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On Average, How Often Do You Get A New Phone?

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by KyleAndMelissa22, Apr 7, 2008.

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On Average, How Often Do You Get A New Phone?

  1. a few days

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  2. a few weeks

    0 vote(s)
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  3. a few months

    18.4%
  4. about 1 year

    36.7%
  5. about 2 years or more

    40.8%
  6. I still have my 1st phone!

    4.1%
  1. RJB

    RJB Gold Senior Member
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    My Phone:
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    Wireless Provider(s):
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    You know in 2007 I went on a rampage with over 20 phones crazy. The start of this year to date I have used about 8 phones lol. But you know I have finally landed on my current 8350 I think it is a great phone I think I will be using it tell I can upgrade. Next time around though I hope to have a little slimmer phone so it goes in the pocket better.
     
  2. Freddy1980

    Freddy1980 New Member

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    2 years as that is how long my contracts normally are.
     
  3. erwinpiero

    erwinpiero New Member

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    My Phone:
    HTC TyTN II
    Wireless Provider(s):
    TELKOMSEL
    I change or replace my phone whenever i needs or saw that it's new feature should i had and correlating to my work. Sample whenever no 3G coverage, i use 2G phone to fetch my email, since 3G covering now, i use 3G phone :)
     
  4. Analog man

    Analog man Member
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    My Phone:
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    im on my 3rd operational phone

    1st motorola microtac 1993-2008 reason- analog sunset
    2nd samsung a310 2003-2008 reason- had to switch to sprint since no version coverage at bottom of big hill
    3rd sanyo scp-3200 reason- switched to sprint :( those jerks a sprint wont let me use my old phone, the samsung ive had for over 5 years (i know its a crappy phone, but i loved it.)
     
  5. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 28 Years Plus
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    iPhone 13 Pro Max, XS Max
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    Verizon (since 1994)
    Just added another one to the fold ---> Nokia 6555 for AT&T...:)

    (Basically holding true to my "a few months" vote).
     
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  6. Telekom

    Telekom Bronze Senior Member
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    My Phone:
    Nokia 5310, iPhone 3G[S]
    Wireless Provider(s):
    T-Mobile US, Fido CA, T-Mobile NL, Orange IL
    What's version coverage? :confused: I've never heard of more than one version of coverage for everyone.
     
  7. Analog man

    Analog man Member
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    My Phone:
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    i meant verizon! its been a while since i had to spell it.
     

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