When it comes to mobile phones I’ve been pretty consistent: some type of iPhone, on Telstra. Seemed pretty simple to me. But I’m starting to see some cracks — my iPhone 4S is starting to look a little dated and I’m not sold on the 5. As for Telstra? Well, the service is decent, but it’s bloody expensive. What are you guys and girls packing?
Off Topic: Mobile Phones, What Do You Have, What Plans?
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