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Old 12-21-2009, 01:03 PM
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Re: Wife's phone dropped in toilette - can I activate my old TP1?

It's not misspelled, I believe it's just a less common spelling when used in that sense.

Clean ESN means that nobody ever reported the phone as stolen.
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Re: Wife's phone dropped in toilette - can I activate my old TP1?

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It's not misspelled, I believe it's just a less common spelling when used in that sense.

Clean ESN means that nobody ever reported the phone as stolen.
Oh, LOL... nope, it is my old TP1 from before I upgraded. No Master-P "I've got the hook up" shenanigans here!
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Re: Wife's phone dropped in toilette - can I activate my old TP1?

HTP...did they let you keep ur TP after they upgraded you to the TP2??
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Re: Wife's phone dropped in toilette - can I activate my old TP1?

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HTP...did they let you keep ur TP after they upgraded you to the TP2??
Sort of, they "let" me keep it because I paid full retail for it as an Alltel customer, so I owned it and they had no use for it. That was probably the worst decision I have ever made, the PPC I bought before that was also paid full retail. I was younger then and still living at home made me feel like Donald Trump and I 'had' to have the newest of everything $600... lol, oh boy.
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