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Registered: ‎11-23-2008
My Device: Storm - 9530

Documents to Go...

Has to go...

 

I went to try it out (Still have to get a working phone from Verizon or AT&T - I am interested in opinions on service through the southwest...) and lo and behold, it immediately tagged me to upgrade or I cannot create new document.

 

Ludicrous. A $250 phone that does not have editing capacity for a document?

 

I thought about that and realized that is EXACTLY what Apple did with the iPhone. No apps. No turn-by-turn directions. No voice dialing through Bluetooth...

 

So I am off to figure out what phone to use for my business...I will try the Touch Pro, but the screen is small.

 

I hate to have to change. Often.

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