Poking around my Sprint account looking at the free phone upgrades... What? No iPhones?
I've been a client of Sprint for over ten years and really like their service. I'm wandering around my apartment trying to find the last two cell phone bills but there's this tiny voice in the back of my head that wont stop whispering that I may have placed them in the shred pile. Hmm... That's not a good thing because I really need them nooooooowwww (LOL).
What's a girl to do besides go online and print out the PDFs... Problem is I have now discovered my LG phone is old school entitled to a $150 upgrade and there are a bunch of neat free phones to choose from. I have been holding out for when the iPhone makes its way to my calling platform of choice. I kept thinking Apple might get around to it in time for them making my very merry 2011 Christmas. Am I an idiot to hold on to that pipe dream or a savvy Mac Baby to patiently wait my turn for a cool social media business toy?
My gal pal has a $349 BlackBerry® Curve™ 3G smartphone that I can get for free if I simply click the upgrade link. Being the Queen of Free I really like that thought. However, that means if the iPhone does eventually come out on Sprint I just blew my upgrade credit and/or have to wait for version 5 to come along. You do realize there will one day be a version 5 right? It's Apple. They can't help themselves. They're always inventing an improvement (LOL). ;-)
Do I click or do I go now? After all, I'm supposed to be printing out a bunch of business PDFs.
Here's the Specification Highlights: "Get wireless Wi-Fi access in more places * Scroll through and play your voice messages in any order with Visual Voicemail. Key Features * 3G speeds where available * Chat-style messaging * Music capable * Sprint TV® * GPS Navigation enabled * Web browsing capable * Email capable * Camera * Bluetooth® Wireless * Memory card slot * Voice activated dialing..."
What would you do?
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