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joachim said:No, no, no...you've got that all wrong. People state the obvious, and then I skewer them.
I had to get on here first before MuchDrama stated the obvious to everyone.
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Good looking phones
Or is there a rule that states:
Cool looking phones won't work and Nokia 5165's live forever!
I like the big screen, but since Nextel caters to businesses, why do they have such ugly phones? I don't mean this to start a riot. It's just usually, business people want the best looking phones.
Or is the
Does verizon really
I can only speak for Central Florida (Orlando area) but hands down, Verizon has this market COVERED. I've had cingular, I couldn't use my phone in my apartment, and might I add that I lived directly across from Sea Wo