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Is your phone an asset or a nuisance?

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Chidi, u need Jesus. Lmao.

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Mine is my personal assistant internet modem my link to the world infact it is my must useful property and best pal cannot stay 30 mins without it

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nothing compares to my fone.i gat a complete bible,games, lovely jams,quite slim motorola L7. i feel cool with it.yeah man no nuisance.

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@MissLollie

Hey sista! You sure know how to kick Bottom wit em HTC machines, keep it up. How i soo much wish i could get my hands on the pro, You know i am in Nigeria and it took my more than 2 yrs longing n wishing to lay my hands in the XDA b4 i finally got the XDA2i coutesy of a pal in UK.

What i can do to get a pro or JAsjar

How much joes the pro cost at the moment??

ChuckDee

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My Fones are assets cos i am a sucker for fones. They tend to b nuissance wen i get unwanted calls and txt msgs

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Ma phone is definetly an asset to me!

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@ old glory

yeah i keep at least two callin card in my wallet everyday

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my phone is an asset baby pda phones are hard to come by and i can advertise my music by adding it as my ringtone thoh it has caused me pain, cuz like one day i pretended like i was talking to someone to make my boy jealous and he called me and the poo rang lol,

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Seun, you got me all wrong. Am talking of guys that molest chicks (criminals) , bla bla.

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disney, what about in a country like naija where the emergency number is 999, but still doesn't work? as a matter of fact, dem go 1st thief d fone (if e get level) before dem unleash their "crouching python" for ur "hidden beaver".

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Hehe! very funny i'd say. The Phone thing has became a controversial issue here, i think we shoudnt be sceptical here, a telephone is a necesity period!

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Yeah Vickybabe

I feel you, what is up with all the Flashes from Nigeria. I do not get it. I now have to keep a Phone card stand-by just in-case.

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For we ladies, our phone is very necessary, just imagine a guy wants To Molest ya in the middle of no way, just dial 911. I have heard of many chicks that have been saved just because of their cell phone oooooooo.

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MY house phone i do not need it the kids get more calls than i do.

my cell phone i had to get one . the only one that calls me is my boss to live instructions.

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my phone is an assest ofcourse, what would i do without it just kidding

there is too much personal stuff on there.

even though i get over 20 flashes from my naija friends everyday

then my phone is a nuisance considering the bills

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My phone is a valued asset to me but more than a nuisance to my family because it never stops ringing. My Bf and i keep flashing one another if possible every minute of the day, including several calls just to say I LOVE YOU. My mom has stoped raking about it, i guess she's used to the sound now.

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Asset. Love my phone.

I mean, that thing is deffinitely and ASSET!

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my phone(s) are assets, keeping in touch by the minute is something required by my lifestyle.

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i thought as much. does it use sim card cuzz i wann@ buy one of those but i want it to also be operational in naija.

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Diddy

With my service provider, i do not have a sim card, you can try T-mobile and see. I think they have a Palm phone they use but i am not sure.

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Palm Treo 700p Smartphone with broadband access!!

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DUDE

I would die without my cellphone. I use an average of 7000 Minutes a month. I have gone as high as 12,000 in one month before. I do not have a home phone. I do my Banking,Internet,Business,Sport updates, everything is on my phone. I have had my number for over 8yrs and i would literally freak out if my $hit is tampered with. Oh i also have Insurance on that Joint. I am on my phone right now!! I love this $hit. Definitely an ASSET!

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My phone!!!! Very valuable assets.

1. Wakes me up every 5am

2.My to do list on it

3. Just spoke with my mum this morning

4. My wife just sent me a text, to find out what I will take for dinner

5. My junior in the office heading to our headoffice, just called me now that he is at 3rd mainland bridge.

6.At home I browse with it as I don't have Internet connectivity at home.

7. should I countine ,

Those that their phone is nuisance, please give me contact address, I will personally come and remove the nuisance from you. Seun take note!!

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at times, a big asset and also at times, a biiiigggggggggggggg nuisance!!!!!!!!!!!

but hate it or love it, it is a neccessary tool.

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does anyone know where or how much i can get a w800i

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@ Queenzy,

Has nothing to do with money pls. Just what I like. At least my current fone is 6months old and no plan to change it for now, maybe later

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An Asset, cos of the many functions on my NOKIA 6230i. Am a NOKIA freak, this is my 10th NOKIA fone since ECONET gave the line to me free of charge in 2001

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I know a fellow who has an N90 nokia who can't text, cant install software, doesnt play MP3's, doesnt browse. ONLY CALLS. that fone is liability to him, he just doesnt know yet. Nigerians!

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My phone is also a nuisance because I have dropped it so many times that its an eyesore right now. Everytime it drops, which is like every hour, the battery pops right out. I guess that explains why I don't make so many calls on it because I have to hide it most of the time. One of the brackets broke the other day and the other is about to break. The annoying thing is that it cost me an arm and a leg.

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My phone is a nuisance. I hardly get calls or call anybody on it. My carrier( Sprint) also sucks but I was entrapped into a 2 year contract. However, I don't think I can do without one.

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My phone, i just cant find the perfect word to describe it, i recieve more than 10calls a day, my older ones call it customer care.

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Just in one sentence, how did we cope before GSM came?

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my phone is an asset, anybody can always locate me so far i have my phone with me,i also like sending and receiving sms.

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My own phone is a nuisance:

- The battery runs out frequently and I have to recharge it.

- The validity period expires and I have to buy new recharge cards even if I make no calls.

- Sometimes someone I don't know may flash me or call me at an inconvenient time.

Frankly, I just want people to email me instead of calling. Why am I spending so much for Internet only to have to spend more on an annoying GSM phone? It's a nuisance!

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