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    Id rather get a Vertu..

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    It's only money and the buyer must have it
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJanko View Post
    If you have the $$$ why not? The Vertu (sp) is a useless phone as well, yet can cost HUGE $$$$... I think that the phone looks awesome!
    What is Useless about the Vertu? It is by far one of the best functioning and best built phones I have ever seen. Now the diamond models etc.. are a bit much but the Ti Ascent is an awesome phone and if it had the internet capability of the iphone I would still have one for sure! The fortress back up is one of the coolest features of any phone I have had.

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    despite the critisim there's a reason the 3G phone caseback is plastic...hope they enjoy their 38k phone that gets even worse reception and zero protection against drops
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    I really liked my 2G iphone with the metal caseback. So much so that I skipped the 3G and only recently got a 3GS.

    I feel like I took a step back.

    This is a nice phone:
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    looks ordinary

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    Quote Originally Posted by artherd View Post
    I really liked my 2G iphone with the metal caseback. So much so that I skipped the 3G and only recently got a 3GS.

    I feel like I took a step back.

    This is a nice phone:
    +1 the 3G iphone has the annoying slippery back that slides out of my pocket everytime i sit down
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    I've been seeing alot of people doing the luxury thing for their common phones now a days. I think it's a great thing people are expressing themselves this way. Those who can afford to that is. The ti iphone looks great nonetheless.

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    and guess what your still gonna need a $20 cover, bc you know you dont wanna drop that shit

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    stupid price.. the platinum costs nowhere near that and be easy to cut.
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