My New Toy

I've been talking about getting one of these nigh on forever and on Saturday, I finally took the plunge. Say "hello Moto":

Motorola Q9c

Yes, it's really as cool as it looks. Camera, Bluetooth, GPS, full Internet access… it has the works at a very affordable $150 after a mail-in rebate. It's certainly a step up from the old crappy phone I had before.

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6 Responses

  1. I’m dying to know how it works out for you. We’ve had nothing but trouble with the phones that Brett has been purchasing for the last 5 years. We’re just not willing to plunk down $300 for a phone that will break after 9 months or will never function properly from the beginning. So keep us updated on your new little friend.

  2. jeremy says:

    Sweet phone! Do you still get that discount I helped you at with a while back?

  3. Jesse says:

    Oh yeah, 27% baby! That’s especially helpful given that the data plan I got has a base rate of $40/mo.

  4. Shauna (the other one) says:

    Hey. You didn’t submit your timesheet. Better call Ross…

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