iPhone or Samsung?

iPhone or Samsung?


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ironpony

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#61
there excuse always was either there rolling out more spectrum in my area or it was server maintenance really for 13 months. i just told em that it was the old fashion way of telling customers to **** off:stare1:
I always thought it was AT&T's "up yours" customer service approach.
 

krelithous

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#62
I always thought it was AT&T's "up yours" customer service approach.
i always called em tard-mobile:D. it took me 9 phone calls just to close out my account:mad: freaking nonsense!!! and how much was i saving over verizon every month $ 7.00 that's it for **** poor service:stare1:
 

ironpony

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#63
AT&T decided I hadn't paid my final bill - I had, and retained the cancelled check.

For nine years, they kept turning that bill over to collections. In 2008, I paid an attorney to order them to get lost.

:bigpaddle:

That's after years of ****ty service.

They still have the gall to tell me how bad Verizon is, and his I should dump them and sign up for their renewed ****ty service.

:mad-97:
 

THBatMan8

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#64
I bought the samsung galaxy j 7 on sale last black friday at walmart for 50 bucks. Im using straight talks 55 a month plan.

Overall im happy. Phone does what i want it to do, and i use it for quite a bit of things.
 
#65
Anything past iPhone 4 is a rip off. Go Samsung. Proud Apple iPhone 5s owner for get this . . . Almost 8 years now :) - All I need it for is email, text and phone. Works great.
 

krelithous

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#66
Anything past iPhone 4 is a rip off. Go Samsung. Proud Apple iPhone 5s owner for get this . . . Almost 8 years now :) - All I need it for is email, text and phone. Works great.
have the galaxy S9+ and it makes the crapple iphone 8 plus look like a POS:D. iphones are for looks the samsung galaxies are for power and performance
 

krelithous

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#67
Been looking at the galaxy s10 and it's looking pretty bomb with 5 cameras
 

mndriver

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#68
Looking forward to the day I can go back to the flip phone.

There's apps for controlling the trolling motor, the fish locator, the trim, the big motor,

You can find apps to tell you where to fish and with what for the species you want to Target. Apps to tell you how to get to the lake as well as which lakes have a better bite.

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krelithous

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#70
i have to say that i love bixby on the s9+ as bixby can do a whole lot more than siri can plus you can train siri to do new commands also unlike siri. iphones are so 80's:eek::D:biglaugh:
 
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krelithous

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#71
Anything past iPhone 4 is a rip off. Go Samsung. Proud Apple iPhone 5s owner for get this . . . Almost 8 years now :) - All I need it for is email, text and phone. Works great.
more of a rip off when it cost apple $150.00 to make the phone and sell it to use for $700.00 -1000.00 id imagine the galaxies are cheaper to make
 

krelithous

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#75
it's cheaper to unlock a samsung over an iphone
 

(((ME)))

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#78
I be the first to admit my communication skills of today's cell phones and tablets is lacking some experience. Finally took that big step and cut the cord on my home phone and internet.....purchased a tablet....and cell phone....learned to cuss them both....and it was swim or sink in learning to use them. Bought a lap top computer and now looking into a jet pack for it.....lol I getting portable one step at a time. Heck the wonder of it all.
 

dave350

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#79
I had a Samsung flip phone years ago that damn near caught on fire. That was enough for me. I can’t remember what I had after that phone.

I reluctantly switched over to a smartphone mostly for ability of taking pics for work. I started with an iPhone 4. I have a six plus now. I chose the plus so I can read various things and the bigger screen makes it easier.

I’m not hardcore one way or the other on phones or anything else for that matter but I won’t buy a Samsung after the smokin phone experience.
 

krelithous

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#80
I be the first to admit my communication skills of today's cell phones and tablets is lacking some experience. Finally took that big step and cut the cord on my home phone and internet.....purchased a tablet....and cell phone....learned to cuss them both....and it was swim or sink in learning to use them. Bought a lap top computer and now looking into a jet pack for it.....lol I getting portable one step at a time. Heck the wonder of it all.
i bet it felt liberating to cut the cord didn't it:D. i still have the cable companies boxes and DVR in my closet since it's free and i can't remove them from my bill or it would break up my bundle. but i know when my deal is over i am looking forward to giving em there crap back since it's outdated and it looks like it went out with the flip phone. i don't comprehend paying 30.00 a month for a DVR that's not even a whole home system and the UI is so outdated:mad:. i went out and bought a tivo along with 5 mini's i did call tivo to see if i could get a deal on the lifetime sub and i got it for 199.00 and not at the regular price. by dumping there crap i am saving 30.00 a month just in DVR FEE'S. but i am looking forward to returning there crap to them as i dont need it
 
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