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I'm not sure what model exactly but it says Bosch. Its color is blue, but it looks very similar to the one above. The phone isn't entirely mine as my Mom originally bought it for her. I think my brother brought this to the province, but I'm not really sure if it was this phone or the Nokia 3310.
This is the phone I used when I was in fourth year high school and first year college. Everyone loved this phone then, and the Snake game was a sensation that time. With this phone, the snake doesn't die if it hits the wall, because it will just bypass the wall of the screen and appears on the other side.
My first ever colored phone doesn't have a camera yet. This only lasted for a few months. This is also the only phone I sold to a friend and classmate, because I decided to buy a newer phone. Mine doesn't look exactly like that because it's colored blue with its personalized casing.
(2004 to 2005)
This phone lasted the longest with a record of over a year. I remembered that I bought this one for around PhP32,000.00, as a gift from my sister. I think I owned the most beautiful phone found in school that year. This is the only phone that was intentionally stolen by someone I knew personally. Her boyfriend admitted the crime in public when they were fighting, but later denied it.
This is the first phone I inherited from my sister. The first phone I lost inside a taxi. I was with my friend, and we went to Malate that night to party. Few minutes after the cab left, I realized I left the phone inside and it was too late because the cab already left. My friend got more paranoid than I was and it was then that I realized how apathetic or insensitive I am (or however you call it), even to myself. I felt a little of panghihinayang (Translation, please!) but that was it.
SoftBank 708SC (Samsung)
The thinnest phone I had. This one's still alive until today, though it's not functioning like it should. I dropped this several times until the LED/LCD gave up.
My other sister sold this phone to me before, and this one's also alive though not functioning. I gave this phone to my nephew who used this phone for a little while until the battery stopped functioning.
(2007 to 2008)
When I was new to my second company, my TL sold iPhones that are made from China. She said it's an iPhone but made from China, and I didn't know it's actually a counterfeit. It's still working until today, though I'm not really using it. I passed it on to my friend who used it for a while.
I'm not sure how and why I got this phone, but I remembered enjoying this flip phone and talking with my friends. I also lost this phone inside a cab.
(2008 to 2009)
The phone that came along with my Globe plan, since then I haven't disconnected my number with Globe and continued to use this number until today. One night on my way to the office, I left the phone inside the cab and forever lost it, only a few months after Globe handed it over.
(2009 to 2010)
The phone that also lasted for a little while with me. I bought this phone from a friend, immediately after I lost the previous phone. This was given to her by Globe for free for availing their cheaper plan. This is one of the many phones I left inside a taxi.
BB Curve 8520
(June 2010 to February 2011)
The phone I lost last Thursday night. I dropped this phone several times but it's honestly one of the most precious phones I had. It looks good as new. I installed several apps and it's connected to my e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo! Messenger, MSN, BBM and Foursquare. Damn.