January 16th, 2006
|06:29 pm - bother|
My cell phone was stolen this afternoon. My own damn fault for leaving it on the table in the coffee shop when I went to the bathroom; twice over for not coming right back out of the bathroom when the thought occurred.
So, if you call me before I get a new phone (again) and I don't answer, that's why.
Who's your provider? I have a Nokia 6101 you can have (though you'd need a sim card for it, if you're on one of those plans, so I don't know how much use that would be.)
Plus, you can probably just get a new phone faster anyway.
Anyway, that sucks.
|Date:||January 17th, 2006 02:53 am (UTC)|| |
My provider is Verizon. I'm not sure what a sim card is, so I don't know if I'd need one or not. But thank you for the offer, in either case.
If you haven't needed to know what a sim card is, then chances are Verizon doesn't support them.
(They're little sd cards (the postage stamp-sized memory cards) with phone and carrier information that you can swap between phones. This makes it particularly handy if one wants to do things like purchase a particular model of phone that isn't sold by one's provider but that would probably run just fine on their network -- like my formerly Chinese-speaking smartphone. Tmobile and Cingular support them, but I have no clue about Verizon.)
We have a Motorola that we used when we were with Verizon, too, that you could definitely have. We haven't had service in like, a year. It's a flip phone, so it's a tad old school, but totally available.
ouch, that sucks. Did you call verizon right away? If you had it long enough, you may qualify for another free one!
|Date:||January 17th, 2006 02:32 pm (UTC)|| |
I did, but I've only had the phone about a month, maybe two. Still, I'm going to ask at the store.