) interrupt you, (b) tell you about a death or accident, or (c) sell you something via telemarketing. More bad news travels by phone than good news. Enough.
uh......oooookay!
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