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Old 03-22-2013, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by chav View Post
Totally agree.

I was a BB user for years, can't Knock their battery life, they used to last for ages. I know companies use them, I just would have expected he google chairman to be using one of his own phones, but then he looks pretty old school.

I know RIM (Blackberry) are really struggling, I bet they are loving this free PR
If my phone wasn't a gps and a functional internet browser, I might have stuck with my old blackberry. Still that battery life was still beautiful. You could actually last more than 12 hours without thinking about going to your car and charging the phone.
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