The more money you spend on a cell phone the faster it breaks...
• United States
14 Jul 09
6 years ago i bought a very expensive $500 phone. i was imported from hong kong. it lasted about 3 years. i dropped it and abused it and it still lasted. until one day i went to a water ride at magic mountain and soaked up my pants. my phone wa in that pants and it stopped working. guess, they haven't found the technology to water proof phones yet.
11 Jul 09
More parts and things are present in a certain device, more things can break at some time... Usually the most expensive phones are those with more features, and so there are more things that can stop working properly! Complexity doesn't always payoff.
16 Sep 09
Hey, Yea that can sometimes be very true, for some reason all these latest phones that are coming out are breaking much too quickly. Back in the days, some peoples phones would last them years. It just isn't like it used to be. Make sure you have a good day, Happy Lotting!!
• Eugene, Oregon
17 Aug 09
I don't spend more than $100 on a phone, as I feel that is enough. The phone I hae now, by the time the rebate was figured into it, it only leaves $100. I think that is a good price for a phone with a touch screen and lots of features. I have the internet on it and I do use it periodically. It has youtube, myspace, facebook, photobucket, and twitter. It has other features as well, including a 3.2mp camera which takes really good pictures for a cell phone camera. It also takes video, but most of them do I think. It is a 3G phone which means the pages load up faster, and I like that as well. It is just like I have brouadband on the phone. I just hope that mine doesn't break and lasts. Have a great day, and happy mylotting.