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Favorite Phone?

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Dukie, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    What phone do you use?

    What's your favorite phone?

    Is the phone you are using, your favorite phone?

    My answer would be yes and iPhone ;)
  2. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    I use a touchtone.

    My favorite is rotary.

    Laugh if you must, but touchtone can be phished, and NOBODY can hack a rotary phone.
  3. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    [quote author=Clara Listensprechen link=topic=70.msg261#msg261 date=1311537984]
    I use a touchtone.

    My favorite is rotary.

    Laugh if you must, but touchtone can be phished, and NOBODY can hack a rotary phone.
    [/quote]

    But Touchtones (phones), are way more customizable and have lots of more functions, including mobile web browser.

    heck, I can do pretty much everything with my iPhone as I can with my laptop.
  4. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    [quote author=Dukie link=topic=70.msg268#msg268 date=1311550398]
    [quote author=Clara Listensprechen link=topic=70.msg261#msg261 date=1311537984]
    I use a touchtone.

    My favorite is rotary.

    Laugh if you must, but touchtone can be phished, and NOBODY can hack a rotary phone.
    [/quote]

    But Touchtones (phones), are way more customizable and have lots of more functions, including mobile web browser.

    heck, I can do pretty much everything with my iPhone as I can with my laptop.
    [/quote]
    Oh dear. That's not a touchtone phone you're using--you're using a smartphone. A touchtone phone is a landline with wires, no cell service.
  5. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    Oh oops.

    Meh, smartphones are the future 8)
  6. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    That means phishing and hacking have a future. Pass. :p
  7. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    Honestly, you're gonna have to adapt to it eventually!
  8. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    Only if there's a way to use it by keeping it far away from my head.

    I don't think so.
  9. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    [quote author=Clara Listensprechen link=topic=70.msg345#msg345 date=1311808705]
    Only if there's a way to use it by keeping it far away from my head.

    I don't think so.
    [/quote]

    It's called Bluetooth Headset ;)
  10. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    If it's on my head, it ain't far enuff away. :p
  11. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    Mmm, just Bluetooth the phone with the car and you can talk while driving and listen through the Car's sound system.
  12. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    Yeah, but "What's The Frequency, Kenneth?"

    I don't want no mini microwave oven closer than arm's length.
  13. ARG Guest

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    Lol, I am still using my seven year old Motorola Razor phone. :-\
  14. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    LOLz! you ancient antique, you...!

    :D
  15. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    Wow a razor?

    :x

    Man, we aren't in the stone age... It has long passed.
  16. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    Sorry, but stone age = smoke signals. I'm in the Bronze Age with amateur radio Morse Code. Lest ye forget, it was text messaging that launched Thomas Edison and Western Union in the Iron Age.
  17. ARG Guest

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    Hey, all I need a phone for is making and receiving calls and taking an occasional picture. My Razor still works like new and I don't use it for web stuff so why spend $300 to $500 for a new phone?

    ;)
  18. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    Bingo. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Or replace it. It's why I still have a rotary phone.
  19. Dukie New Member

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    Jun 13, 2011
    Well, you'll have to change it eventually.

    For me, I need a smartphone because I like to stay connected online, using Facebook and AIM with friends.
  20. Clara Listensprechen Member

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    Jul 14, 2011
    Hehehehe...I don't, and I like not having an umbilical cord tied to the interwebs at all times. It's liberating. It's conducive to having a life, too. ;)

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