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Old 06-08-2010, 05:32 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by BobRoosth View Post
Nope. First question is: do you have a current account with AT&T Wireless?
No, and of course I know that. AT&T is strong here, but it is not my favorite company (I hated AT&T DSL). But the alternative is Verizon, which has at least as miserable a rep.

Many reviewers find the newest Android phones to be quite comparable. And with Android phones there are choices of touch keyboards or real keyboards.
Thanks. Not sure about keyboard issue. I suspect that no phone keyboard would be great for me (I type about 80 wpm on a real keyboard, but cannot imagine touch-typing at all on one of those cutesy phone keyboards).

On the other hand, I am starting from nowhere: Neither of us has any cell phone. I just do not want to get stuck again without one, and I have the graphic designer’s urge to have something graceful and elegant (functionally and perhaps visually).

My husband, engineer to the end, is more pragmatic, of course. <g>

Thanks very much for your thoughts.

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