You'd think you would remember things such as "similes" from your English/Literature studies in High School. If you don't know, Google it.
I kind of like kicks to the balls, I had my girlfriend do it to me once and really turned me on
No problems getting an S3. Ymmv but the only requirement in store was it had to be on tab
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Anyhow, I'm surprised you people didn't see this coming. I've always had trouble getting new release phones from Wind and Mobilicity without activating a new line, and I've purchased lots of new phones in the last couple years. The stores don't want to give you a Galaxy S3 when you already have a line. What if someone else comes in looking to pick up the phone and port in from a major carrier, but they don't have one for them? It's ******, but it has been this way for quite some time.
Your best bet is to just activate the cheapest possible line and then take your sim card from your old phone and insert.
TouchWiz isn't all that bad. Gizmodo did a comparison of the major skins and it introduced some neat features, like you can call a contact just by selecting their name and holding the phone up to your face. That's something I regularly trip up on with my Lumia.
The word 'Pentaband' means '5 Bands', from the Greek word 'pente' meaning '5'. For a phone to be pentaband it has to support 5 bands. If the phone has AWS support, it doesn't automatically mean that it is pentaband.
Don't send me PMs for questions that can be asked publicly.
So you can buy it online now, has anyone tried this method? It might be an easier route than calling and driving to locations to get rejected at the store. And it looks like there is no tab or account needed when purchasing it, at $649.00 out right.
If I was interested and suffering from similar disappointment, I'd be pursuing this route.
Then I call Wind to confirm the order and they tell me...
They can't find my order.
Yet my credit card has been charged $649.99+tax and Wind sent me a confirmation email with my order number. Their response? We're creating a ticket and "back office" will call you in 3-5 business days. I've almost had it with this joke company.