i have to pay $20/month for 20 MB of data usage while in Europe. so i can't use my iPhone too much (i bought a new GPS with European maps so that should help). i was going to ask if the car power outlets were the same in Europe as here in the USA (the round kind). if so, then i have a charger for the car already.<br><br>i sold my car the other day so i'll be riding the bus to work when i go. the ride takes about 40 minutes (so almost an 1 1/2 hours there and back). my old iPhone would have its battery drain pretty quickly as well. my iPhone is a year old and i go from a full battery to about 1/5 power in less than a day and have run out a few times along the way when i really needed to get back online more. my wife's 1st gen. iPhone can go days without being recharged. she obviously didn't need an iPhone. <br><br>thanks for the extender link. 3 weeks and 3 days until touch down in Frankfurt. <br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
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