So if I want a new phone (for free), what's stopping me from throwing my old in the washer first?
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From: "cfb" <cfb_at_nirai.ne.jp>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 9:59 PM
Subject: (keitai-l) Re: in the drink
> Michael Turner wrote:
> > An apparently dependable source of handset churn,
> > at least until the waterproofs come along:
> If you look real close at both the battery and the battery compartment
> of your japanese phone (depending on age), you will see a little red
> and white indicator. This exists for the sole purpose of letting the
> carrier know if they should replace your phone for free, or if you're
> just a absent-minded customer who needs to buy another phone to stay
> connected. What I found particularly funny is that the Air-H" cards
> have them as well (yeah, like I'm going to take a swim with my PDA/
> Nick May wrote:
> > keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net writes:
> > >Brits drink a lot, and their pints are quite large.
> > As an Englishman, I can confidently assert that there is actually very
> > little difference between the contents of an English pint and an English
> > toilet (other than temperature)
> Depending on where you're drinking, that "other than temperature"
> bit could be wrong...
> Of course, saki is good either warm *or* cold.
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Received on Fri Feb 22 10:40:29 2002