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Tiffany01 01-14-2013 10:01 AM

What Kind Of Cell Phone Do You Have??
 
I have the Samsung Stellar.http://i1186.photobucket.com/albums/...572/005-14.jpg
Post Pics Please.

DraftyAiresMum 01-14-2013 10:13 AM

I have an old HTC Droid Eris. I hate it. Can't wait for taxes cuz we're getting new phones.
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Nightside 01-14-2013 10:40 AM

Kyocera Hydro. Cheap, waterproof, smart phone. Very useful for those times you're scrubbing out the water trough and your phone slips out of your pocket. Still works perfect, no bulky case needed and no contract
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usandpets 01-14-2013 10:40 AM

We have the iPhone4. Had issues from the start. Thinking of switching to the Droid.
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Poseidon 01-14-2013 10:51 AM

I am sort of failing wih phones right now.. My phone-phone for calls and texts? LG Octane. It was their next model after discontinuing the enV line. Similar design, which I liked. However, It sucks and I still have glitch issues wih it after owning it for two years.

What am I typing this on? An iPhone 4S. It was a Christmas present from my bf because it belonged to his roommate, who dropped it in the snow after owning it for all of 3 months (the thing looks brand new) and fried the LCD. Didn't think to get it fixed so bf bought it off him and fixed it for a fraction of the price to buy it even used. Buuuuut I am a broke college student and I can't afford to upgrade to a data plan. So it's a fancy iPod right now..

MHFoundation Quarters 01-14-2013 10:53 AM

I have a pos Droid Razr. I'm on my 3rd replacement phone. I hate it. Had an old Droid incredible before this one and it was much better.

Of all the smart phones (have tried them all pretty much) I had the least amount of problems with my old blackberry.
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Jake and Dai 01-14-2013 10:56 AM

I've got an iPhone 4, issued from work. I've never had a problem with it other than some pretty big bills when I forget to turn off data roaming when travelling. :oops:

Iseul 01-14-2013 11:15 AM

I finally got myself a nice fancy, smart phone. I don't like the $101 monthly bill, I absolutely love my Samsung Galaxy SIII. Currently the pictures aren't all loading (like on here, gonna take it in soon to find out why), but Ive never had any other issues with it. Save, Ive only had it for 2 months, but I still like it. I will also say, Inever thought in a million years Id have gone with Sprint..but I have service just about everywhere, including where I dont even want it (middle of the woods on a trail, too many people text me xD ).

I think I'll be happy enough with this phone for the next 2 years. (:
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Endiku 01-14-2013 11:45 AM

A T-Mobile Sparq. Its just a no-contract slide phone with a keyboard which is perfectly fine for me. I pay for my own phone (teenager) and cant afford anything fancy and no data plan, so I really only call on it. I don't even text.

Before this I had a $15 Nokia xD pretty much water proof, fall proof, heat proof...I don't know how many times that thing fell in water or out of my pocket when I was riding and it was still perfectly fine!

DieselPony 01-14-2013 12:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Endiku (Post 1843658)
Before this I had a $15 Nokia xD pretty much water proof, fall proof, heat proof...I don't know how many times that thing fell in water or out of my pocket when I was riding and it was still perfectly fine!

My Nokia stood up to everything! I miss that phone. Just a nice, simple flip phone, it still works fine. But its from 5 years ago, through a different phone company, and I just can't get it hooked back up.

My current is a Blackberry Curve. I don't have any data plan, I just use it for texting and occasional phone calls. I do get my emails to it though.
Haven't had any issues with it in the past two years, and it has even been in my horse's mouth. Dropped it on concrete from 12 feet up with not even a scratch. I do credit the Otter Box for a lot of its safety.


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