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Re: Snipped, unread, as usual.

Nashton
SubjectRe: Snipped, unread, as usual.
FromNashton
Date09/28/2013 15:18 (09/28/2013 10:18)
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On 2013-09-27 11:34 AM, flatfish+++ wrote:

flatfish+++
On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 15:35:47 +0200, Sandman wrote:

In article <l240a7$n2l$1@dont-email.me>, Chris Ahlstrom <OFeem1987@teleworm.us>wrote:

Chris Ahlstrom
Never mind that, if you don't like your phone-service vendor or phone manufacturer, you are free to make the change whenever your contract (that you accepted) allows you to.

Want the latest version of your operating system? What phone do you have? An iPhone? Oh, then go right ahead and click update.

Wife updated her iPhone 4 to iOS 7. Much slower than before.

An Android? Nope, sorry, gotta buy a new phone. Oh, you have a contract? Sorry, you have to wait... That's life as an Android user, I'm afraid. You're locked in.

Awww, are you feeling empathy for Android users because they can't update to some useless incremental update that doesn't really add anything to the functionality of their phones?

Samsung: Kicking Apple's but in profits and market share.

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