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August 29, 2007


alan shimel

Mitchell- it must be something with your phone. I do 3 way calls on my windows mobile all the time. Next time we are together I will give you a quick lesson. Also the new ATT 3g network is pretty good. Now, bluetooth is another issue!

Mitchell Ashley

Windows Mobile or Windows Mobile Smartphone? Your phone is supposed to be simple to use. I refuse to get out the manual to figure out what should be a simple, straight forward task on your phone.

If it takes a strategy guy to figure out how to do this then we know it's too complicated, lol. :)

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