Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Radagast, Nov 9, 2011.
Seriously, did you not even read the service contract you signed before taking the phone?
Are you 18 years of age or greater? Was this a purchase for real property? Did your signature require notarization? Does the contract require administrative approval by a legislative, executive, or municipal body?
I was being more sarcastic than helpful. The truth is that there's very little you can do to get out of a cell phone contract absent fraud. That's why it's 150 pages long, and nobody ever reads them.
Iphone is a fun phone, give it a few weeks to try it out. If you really don't like it, remove the sim card, buy a twenty dollar phone, and sell the iphone on ebay for $200.
Pretty sure that "siri" thing will let you speak texts.
^turn the phone sideways.
^You'll love the phone pretty quickly.
It really is a fantastic little gadget.
Then the keyboard should not matter. You do not have to use the keyboard to place a call or take pictures. You do not even have to unlock the phone to take pictures.
The god-awful keyboards on iPhones are my #1 pet peeve that makes me hate using them. I don't know if you can turn the keyboard into a phone auto-predict keyboard but you should try.
Most everyone here is rednecked merricans so we don't know shit about phone contracts in Canadia. In Merricka, you have 30 days to return a new phone and completely cancel a contract. I would think something similar exists in Cannaddia but shit, I also thought they would speak Engrish in Quebeck.
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