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You can view the page at http://forums.pinstack.com/content.p...enior-citizens... Smartphone News forum

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    Article: Sprint, AT&T roll out services targeting senior citizens

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    I want that fall detector........

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    They'll need the fall detector when they get the monthly wireless bill from AT and T or Sprint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richmo58 View Post
    They'll need the fall detector when they get the monthly wireless bill from AT and T or Sprint.

    LOL, true.

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    Do you realize how much AARP stuff I already get? My wife needs the fall detector and I'm not far behind. I just need one that says your dizzy sit down.

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    Wirelessly posted (iPhone 4S: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 4.0.3; en-us; HTC_One_S Build/IML74K) AppleWebKit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/534.30)

    You start getting mail from AARP when you turn 50. Lol

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    I pay $170 for two phones data unlimited messages and what not with ATT. Expensive I suppose but not as much as Verizon my friend pays $120 for ONE phone. Sprint and Tmo are cheaper but you get what you pay for (lack of service in many areas) where you'd have to step outside your home to make phone calls don't believe me ask my sister.

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    I'm on sprint, for the most part I can't complain, except for speed. Never will see 4g and LTE is questionable.

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    This thread is for the fogies who couldn't care less for 4G. If they did, they would really have a hard time keeping their feet on the floor with all the speed. But it's nice to see youngsters preparing their future...

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