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said by 88615298:No, I do not, so, therefor, no, it would not be.
Did you have your smartphone already and using it for other things already? If yes. Then it's free.
said by 88615298:If some of the predictions I've been reading lately are any guide: Not a whole lot different. They could be wrong, market analysts sometimes are, but it is believed by many that just about everybody that is inclined to go "smart"phone now has one--that the market is essentially saturated. Those analysts expect moderate growth in the "smart"phone market though next year, and then for it to essentially go flat.
Notice the change in just 9 months. What will it be in 5 years?
said by 88615298:I bet they're happier than most "smart"phone users you know
I know many people w/o "smart"phones. Even a few that have no wireless phones at all.
We have some Amish here that have horse and buggies and no electricity.