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What kind of phone do you carry?

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  • Android

    32 20.78%
  • Blackberry

    22 14.29%
  • iPhone

    40 25.97%
  • Non-smart phone

    59 38.31%
  • Dang it Jim, I am a doctor, not a geek

    1 0.65%
  • I don't carry a phone

    1 0.65%
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    Motorala Razr V3 that I bought several years ago. It has been a flawless device, and I'll use it 'till the day it dies.
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    I have the Samsung Moment, with sprint; I had a Rant (also a samsung product) which was nice but this Moment is a great phone....I just don't care for the bill that comes every month for the two lines my wife and I have. but the service here is great, there is a store a few blocks away and they are just as helpful as can be
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    Motorola Droid
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    Smack in the middle of wealthy on one side and dirt poor on the other
    I switched from a crackberry a while back to a Samsung Galaxy S and there's no going back.
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    Just upgraded from an iPhone 3G to the new iPhone 4. I went to a presentation given by the local Microsoft tech evangelist and the new Windows Phone 7 is slick, so I might upgrade to that later down the road if I can get the DRM out of all my music in iTunes.
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    Working in a government facility with Classified document everywhere, we are not allowed to have anything with a camera or mass data storage capability. And I refuse to pay a monthly fee for a data package that I can only use when I'm off work.
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    $10 walmart phone.

    Helps when I have to *ahem* replace it...
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    I have a smartphone but it's Windows based and you have know option for that.
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    Droid X

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    Motorola Tacoma, it's a HD phone and it's passed a few shock tests.
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    LG 209 from Straighttalk. I only talk on the phone, text occasionally and check email once in a while. It's only my 3rd phone. After 2 years with Verizon, 2 with AT&T, I wanted cheap and simple. I've had it about a year and I like it.
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    Both phones I carry are just basic phones, no smart phone or anything fancy. Work phone is a Samsung and my personal phone is a Motorola.
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