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panther4life

what kind of cell phone do you have?

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My centro finally caved to all my abuse today so now i gotta go replace it. i'm strongly considering the pre but will also give the htc hero a look too..i'm on sprint btw

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Wouldn't use an HTC if it were given to me free, and I hate my touchscreen only Samsung. Next phone will be a new crackberry.

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I have two Instincts that I am selling, just got new Crackberrys.

If you want to buy a *gently* used instinct, PM me, I will give you a good deal!

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Crackberry Curve. I'm quite satisfied with it.

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sprint rant/ simple and im NOT getting all that other james bond stuff unless the bank buys it..which will be with the new gig(if i get it) so crackberry here i come

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Dunno. It was free with the plan, and it makes phone calls, sends text messages, and takes crappy pictures. Nothing more.

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