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Why Change That Phone? by Nyceguy92: 12:37am On May 26, 2016
Why did you change that phone?
By change I mean you moved from one brand/model to a different one.

Okay, you are a busy company employee/executive and you need a large screen phone with a browser so you can keep tabs with activities in the office.
Or you are always at the wheel driving and your former phone did not have a voice call/control feature so you can "Call Bisi" or send text while driving.

What if your fingers have gone sore from pounding the keyboard and you need a soft touch touchscreen to ease the pounding.
In this era of selfies, I guess most ladies have abandoned their mono-camera phones for those with dual high quality cameras.

What of cost, battery life, voice quality and sensitivity of signal reception. I have seen guys go outside in search of signals while others are making/receiving calls inside.

Now, not everybody has a need for most of the above features yet they change phones.
The basic, most widely used functions of a phone are to make and receive calls and send messages.
Internet browsing has increased in need; so is taking of pictures, playing music and audio/video recording.

As new phones enter the market, what is it that made you change your phone?
Is it that you want to "belong", that is, show off to anybody watching or do you really need all those phone features?

For me, I like a large screen for larger and less crowded display. Long battery life is very important to me.
And of course I need to browse and play my music on the go or while I work.
I have no need for voice command and I rarely take pictures with my phone.

What about you?
Re: Why Change That Phone? by Dottore: 2:43am On May 26, 2016
Whats the subject and predicate of this post. The heading made me think the post was some technological savvy to salvage somewhat damaged or worn out phones not knowing it was a poor attempt to literary poo.

I know people who changed their phone so they could stick it up some loose assh0le.

I just wish the post made common sense.

Does anyone still reads poems in Nigeria
Re: Why Change That Phone? by Nyceguy92: 5:27pm On May 26, 2016
Dottore:
Whats the subject and predicate of this post. The heading made me think the post was some technological savvy to salvage somewhat damaged or worn out phones not knowing it was a poor attempt to literary poo.

I know people who changed their phone so they could stick it up some loose assh0le.

I just wish the post made common sense.

Does anyone still reads poems in Nigeria


I wouldn't know what your problem is with this post and its literary rendition.
This post touches on practical issues of our daily lives, such as why people change their still serviceable phones.
It is original and well thought out.

Ordinarily, I do not engage in vitriolic exchanges online because I consider it unnecessary.
You started as if you have been laying ambush to shoot down this post.
Outbursts such as you have exhibited here can only be pathognomonic of a narcissistic individual.

Oh, I took time to check your profile.
I did not see anything that ticks.
All I saw was a feeble attempt at cut-and-paste journalism.
And an absence of any intellectual input in all your posts.

Before I forget, could you, please, correct your last line, where it says " Does anyone still reads poems in Nigeria."
Perhaps you do not know that the appreciation of poems is not for base minds.
Re: Why Change That Phone? by Dottore: 6:05pm On May 26, 2016
Nyceguy92:



I wouldn't know what your problem is with this post and its literary rendition.
This post touches on practical issues of our daily lives, such as why people change their still serviceable phones.
It is original and well thought out.

Ordinarily, I do not engage in vitriolic exchanges online because I consider it unnecessary.
You started as if you have been laying ambush to shoot down this post.
Outbursts such as you have exhibited here can only be pathognomonic of a narcissistic individual.

Oh, I took time to check your profile.
I did not see anything that ticks.
All I saw was a feeble attempt at cut-and-paste journalism.
And an absence of any intellectual input in all your posts.

Before I forget, could you, please, correct your last line, where it says " Does anyone still reads poems in Nigeria."
Perhaps you do not know that the appreciation of poems is not for base minds.

Jeep trying you will soon start making sense
Re: Why Change That Phone? by Nyceguy92: 11:26pm On May 26, 2016
Dottore:

Jeep trying you will soon start making sense

No need to bandy words with somebody who has never held an opinion of his own.
It's beneath me.

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