Hidemi’s Rambling by Hidemi Woods

Singer, Songwriter and Author from Kyoto, Japan.

Hidemi’s Rambling No.183

on May 27, 2010

I’ve been exploring my new cell phone and setting it up to my liking, such as switching a display language from Japanese to English and a call receiving sound from a piece of music to a normal chime. The phone has a great deal of functions. I can browse websites on the Internet with it, or use it as a train ticket by placing it over the ticket gate at a station. It also has a Second Life-like simulation game in which I can live in and stroll around Paris. I could use those but I don’t because they’re all charged. The plan I’ve signed up is the most inexpensive one that I pay the basic monthly fee of $8 plus the charge per communication use. So, the charged services cost me. Most of the phone’s fantastic features require the communication charges. Other than getting discount coupons via e-mail, I only use its free features like checking news headlines, horoscopes and weather, and using the address book as a lowest price list sorted according to stores. That’s how I enjoy this high-tech, function-filled cell phone…

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