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No iPhone, No Droid… This is My Real Cell Phone!

Black, Gray, and Iridescent Blue Spots - Noumea, New Caledonia

Black, Gray, and Iridescent Blue Spots – Noumea, New Caledonia


For as much technology that surrounds me at work, with my degree, and the constant Geek Squad pastimes I have including websites, tech support, etc. I find myself constantly being asked about what kind of cell phone I have and use…  Well, believe it or not, my primary cell phone is an LG VX3200.  This marvel of mobile calling came into the world back in 2004 and has been with me almost ever since.  It has SMS Text capability, but never bothered to turn it on.  Battery life on this thing is still amazing and I can go days without charging it…  The only problem that I am facing with it now is that finding any replacement accessories for it is nearly impossible, and at some point I am worried that Verizon will stop supporting the early release CDMA network it works on…

In the meantime though, while the rest of the iPhone and Droid world is dropping $120+ a month on voice and data, I am just sitting back and relaxing with my nearly unlimited voice family plan at $23.46 a month…  Maybe one of these days, I might take the leap to a smarter phone, but honestly, I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

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