I sometimes get an error telling me I have too many cards open and that I should close a card before trying to open a new one. The thing is, I can't figure out how many I should be able to open at one time. I've had as many as 7 open before getting this message...and as few as two!
Anyone else having this problem? Any ideas on why I get this?
This is one of the smallest phones ive ever seen. Its smaller than the Centro, about the same size just thinner and lighter! The phone is very powerful for being in such a small form factor. Some men may be squeemish to get a small phone called the Pixi, but I'm a man and have no problem carrying this phone because it looks solid; doesnt look girly at all (maybe if a pink version comes out). I'd rate this phone a 9/10 just because its such a powerful device in such a light, small form factor... not an "upgrade" to the Pre, but definately an alternative - I like it a lot. 🙂
Will this phone require a "Simply Everything" plan?
I am on a $29.99 employee plan that includes everything I could ever need to use this device to its fullest potential (unlimited data, unlimited text/picture messaging, GPS included, etc.), but Sprint has required its customers to use a Simply Everything plan on many of its newer devices (Instinct and Pre). Does anyone know if this phone will be available to those without a Simply Everything plan?
I know at this point it's heresy to not include every little feature a phone can carry. Adults MAY use it, business use it? But from my experience teens don't really use wi-fi as often as people think. Teens mostly care for messaging.
Why would teens need wi-fi? Most of them text, IM, Facebook, Twitter. Is a teen willing to pay Starbucks for wi-fi to check their Facebook faster? Is a teen going to use their phone at home instead of their home computer? Is a teen going to go to a sports bar really going to connect on wifi?