Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’

For me a nap is like rebooting your computer. It’s rebooting my brain. It gives me a fresh start, resetting my emotions and eliminating fatigue.

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Everywhere I go, everyone I see has a cell phone in their hand. I have to ask myself “What are all these flippin’ people talking about?” This might sound odd coming from a guy who’s sold thousands of cell phones, who always has the latest and greatest cell phone and who has the largest data […]


I recently left AT&T and thought I would share my perspective on this cell phone carrier as an insider. I worked as a Retail Sales Consultant and spent time in two stores. I have a unique perspective on AT&T and it’s largest cell phone manufacturer, Apple, because I worked for Apple for nearly five years. […]


With the 10th anniversary of 9/11 looming, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what life was like pre-9/11. Technology so dominates and shapes our lives now, I have been trying to remember what the technological landscape looked like in 2001. So, I did some research. At the start of the decade, about half […]


Your cell phone number does not begin with a “1” and you never have to dial “1” on your cell phone. You will never get a dial tone on your cell phone. Really? You don’t know your cell phone number? “I don’t know my number, I never call myself.” Funny line – we’ve never heard […]


Effective July 1st, Massachusetts sales tax law changed for companies that sell cell phones. As we all know, when you “upgrade” your phone, ie buy a new phone and resign a new two-year agreement, the cell companies offer you a huge discount on the cost of the phone. For example, if you buy an iPhone […]


So, I’m waiting for my iPhone 4 to arrive. I sold my iPhone 3Gs and ordered the new one. Delivery times are running 10 to 14 days so I’m without my trusty iPhone 3Gs for a bit. No sweat. No problem. I’ll just use my company phone – an LG Xenon texting phone. It has […]