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Old 04-03-2008, 11:01 PM
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Default iPhone survey says.. 80% of iPhone owners love it

http://rubiconconsulting.com/downloa...ser_Survey.pdf

80% of iPhone owners said they were "satisfied" with the device
72% of users said they use the iPhone at least once a day for e-mail
55% of those surveyed said that the iPhone has increased their mobile
browsing
Almost half of the owners changed their carrier

40% of those that switched, switched from a smartphone device

1/3 of iPhone owners carry 2 phones
13% of iPhone owners surveyed have unlocked iPhones
1 out of 10 users reported "hand pain" after first use
1 out of 5 iPhones were purchased as a gift
Only 20% of the users surveyed said that they had both an iPod and
Mac; while only 5% said they had had a Mac and no iPod. Half of iPhone
owners are under 30 years of age and students took up 16% of iPhone
usage. While not surprising, the most desired new feature is
applications and Exchange support. iPhone owners are of course paying
more for their monthly phone bill -- the average phone bill before
iPhone purchase was around $78/mo. and after purchase was around $97/
mo.

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Rubicon Consulting http://rubiconconsulting.com/

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Old 04-03-2008, 11:24 PM
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4phun wrote:
> http://rubiconconsulting.com/downloa...ser_Survey.pdf
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> 80% of iPhone owners said they were "satisfied" with the device


Per CNBC, AT&T reports 10% being returned due to poor battery life and
poor "keyboard".

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Old 04-04-2008, 01:19 PM
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News <News@Group.name> wrote:

> Per CNBC, AT&T reports 10% being returned due to poor battery life and
> poor "keyboard".


Please provide a link. A search shows nothing of this from either
website.

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Old 04-04-2008, 02:24 PM
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ben wrote:

> News <News@Group.name> wrote:
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>
>>Per CNBC, AT&T reports 10% being returned due to poor battery life and
>>poor "keyboard".

>
>
> Please provide a link. A search shows nothing of this from either
> website.



Live on CNBC. Tivo it.

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Old 04-04-2008, 03:56 PM
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ben <bdf@nospam.net> wrote in news:bdf-5097B2.09191904042008
@news.giganews.com:

> News <News@Group.name> wrote:
>
>> Per CNBC, AT&T reports 10% being returned due to poor battery life

and
>> poor "keyboard".

>
> Please provide a link. A search shows nothing of this from either
> website.
>


I was laughing too hard when I read the subject line to type....

Let's tear it apart, piece by piece, metaphorically speaking of course.

500,000 people buy the Modius 5000 broom. 300,000 of them return them
to the stores when the cheap handle falls off. 200,000 do not, mostly
out of pride and brand loyalty. Lots of those have Modius 4368 vacuum
cleaners and Modius 5665 window washers, which work fairly good.
Besides, Modius sent out free gasket kits to upgrade the window washers
that leaked because of a poorly designed ball valve, made in China.

There are 200,000 Modius 5000 broom owners, now, the basis or our
statistics. Of those, 40,000 have joined a class action suit because
the handle falls off. Of the 160,000 owners left, most just told their
friends and anyone who asked that the Modius 5000 was the greatest broom
ever, even though most of them have the handles held on with either duct
tape or have put a screw through the mount the damned handle was
SUPPOSED to stay in to hold it in place. Some just chucked it, shrugged
and, due to feeling foolish about buying are afraid to admit their
stupidity for rushing down to Wally World and buying 2 or 3 because of
the intense ad campaign.

CNBC, who advertises the Modius 5000 24 times an hour trying to sell
more is paid $780,000/month by Modius to push the product. CNBC reports
80% of the Modius 5000 Broom owners are thrilled with it because they
haven't sued the company (or CNBC, for that matter)......yet.

Modius 5000 broom owners, hoping to salvage something of their dignity,
post constantly on Usenet how wonderful the product is, defending its
handle problems from anyone who posts otherwise to
alt.cleaning.brooms.modius, alt.cleaning, alt.cleaning.brooms
newsgroups.

People who know better, many former owners who returned them and the
defective window washers, take great pleasure from taunting them,
incessantly...(c;

Many taunters were too smart and heard they fell apart and never bought
one in the first place.....

One of the defenders posts the CNBC URL that 80% of the owners are
thrilled with the brooms. Taunters start answering that thread with
replies about handles falling off....

YOU are HERE....X

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Old 04-04-2008, 04:00 PM
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"ben" <bdf@nospam.net> wrote in message
news:bdf-5097B2.09191904042008@news.giganews.com...
> News <News@Group.name> wrote:
>
>> Per CNBC, AT&T reports 10% being returned due to poor battery life and
>> poor "keyboard".

>
> Please provide a link. A search shows nothing of this from either
> website.


http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&r...r+battery+life

160,000 total hits. And the total is growing.


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