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Aug 01, 2005

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Paul J.

A lot of this is dependant on where you are regionally. I have to admit that a couple of issues which you bring up are non-issues in Europe due to better connectivity. Once you have a certain amount of connectivity it becomes significantly easier to like your phone. I too though do not yet "love" my phone. I could see myself soon though loving my phone and I can't live without it anymore.

jeff

don't get me wrong, I couldn't live without my mobile phone either.

btw, are you in Palo Alto?

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