So my question is this; were you all in my situation, which IPhone would you go with? The 6, 6+, or 6s?
I am open to suggestions though, and will be researching this Jolla phone Frenzie is talking about.
To add to the discussion, my provider is Straight Talk, so all I do is remove the SIM and replace it with Straight Talk's sim.
@Ersi: Well, I've always had one, and have a ton of songs in my Itunes library. Never have been a big fan of android or the Samsung variety.
I think most people in Europe (or at least around the Benelux) go for SIM-only.
Do you have any substantial critique of Samsung? If I considered spending an iPhone worth of money, I would precisely target the currently awesomest Galaxy. Unless your circle of friends frowns upon such...
I think here, too, about half of the population keep grabbing one-time SIM's, same as they keep adding SMS loans upon SMS loans. Not my kind of choices.
The Samsung phones always feel kind of cheap to me, even the most expensive ones. I'd pick e.g. the nicest Sony or the HTC One M9 instead, although I'm kind of done with Android, especially its lack of updates across manufacturers. The best practical choice is probably one of those Nexus devices or something that comes with Cyanogen OS by default. Really, this is a major argument in favor of not only Jolla, Blackberry, and Windows Phone, but also in favor of iPhone.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-09-15, 09:24:35I think here, too, about half of the population keep grabbing one-time SIM's, same as they keep adding SMS loans upon SMS loans. Not my kind of choices.One-time SIMs? I've had my SIM-only subscription since '09 and given my use I usually pay less than €5/month.
If/when I switch, I'll go with Mobile Vikings instead. My cellphone is mostly an e-mail client over wifi.
This is what I meant by "one-time SIM" (I think). Since it's not the choice that would be of any use for me, I don't even properly know the name of it.
Also in my own case, the major function of my phone is to do internet for my computer. For about a year or two when I got the phone, I tried my best to make maximal use of the phone as a productive environment (skype, irc, emailing, text editors, copy-pasting-downloading from internet,...), but I found it eventually inadequate. A computer, at least of netbook kind (NOT a tablet!), is an inevitability. Since I have a proper portable computer, my phone is basically just a pocket watch these days, and an internet wire for the computer.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-09-16, 10:34:23This is what I meant by "one-time SIM" (I think). Since it's not the choice that would be of any use for me, I don't even properly know the name of it.You mean prepaid? I have a subscription; it's just that the base monthly rate is €0.
You do a lot of work on the train or something?
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