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We donate our old cell phones to the domestic violence shelter in our city. They get fixed up and programmed for 911 then distributed to those at the shelter. When they are out looking for work, taking kids to school, etc, it is an added measure of saftey. Holly
by Lgali6 years ago
What age should kids given cell phone
by Twila Nelson5 years ago
Should children and teenagers have or not have cell phones? Why?
by moneyfairy4 years ago
I mostly use the library for the internet. I don't own a cell phone as I have to many other bills to pay for and can't afford one. I'm just wondering if anyone out there uses a real phone anymore and if anyone writes...
by Pamela Kinnaird W5 years ago
I saw the sign today at the airport while I was trying to find the correct parking lot to park in. The answer is probably simple but I don't know what it is. I hope I'm putting this in the correct category for...
by NotPC4 years ago
What do you like/dislike about them? I'm in the market for a new service provider.
by Zsuzsy Bee6 years ago
I received this in my email, and I thought it was good enough to share... 5 Things You Never Knew Your Cell Phone Could Do! For all the folks with cell phones. (This should be printed and kept in your car, purse, and...
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