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Strange Phone Call

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Cell phone Sagem my202X ubt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wednesday, I received a strange phone message on my cell phone.  This is not one of the usual strange calls I used to get back when I first got the cell phone.  At that time, I found out that the number they gave me had formerly been the number for a quite popular girl.  Furthermore, said quite popular girl seemingly forgot to tell all her friends that she got a new number.  Either that or all her friends absent mindedly forgot to update their contacts when she gave them the new number.

No, this one was actually directed toward me.

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Question for Sprint Users

English: Sprint Nextel logo

English: Sprint Nextel logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I have a question for Sprint users… well, several questions, accidentally.

As those of you who follow my blog may know, Verizon (my current cell phone service provider) is dropping the unlimited data plan for those who were grandfathered in (like me).  Whether or not that is if we upgrade to a 4G phone or keep our old 3G phones is still unknown (one source says yes, one says no, one says yet but, and so on).  So, I am looking to move over to Sprint.  Thus, the questions.

How is the service with Sprint?  I would like to especially hear from people in the Northeast/Connecticut area.  Is the service comparable to Verizon?  Is the customer service good?

 

Cell Phone Poll

Cell Phone – Do I really Need It?

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I have a Verizon cell phone.  I got my latest contract just before they got rid of the unlimited data plan option, so I was grandfathered in.

 

Well, I thought I was.

 

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An Text Message Sent to Me By Accident

I would not say the text messages were all that amusing, but for the first few months I got my new cell phone, I was inundated with text messages. Apparently, the person who had my number before me was extremely popular, and had not told any of her friends she had gotten a new phone number. A few of these texters, when they discovered I was not little miss popular, even asked me if I knew her new number. Eventually, nearly all of her friends got the message that she had a new number, though they were getting it from me instead of her.

Thank goodness for unlimited texting or else my phone bill would have been through the roof.

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