All I want is good reception to h3ll with the other garbage. Which to me that cell phones are really lacking is the simple fact its a PHONE first.<br><br>I will say at work and the people I run across have those top of the line phones with all the features and they really use the features maybe 4 out of 10 and growing.<br><br>Now.<br>Why even buy a camera - ya phone has a 5 mega pix camera already and it can text message and surf the net on that tiny screen, not to mention basic PDA functions, alarm clock and yadas - So todays yuppie can save some serious dollars by buying a fancy phone and not having to buy the extra goodies like a camera.<br><br>Apple should dump the squids and build a Mac Phone but it has to work with all the services. Sorta like you can download a song from Verizon at 3 bucks or iTunes at 99 cents. You make the choice.<br><br>
I don't want much either. I do like the look of the phone. I want it to be small and nice looking. I want reception and I want bluetooth, though I couldn't get it with Verizon anywhere near my price range.<br><br>I didn't care about the camera, but it was hard not to get one with it because of the limited selection in this price range with Verizon. I love and hate Verizon. I love the reception I get everywhere, but I hate that they charge for everything. If my sister wants to send me photos of my niece, she would have to subscribe to Verizon's photo service. If I want a ring-tone, have to pay Verizon. I can make my own ring-tones, but they won't allow that. Unfortunately, switching is not an option because of the poor service in my office in downtown Chicago. Everyone has Verizon because everything else is far too spotty. I am fed up with cell companies and how much consumers are hurt and the limited options we really have.<br><br>
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