During David's time in hospital I lent him my first iPhone. I had used it as an iPod and kept some minutes on it as "pay as you go" . When he tried to use it , it failed, the minutes had disappeared, taking with them my old number!
I assume that if it hadn't been used for a couple of years O2 took them back!
Now he's out and planning various escapes for freedom ,he is giving serious thought to a new mobile. It makes sense so this mornings task is to study the various phones on offer! I haven't looked yet but last time I did the choice was both massive and bewildering!
He likes his google tablet so I think first choice may well be android or something like that. I have told him a touch screen is essential, therefor no Blackberry! The keys are much too fiddly for an old man with slightly arthritic fingers!
His old mobile is attached to his Merc and works wonderfully well in the car... when taken out it gives no end of problems.....so a new phone looks essential....
This is today's endeavour for him whilst I have a funeral visit for an old friend....I am not really working.....just the pull on my heart strings meant I was reluctant to turn this one down, I've known them all a long time!
Any views on a suitable phone would be gratefully received by me but probably not by him! ,