Hands-On: BlackBerry Z10 and Q10
That they gave to app developers. What a waist
Of time. I'll stick with my Gs3
T Bone said:
I think it is more of an elbow of time than a waist, but that's just me....
Glad you threw your arm into that one before I did!
laughing my butt off !
All this talk about body parts and no phones
Come on Blackberry! Give me my phone!
I know someone who owns a StarTac and is "sittin this whole stupid smartphone fad out!"
Jump ship! Don't be afraid
Or, say YOU just need to commute to work daily in an inexpensive, reliable car, and say that a Toyota Corolla or a Honda Civic fits that need perfectly for you. Why then would you want someone to tell YOU to go out and buy say, a Tesla Model S, just because it's what someone else thinks is the coolest thing to have today?
Hats off to your friend the StarTac user who knows what they truly wan...
The StarTac is an old analog phone, it wouldn't support current networks. Heck, it isn't even a
The StarTac was first introduced as an analog phone. That phone was so successful that it was later updated.
They later added the digital bands and went from those bright LED numeric displays to LCD. The ones we had in '99 were "tri band" with the two Verizon digital frequencies and a backup analog. I think the GSM version was only digital later.
Thats why he is still able to use it on networks
With AT&T you pay on average $200 or less for almost any phone (correct me if I am wrong) on contract, but the phone actually cost upwards around $600 - 700. So that's $400- 500 dollars needs to recoup over two years to get their money back right? So wouldn't the guy keeping his old phone actually be making more money for AT&T?
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