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tardtasticx
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  #271348 9-Nov-2009 16:59
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I have another phone which my XT sim is in, but I dont want to carry 2 phones with me everyday... where will i put the other? (one always stays in my pocket, and my wallet in the other)




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  #271350 9-Nov-2009 17:20
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get smaller phones then? I often am carrying 3 or 4 depending on who is overseas and needing their phones answered. One time I had 6 on me which was a bit insane.

When you have a phone that us hard to use as a phone like an N97 you want to have 2 anyway.




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  #271436 9-Nov-2009 21:00
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Well I have had about, 3? phones this year alone... and I have finally decided to stop buying them, until they break and I have no choice but to get a new one. I have a Nokia 6500 which costs a heap and is titanium shelled, weighs a tonne, and a HTC touch, which is just huge also, also costing alot, and they are big for me, but compared to alot of the other phones out there, they are tiny... and I dont really want to leave one in my bag or something, because its an easy target to be stolen... I just wish vodafone would have an unlimited txt bundle like telecom and stop making everything so damn awkward, then I'd use that bundle and if it were $12 like telecoms, then I'd be happy to spend only $8 a month on calling. I forget where we're going with this, but the main point I think, is that Vodafone needs to keep up IMO. They can afford it clearly if they give out $1m to people who dont need it, (inc. those who had no calls or txts for days on end). Something for them to consider




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