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Friday, July 26, 2013



Dear Mr. Sovern:
I sympathize with your feelings.
This is a frustrating situation and I experienced it when I was using a Mac computer. In the end I gave up and I built myself a new desktop dinosaur with Windows. I opted to risk another operating system crash courtesy of Microsoft Indians tech supports rather than face no support at all.
Following this line of thinking, when I felt the need to come out of my cave and buy a cell phone, I resisted the temptation to follow the crowd into the Mac-Trap. It was not easy, in spite of hours of research, I landed myself in an electronic sink hole the first time.
Undaunted, I increased my research and hit pay dirt: a beautiful machine [HTC-One] and an equally user friendly supplier. When I need help, which is often as I am not cell phone-minded, I visit my local store and the smiling staff takes care of me very nicely. Furthermore, by buying the phone through that supplier, I made a remarkable saving.
I cannot ask for more.
I wish you all the best in your phone quest.

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