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Old 10-25-2012, 10:22 PM   #11
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my 4g phones the display stayed on forever when plugged into ac and passing cell or wifi signal back and forth. Probably only a few minutes but they have a nasty habit of burning out. If you replace your cell every year, thanks you. You are keeping prices down for me. LOL
I don't see How my utilizing the insurance once or twice a year would make it cheaper for you?...I would think deductibles would be LESS if they had to replace less phones....also, a burned out screen would be covered under your manufacturers warranty.....so long as it was still under warranty...touch screen phones are notorious for going bad if you are a heavy texter as well....I've had my screens replaced under warranty for ghost texting several times....it only takes them 10min in store.....
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:53 PM   #12
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Based on my usage I rather use my T Mobile broad band for Internet while camping. It's easier than jumping through hoops with the campground Internet service. I only use TMobile Internet while camping so my usage is low and I might as well get my $20/mo worth out of it. Of course only two campgrounds I visit offer free Internet. The first place tend to forget what the current password is and the second place the Internet is only around the office area.
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