I?m kind of stock in 2009

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I am really loving this site?a good place to read about WP8 unlike GSMArena where there is so much hating and trolling. Its peaceful out here, in fact the comments are, permit me to say, healthy.

I have followed WP for quite some time now and the only way I get a firsthand experience is when I visit the shops?but not just any shop?the ones that let you play with the device just before you buy so that you have a feel of how the device works first.

The other day while I was at the shop, I had the opportunity of feeling firsthand the Lumia 920, my experience in one word?FLUID! As a matter of fact I consider those who have any of the Lumia series fortunate as I can only but imagine what your experiences are like, and to think that some of you have already started writing reviews on your personal experiences on the Lumia 1020 which just released last month makes me consider you guys fortunate.

So this is like an appeal to anyone who is about to shelve off their old Lumia to reconsider as I would really appreciate if it can be given out.

This year, April 19th 2013 will make it 4years since I have been with my LG KP500, and sometimes it makes me feel like I am stock in 2009 when I bought it.
Please if you feel you have the capacity to give here is my email address.
email: john9vs1to2(at)gmail(dot)com

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MaxPower203

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I'm sorry but this is pretty much the online version of panhandling. "Will someone please GIVE me their Lumia phone which isn't even a year old yet?"

I'll tell you what. You GIVE me $600 and I'll gladly turn my Lumia 920 over to you. Otherwise, move on. I vote this thread get locked/deleted ASAP.



I am really loving this site?a good place to read about WP8 unlike GSMArena where there is so much hating and trolling. Its peaceful out here, in fact the comments are, permit me to say, healthy.

I have followed WP for quite some time now and the only way I get a firsthand experience is when I visit the shops?but not just any shop?the ones that let you play with the device just before you buy so that you have a feel of how the device works first.

The other day while I was at the shop, I had the opportunity of feeling firsthand the Lumia 920, my experience in one word?FLUID! As a matter of fact I consider those who have any of the Lumia series fortunate as I can only but imagine what your experiences are like, and to think that some of you have already started writing reviews on your personal experiences on the Lumia 1020 which just released last month makes me consider you guys fortunate.

So this is like an appeal to anyone who is about to shelve off their old Lumia to reconsider as I would really appreciate if it can be given out.

This year, April 19th 2013 will make it 4years since I have been with my LG KP500, and sometimes it makes me feel like I am stock in 2009 when I bought it.
Please if you feel you have the capacity to give here is my email address.
email: john9vs1to2(at)gmail(dot)com

Regards.
 

ibuyufo

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and pass a credit check and feel like getting violated rectally once a month and overpaying for a phone by a few hundred bucks.

Your credit is bad? I'm assuming they did a credit check on me I can certainly say I did not get rectally raped. All I got was a phone.
 

z33dev33l

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Your credit is bad? I'm assuming they did a credit check on me I can certainly say I did not get rectally raped. All I got was a phone.

Do tell, how much do you pay a month for your plan? I pay $40 for unlimited everything after paying 450 outright for the phone. The average att subscriber pays 88 on a line plus applicable taxes. That's 44 less a month meaning that in 11 months my phone has paid for itself and after that, the 44 dollars a month is fluff. That's $572 plus applicable taxes to go towards something more useful, a months rent, a new phone, whatever. Buying on contract is the biggest scam ever.It'd have to be a $1000 dollar phone for a penny before it began to be justified.

As for my credit, it's kinda neutral as I'm young and buy most things outright. ATT wants a $600 deposit despite not even having a blemish.
 

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