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2. Don't be a prick.
Good choice, it's a great phone.
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it was a good decision. i have had my s4 since it was rolled out and have no complaints. i had it replaced 3 times due to my own fault of frying it. lol oh well. and had the s3 before that but had some minor issues with it. speed related. other than that you will love it even though by the looks of it and this post since it was in november you probably havent had any issues.
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none whatsoever, it IS a great phone I love it, and my wife who uses it much differently than I do also loves her s4. She isn't very techy but can do mostly what she needs to so there is very little support involved and I like that as well.
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