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You think your phone bill is high?

Discussion in 'Wireless News' started by dmapr, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. dmapr

    dmapr Silver Senior Member
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  2. QLR

    QLR THE (Samsung) Beast
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    Wheeeeee....!!! Move that decimal point the wrong way and watch the fireworks!
     
  3. Simon5282

    Simon5282 Senior Member
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    Wow the GDP for the entire Eurozone is €12.629 trillion. I wonder (but not enough to do the math) how long would it take the entire Eurozone to pay the bill off?
     
  4. Jaguar Mobile

    Jaguar Mobile New Member

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    It's a scary world where some second rate employee doing data entry can hit the wrong key when they're not paying attention and suddenly you owe someone a freight train full of money. Yikes...
     
  5. bobolito

    bobolito Diamond Senior Member
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    Quadrillion? Damn.... I don't think I've heard that term before. That makes the US $16 trillion debt look like pocket change. Just how many zeroes is a quadrillion? I don't think that fits on any calculator.


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  6. dmapr

    dmapr Silver Senior Member
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    Fits on the ones supporting scientific notation ;)
     
  7. RadioRaiders

    RadioRaiders RF Black-Belt
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    Oh yea, that's nothing, I once had a quatrillion-bazillion-90-thousand dollar phone bill. :rasp:
     

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