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Did I mention that on Tuesday, Andy dumped coffee all over my cell phone?  I had hopes that putting it out in the sun to dry would revive it, but alas, no luck.  So last night, Wayne talked Sprint into giving me my annual phone upgrade rebate a couple weeks early and I got a newer, pinker phone.

This is she... the photo doesn't do justice to her shocking pinkness.

Also, I have fallen victim to trendiness and she is also takes pictures.  Whoo hoo.   I lost a lot of numbers when the phone died because I was dumb and didn't write them in my address book.  This is the first time I had a phone die like that.  So if you think I had your number, or if you know I had your number and you aren't sure if I still do, text me.  :)   Thanky!

Also, if I had the stupid $7 insurance on it, I could have replaced it for free.  Grrrr.  Oh well, live and learn, right???



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Aug. 9th, 2007 04:07 pm (UTC)
Pretty phone! Doesn't Sprint use a SIM card?
Aug. 9th, 2007 04:14 pm (UTC)
You know? I don't know. What does a SIM card do?
Aug. 9th, 2007 05:04 pm (UTC)
That is the card that is supposed to store all your numbers and stuff I think. I have Verizon and they don't use the GSM system but rather I think it is CDMA system (I temped at Voicestream - now T-Mobile a few years back). On the back of the phone, or maybe under the battery, there would be a little card, maybe like a mini SD memory card or something that would indicate if it was a GSM phone (that uses SIM cards) or not.

Though some of then newer phones actually require a separate memory card to store numbers and stuff so you might want to just look.
Aug. 9th, 2007 05:43 pm (UTC)
Pretty phone! I'm trying to ignore my desire for a new pretty phone. Since I know I won't ever have a baby girl, I'm allowing myself some pink. :)

We have the insurance on B's phone and it's already paid for itself.
Aug. 10th, 2007 01:47 am (UTC)
The guy at the store told us that since that store isn't a repair facility if I'd come in with my phone and told him it stopped working, and had insurance, he'd have to give me a new phone and an upgraded phone since mine isn't available anymore. He said most people use the insurance to make sure they always have the newest, coolest phone.
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