Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

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 […]


The iPhone was released five years ago tomorrow. At about 3pm that day, I walked into the Apple store for 3 hours of hands-on training and playing with this new device. It was probably the most publicized piece of electronics in history, but it was quite remarkable to hold it in my hand. Internet access […]


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 […]


When do I get my show? Everyone, it seems, has their own reality show, so I want one too. If Bristol Palin can have one, if two guys who own a pawn shop can have one, if those nimrods from the jersey shore get a show, where’s mine? I’m interesting. I work with the public. […]