On Friday morning as I was preparing to run out to meet an appraiser I noticed that my I-phone battery was dead. That's strange because I thought I had charged it over night.
I grab the charger and the phone and run out. Sure enough, I attempt to charge it when I get to my listing with still no luck. Lately, the phone had been giving some tiny problems and it is almost 2 years old so I just assumed this was the end.
I hustle off to the AT&T store to see if they could help. He had no luck getting it to charge either. I resign myself to needing a new phone - after all, no phone, no business.
I decide to upgrade to the I-Phone 4 which costs $18 upgrade fee and $200 for the phone. Truthfully, I wasn't too happy because I wasn't really planning to spend $200 this weekend.
I turn off my old phone so that I could back up everything went I got home before the charge died so that I wouldn't lose all my apps.
When I get home and turn on the old phone, wouldn't you know it's fully charged and working fine!
So now, I have an old I-Phone that seems to be working fine and a new I-Phone 4 that I just bought.
What do I do now? Do I keep the new phone or do I return it and pay the $20 restocking fee?
Anyone have an I-Phone 4? Is it really way cooler than the 3?
I kinda want to keep it but i'm feeling guilty for spending the money if it's a frivolous purchase.
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