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dunt du du DAH!!!!!!!

I finally made a decision.

It wasn't too hard, thanks to the wonderful customer service person at Verizon.Wireless.

But I chose not to get a Blackberry based on the price of the phone and the extra expense per month.  It seemed like the best idea, just based on the time that I spent playing around with my sister's Blackberry but after talking to the CSR at VW, I found that I could do everything that I wanted from a couple different phones.  Not only will it do everything that I would like it to do but, it's only an additional $10 per month {maybe even less, just need to see the first bill}.

After talking to the CSR, I felt confident in my decision to get a regular phone with HTML access/touch screen instead of a SmartPhone/PDA or Blackberry.

Here it is, the Samsung Rogue:



It's seriously perfect!

Not only can I look cool with my touch screen phone, unlike my old POS:

 


But, I can also access the internet, tweet straight from my phone, check out facebook, write an email, check all of my email accounts, text/write with a FULL keyboard and not just the key pad with numbers/letters, get updates on birthdays, look up anything on the internet {movie times, addresses, sports scores, etc...}, use a blue tooth headset, etc... The options are just endless. 

The only thing that the Blackberries, SmartPhones or PDA's can do that my phone won't do is access Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.  It also will not sync with my computer to have my calendar information/contacts be the same as what's on Outlook.  Those things aren't really that necessary for my phone usage.  I'm okay with still having to keep those things separate.

So, if you are looking for a new phone and you haven't found one yet, check out the Rogue.  You'll love it!

Comments

G+D said…
Ooh, very nice! I wish I had a BB!

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