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- February 13, 2008 at 3:28 pm #255941Guest
when cellphones were still pretty new, my sister got my niece one. One night her
and her girlfriend were driving and were being followed by a guy in a car whotried to get them to pull over. The girls were able to call the police from the
cell phone. The police told them what street to turn down and when they did they
were met by 3 cop cars and the man was pulled over. I don’t know what everhappened or what the guy’s intentions were but thank God it ended safely for the
girls. Things can and do happen. They aren’t always this dramatic, but cars do
break down or get flats. I like knowing my daughters will be able to call forhelp and remain safely in their car until it arrives.
Can’t put a pricetag on that.
=====================From: Thomas & Tracy Harris <email@example.com>
Date: 2008/02/13 Wed AM 09:28:45 CSTSubject: Budget101.com : question about cell phones / safety
Ã¯Â»Â¿I’m surprised it has that many, LOL. They are a safety factor. When I was
starting to drive, many years ago, you had a problem, people would stop and helpyou, and you could accept that help. Nowadays, no one will help, and you are
afraid to let anyone help because of all the weirdos….thanks, I will keep my
phones.Thomas & Tracy Harris
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From:February 13, 2008 7:53 AM Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Intro and question
about cell phones
My husband is a truck driver too and I feel much better knowing he has thisphone with him as he drives at night. Our plan has free nights and weekends so
he doesn’t use hardly any minutes at all.
My oldest daughter just passed her written test for her driver’s learnerspermit. More now than ever, I feel good about her having a phone on her. Our
town has ONE payphone, thats it!
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