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Living untethered brings new problems, solutions

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re: Living untethered brings new problems, solutions
WKetel   6/2/2010 5:17:34 PM
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Of course, a portion of the problem is due to marketing types who keep demanding that phones be smaller every few weeks. once the buttons became to small to work with my fingers, I dropped out of the market. I am fortunate that my four year old phone still works well, since those that I see now are indeed just too small.

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