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POLL: Do you use the Extended Battery with your Samsung i600/BlackJack? [CLOSED]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 26.04.07 - 11:13:09 CET under 10 - Polls - Viewed 29423x
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All right guys, if you own/use/plan to buy a Samsung SGH-i600 (Vanilla, Vodafone, Orange, O2 version or whatever) or a Cingular/at&t Blackjack (if you live in the U.S.) it's your chance to get some impact into a range of accessory you might have missed so far (or not). Anyway, even if you haven't missed it yet (because you are not aware of it) it comes to the question if you use an extended battery (either the free Cingular/at&t offer or any other) with your i600/BlackJack. If so, please let us know. If not (yet) - do you plan to upgrade/buy an extended battery?
And last but not least - do you (generally) protect your mobile phone with a case (leather case, belt case, whatever) or don't you care because you are upgrading your devices every 3 months anyway?
Please let us know in the following two polls since it helps a manufacture to make his mind:

Do you Use or Plan to Use the Extended i600/BlackJack Battery?





[Poll Results]

Do you Protect your i600/BlackJack with a Case?

Total votes: 57
OptionVotes%
Yes - I am always using a case for my mobile phone1831.6
Depends - on the device and the available cases1933.3
No - I do not care how it looks2035.1

Thanks a lot for your help. If you have any further questions or suggestions, please feel free to post in the comments bellow.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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