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    Quote Originally Posted by cglaguna View Post
    I don't mind it on my iPad, and I am fast typing with a virtual keyboard, I just don't want to have to look at the keyboard. I can walk and type on all my previous phones (except iphone)without having to look at the screen. Or I can type under a table at a restaurant using the "f" bump. Or one handed.
    This won't work in the restaurant, but otherwise, you could use the voice to text.


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  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by verwon View Post
    This won't work in the restaurant, but otherwise, you could use the voice to text.


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    Other than in your car, where would you use the voice to text feature? At home I'd use my computer. At work, in a restaurant, on the train, at pretty much any public place, I'd prefer a keyboard.
  3. #43  
    Quote Originally Posted by xcomputerman View Post
    Unless you're hamstrung for the money there's no need to waste your upgrade/lock into a new contract for an Evo. Just go to Ebay/CraigsList and buy one off contract. You can get a brand new Evo these days for like $375 or even less. And if later down the line you want to get a new phone, you can just sell it and recoup some of your money back.
    Dumb question. I was thinking along these lines as well to maybe save the new 10$ activation smartphone fee.

    I guess i don't know how sprint billing will know i changed phones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzlegal View Post
    Other than in your car, where would you use the voice to text feature? At home I'd use my computer. At work, in a restaurant, on the train, at pretty much any public place, I'd prefer a keyboard.
    I don't, actually and it can be used anywhere. I use my phone far more than anything else.

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  5. #45  
    Quote Originally Posted by giograves View Post
    Dumb question. I was thinking along these lines as well to maybe save the new 10$ activation smartphone fee.

    I guess i don't know how sprint billing will know i changed phones.
    I think the $10 fee kicks in automatically on activation, so you pretty much won't be able to avoid it. Think of it this way, at least (hopefully) you're getting 4G, and it's still a lot cheaper than Verizon & AT&T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by giograves View Post
    Dumb question. I was thinking along these lines as well to maybe save the new 10$ activation smartphone fee.

    I guess i don't know how sprint billing will know i changed phones.
    Maybe, because you have to activate the phone, on your account?!?

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  7. #47  
    Quote Originally Posted by verwon View Post
    Maybe, because you have to activate the phone, on your account?!?

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    Yeah well may seem obvious but it seems this fee was tacked on through a purchasing channel.

    I mean look at it this way. If say I lose my Pre and use my old berry instead is that a "new" activation? If I get a replacement Pre, I have to activate that too. Is that a new activation? I though it was a legitimate question.

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