my mobile number is changing...again

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While we were in Seattle, I got a new cellphone (a smartphone) with a Seattle-based phone number. I don't remember why, but at the time it made sense to have it on an account separate from our Cingular family plan. Now that we're back in Rochester, we've decided it makes more sense financially to consolidate our cell phone plans, so I'm ditching the Seattle number and will have a brand-new 585 mobile phone number.

Unfortunately, that means friends and family will need to update their address books with my information (again). Sorry, everyone.

I'll send out email to people who I'm pretty sure call my mobile on a regular basis. But if you don't get email from me today with that number, drop me a line and I'll send it along.

show_cingular_3125.jpgGiven that we just upgraded all our phones to new equipment , we'll be on these phone numbers for at least two years.

Wait, what's that? You want to know what my new phone looks like? That's it, over there to the left. I'm getting a new Cingular 3125, aka the HTC "StarTrk", because my older Audiovox SMT5600 seems to have bit the dust entirely, refusing to boot properly. My friend Lili has been using one for a while now (she had one from overseas, where it's been available longer), and loves it. I much prefer flip phones to the "candybar" style of the Audiovox. My only concern about the 3125 is whether it will get a decent signal in our house, which is notoriously bad for cell reception. I'll report back after it arrives tomorrow.

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