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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Dec 19, 2009.
Which do you do?
and since my message was too short
hahahahaha some more!
I'm lucky to be on the BB! I do have a tracfone, but my hubby programmed all the numbers in it for me. I'm totally tech illiterate!
I don't even like the telephone. No use for all the garbage on the net. The chat forums are good enough for me.
my cell phone is a tracphone too, but I programed it myself, lol.
Blackberry = data plan = $$$, so I don't have one.
iPhone is made by Apple and only on AT&T. Three strikes (Apple, AT&T, and the association with the cult of Mac) and it's a no-go.
GPS? I'm a gy! I don't need no stinking GPS!
And other: I run a computer help forum. You savvy?
I'm on Facebook and Twitter, I have a cell phone and text with it when needed (it's a prepaid phone - Virgin Mobile) and that's about it. iPhone is too expensive although DH has a Touch which is really nice. I don't need or want a GPS because I know where I'm going.
I rarely used my gps until I started working in another town. I use it all the time now.
I have a phone...
It's one of those new fangled things without a cord.
I've yelled at my wife and kids that if they don't put it back on the charger I'll tie a cord on it and staple it to the wall.
How about "None of the above"?
My phone is an HTC Touch Pro. Cool phone! Syncs up with my computer (calendar and contacts). I text, but I'm real slow (my kids are much faster). My church is glad that I have a cell phone. They want their pastor "accessible."
I have a cellphone but it's the only thing I have of all the choices listed. I only bought it for emergency use (it's a Tracfone as I don't wish to get caught up in multi-year long contracts and such.) I have to walk a mile each way to get to work and my sister said I really should have one in case of an emergency.
I hate talking on a cell phone. They're not that comfortable to hold or talk on, they're not as easy to hear on as a "real phone". It's annoying to be on the receiving end of a cell phone call as the caller sometimes cuts in and out and you never know when they're going to randomly disconnect. I intend to keep my land line phone.
Believe it or not, my extension phone is a rotary dial phone, which I bought brand new (still in its box) on Ebay about ten years ago. It has a date code from 1991 (I wouldn't have guessed they were still making brand new rotary phones in 1991).
My main land line phone does make a concession to modernity in that it does have push button dialing. I can remember back in the 1970's there was monthly surcharge if you had a phone that used push button dialing.
I do have an mp3 player. Does that make me a lttle less "unsavvy?"