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23-10-2008, 04:59 PM   #21

Re: iPhone


I have an LG Viewty, its has all the facitities to surf the net, emails etc....but up till now have not tried that bit!!!



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23-10-2008, 05:01 PM   #22

Re: iPhone


Haha, i've always avoided that function on my mobiles too as it is confusing and can be costly. But the iPhone has it so well integrated, which is part of the reason I'm getting it.



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23-10-2008, 05:08 PM   #23

Re: iPhone


Quote:
Originally Posted by Matron
NOW THE IMPORTANT QUESTION YOLA IS.....

are you addicted to brickbreaker
Nope I tried it once but was so totally hopeless that I haven't bothered again.



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23-10-2008, 05:27 PM   #24

Re: iPhone


Just thought I would say if any of you, i know Meeps you do use FB feel free to add me

email is natalie_7463@hotmail.com

Natalie Morris



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23-10-2008, 08:11 PM   #25

Re: iPhone


I did look into an iphone, but decided that it wasn't worth it for me as I just wouldn't use it to its full advantage. However, if it's whatt you want - go for it! Only downside I know of is that you can't send or receive picture messages.

DM, I know where you're coming from, but I love having my mobile now, makes me feel more secure, especially when I was working nights. My OH used to text me about an hour before my shift finished, saying "not long to go" I really looked forward to that! I also feel happier driving knowing I have my phone and it is the only way I can keep in touch with my daughter now that she is at uni. We text each other every day!



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23-10-2008, 08:50 PM   #26

Re: iPhone


I think it's a generational thing to a degree. Most of my friends don't have a cell phone; those that do are younger than I am. (I actually have friends who don't have a computer!!! ). But it's a fact of life for younger people and you really need to have one to be in touch with everything 24/7. So get the best one you can afford, which sounds like the iPhone for you, Meep.

I've had one for years; had a regular one that I didn't use for anything but calling; features were way too complicated. So, then Samsung came out with the Jitterbug, which is a simple phone that's just a phone, I switched. I only use it for convenience...making calls outside when I don't feel like coming in to use the land line, or when I'm on the computer (dial-up). I never give the number to anyone, as I keep it off except when I want to call. It's comforting to have it upstairs at night if I should be ill or hear someone trying to break in. And do carry it with me when I'm out shopping, etc,



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23-10-2008, 10:03 PM   #27

Re: iPhone


Friends husband has one and loves it. He uses it constantly.

I am also a pay as you go, don't use it unless you have to person.

I do have a blackberry supplied by work as I'm out and about a bit. Had the curve but hated it for calls so now I have the pearl.

I think if it meets what you want and ticks all the boxes then go for it.

(I'm going to the apple store on Monday, thinking about replacing my nano)



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