On one hand, I support the measure if it's an issue of safety, on the other, isn't this why prepaid phones exist? For anonymity? Civil liberties advocates agree, saying that there needs to be a place in society for anonymous forms of communication. What do you think?
Both of these plans are great for folks on a budget, teens who text, and those who are afraid of commitment (you know who you are). Plus, both plans allow unlimited picture and video messaging, so you can share all the .jpgs and .mpgs you want without incurring sky-high messaging bills.
I get the main point of this commercial: that it's wrong for cell phone companies to charge hidden fees, sure. But why exactly is waist-length female armpit hair used to make this point? Are we supposed to be grossed out? Think it's "wrong," like the woman asks? I just think it's weird. Of course, it's not my first time being completely flummoxed by a tech ad.
- HTC has just confirmed that their new handset, the Touch Pro2, will be hitting all major markets, including North America. — Gizmodo
- I absolutely LOVE this product! The Philips Wake-Up light actually makes the "alarm clock experience" enjoyable. — Unpluggd
- Many people are making the switch from expensive phone plans to prepaid phones in hopes of saving some money. — The New York Times
- If you're addicted to Twitter, check out 21 of the most popular Twitter applications . — TechCrunch
- The Palm Pro has showed up in March's Best Buy mobile ad and will cost $249 on a contract! — Engadget