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    My grandparents do. I think they think I'm some sort of witch when they see me with my smartphone.
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    The Sendo s300 is not a flip phone, a qwerty phone, or a slide phone. :noway: It predates all three. :yes:

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    I use them as burners for events that I attend so I can be contacted in an emergency or by active clients but they cost me £25 and see one use and then I pop the sim, wipe the data and give it to charity
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    OP, are you American?
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    OP, are you American?
    No, I'm British. What made you think I'm American?
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    No, I'm British. What made you think I'm American?
    "Cell phone"
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    "Cell phone"
    Nah. If I was American, I'd have spelt my username as 'honor' :^_^:
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    I just recently updated my brick to an iPhone this summer. Wasn't long ago I was using one of those
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    My grandma
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)

    If someone holds a knife up to you and robs you for your iPhone, you give them your iPhone. If someone held you up for your 3310, you could pull it out of your pocket and bludgeon them with it.
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    No, I'm British. What made you think I'm American?
    What on earth made you say "cell phone" then :rofl:
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    What on earth made you say "cell phone" then :rofl:
    Just thought cell phones referred to those phones that have less features than smartphones - didn't know that the phrase was used more commonly in American English!
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    Just thought cell phones referred to those phones that have less features than smartphones - didn't know that the phrase was used more commonly in American English!
    NOBODY in England used the phrase "cell phone" :rofl: Mobile phone is the phrase you're looking for. Cell phone is purely an American term, it'd be similar to a British person calling a pavement a "sidewalk" or a pair of trousers "pants".
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    lol that handshakes
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    Anyone use the iphone 6 anymore? lol get with technology
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