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    (Original post by struggler07)
    What new features has it got compared to iPhone 6 and previous models
    No Apple product is worth its cost. You're paying for the name
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    No idea that blackberry phones were running android now, I'll look into them

    My current sim only contract is £13 a month for unlimited calls, text and data. It's normally cheaper in the long run (Had originally planned to have my LG for a lot longer
    What network are you with?
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    (Original post by HamzahPatel)
    No Apple product is worth its cost. You're paying for the name
    The original price is nowhere near the amount it costs to make them so you are right. They've built a good enough reputation to the point people will only buy their products because their Apple.
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    (Original post by struggler07)
    I've seen 1 for over £3k
    That'd be like an OLED tv, lower range are as cheap as £400
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    The internals have changed i believe but I'm not sure i got it, its nice
    Naaa its not nice :mmm::mmm:

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    (Original post by struggler07)
    Androids quality are **** I dropped my s3 and the screen broke
    Any phone is likely to suffer a broken screen if dropped.

    Just have a quick search on Google/Youtube about various iPhone drop tests, and compare them to drop tests performed on various Androids. Virtually none of the phones survive the majority of the drop tests, regardless of OS.
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    Naaa its not nice :mmm::mmm:

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    Better than samsung :}}}}}}}
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    Better than samsung :}}}}}}}
    Samsung yeah..Is way better :yep:

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    Blackberry phones where running tings back in 2010 the bb hype died down, thats a wicked deal what network is that
    (Original post by Another)
    No idea that blackberry phones were running android now, I'll look into them

    My current sim only contract is £13 a month for unlimited calls, text and data. It's normally cheaper in the long run (Had originally planned to have my LG for a lot longer
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    (Original post by struggler07)
    Blackberry phones where running tings back in 2010 the bb hype died down, thats a wicked deal what network is that
    I remember the days when BB Messenger was huge. Blackberry's OS could never hold up to iPhone's though, so I'm interested to see what direction the company has taken

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    What network are you with?
    Virgin Mobile. I've had this plan for a while, long before data usage on mobiles was popular (hence the price)
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    (Original post by Another)
    I remember the days when BB Messenger was huge. Blackberry's OS could never hold up to iPhone's though, so I'm interested to see what direction the company has taken


    Virgin Mobile. I've had this plan for a while, long before data usage on mobiles was popular (hence the price)
    Ah I see, otherwise a great price!
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    That's why I got a screen protector and a case

    (Original post by spotify95)
    Any phone is likely to suffer a broken screen if dropped.

    Just have a quick search on Google/Youtube about various iPhone drop tests, and compare them to drop tests performed on various Androids. Virtually none of the phones survive the majority of the drop tests, regardless of OS.
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    Samsung sucks

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    Samsung yeah..Is way better :yep:

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    I miss the bbm days man blackberry will soon go bust, virgin seems underrated
    (Original post by Another)
    I remember the days when BB Messenger was huge. Blackberry's OS could never hold up to iPhone's though, so I'm interested to see what direction the company has taken


    Virgin Mobile. I've had this plan for a while, long before data usage on mobiles was popular (hence the price)
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    Samsung sucks
    No!
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    I phone 6 is the best 😊
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    Not really any support had my s3 for nearly 4 years now
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    No!
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    Trust me it's gone cheaper now 😎

    (Original post by x-bhakti-patel)
    I phone 6 is the best 😊
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    (Original post by struggler07)
    Trust me it's gone cheaper now 😎
    I'm sorry what's gone cheaper
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    (Original post by Another)
    I remember the days when BB Messenger was huge. Blackberry's OS could never hold up to iPhone's though, so I'm interested to see what direction the company has taken


    Virgin Mobile. I've had this plan for a while, long before data usage on mobiles was popular (hence the price)
    Good plan though I actually ended up switching away from Virgin Mobile to EE, namely because EE has 4G (Virgin is 3G only) and there's a sneaky 3.5GB usage limit on the "unlimited" tariff - after which, you are throttled back to 384 kbit/s!

    Plus, Virgin were putting their prices up (started at £15/month, then £18, then £19) and I could get a better EE deal for just £1 per month more.
 
 
 
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