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    I am finally going to give up my Sony Ericsson and go with a Smartphone so I can have internet access on the road.

    I am a T Mobile customer. The reviews of the Samsung Galaxy are all over the place. HTC appears to be T Mobile's premium product, but they want $199 for the upgrade to the 4G product, and they are giving away the 3G product. Confusing.

    I'm doing this on upgrade, and if for no other reason than "because" I am thinking that I want a 4G phone with front facing camera and touch screen. Part of the reason for the touch screen is because they are bigger, and you can increase the font for aging eyes.

    So what do you guys have and how much do you love/hate it?
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    Go with Verizon, I have a Droid Thunderbolt and its a pretty good phone. I am waiting for the droid Galaxy or whatever they are calling it nowadays to come out sometime in Dec.
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    Experience? None! If it's not connected to a land line, I won't use it.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv View Post
    Experience? None! If it's not connected to a land line, I won't use it.........
    When you pick up your phone to make a call do you have to say to the operator "klondike 525? :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    When you pick up your phone to make a call do you have to say to the operator "klondike 525? :p
    Nope! Just punch in the numbers like a "smart" phone. And the technology doesn't go obsolete every six months.....:p

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv View Post
    Nope! Just punch in the numbers like a "smart" phone. And the technology doesn't go obsolete every six months.....:p
    You forgot to mention that you have to crank it first.
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