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Gregory's iPhone Contract

perksie
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What a great mum!

 

http://www.janellburleyhofmann.com/gregorys-iphone-contract/

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Haha I love number 3, my mum would have used that one on me!
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Awesome.

Wish I had something like this when my children were growing up !

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And you think this is applicable to children wink

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@sheepdog wrote:

And you think this is applicable to children wink


And a few of the older users on here too should find this helpful! Smiley LOLSmiley LOL

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I can't decide whether the fact that the rules are strict or the kid having an iphone is the crazy part!

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The latter, I wasn't allowed a phone until I turned 18 and I'm happy about it as I learnt the power of verbal communication grin

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I had a Ericksson C35 blue on PAYG Orange for my first phone. Cost £45 and got it for my 15th birthday i believe.

 

My first contract phone was on BTCellnet i believe and was a Nokia 3330. Better than the popular kids 3310s as mine supported animated wallpapers!

not being used to the world of 'texting' at the time, i used to send my texts all as one humongus word, as i didn't know where the space key was!! haha

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@Anonymous wrote:
I had a Ericksson C35 blue as my first phone on PAYG Orange for my first phone. Cost £45 and got it for my 15th birthday i believe.

not being used to the world of 'texting' at the time, i used to send my texts all as one humongus word, as i didn't know where the space key was!! haha

Brilliant, bet that took some decipheringSmiley Very Happy

 

I think some of the contributors on the forum have the same problem with the punctuation keysSmiley Very Happy

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It's weird that such young kids get a contract. But here kinda every child in primary school has a smartphone.

My parents would've kicked my ass if I wanted a contract at that age.

And today (I'm 23) I talked about changing from tmobile pay as you go to O2 pay monthly my mom told me that I'm mad.

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