Roger that, I totally agree - I'm just a bit weary I guess because it's my first "smartphone" so to speak and I just don't really wanna mess it up on the first day! I guess if there is an update, I'll investigate it and see what user-submitted feedback is, if any. I know say with my PS3 there were a few iffy firmware updates and they actually caused a few PS3's not to work, so yeah I'll do some research first, as with my PS3! :tup:
Well I've never been a fan of Bill Pay - I'd rather be in control of what I'm spending so I always opt for a Pay As You Go phone - sure, there are limitations etc, but I'd rather pay in advance than be stuck to a contract! I'm sure Bill Pay is good if you tend to use your phone a lot and can take advantage of a monthly offer but for someone like me, it's not really cost effective. I understand your viewpoint with regard to their stubbornness and of course you're right - I guess I was just peeved at the idea of the lack of flexibility on their part and lack of knowledge about the product itself, I mean they couldn't even tell me what version of Android was installed when I asked! Luckily we have Google & Web Forums!
Thanks for that battery tip :tup: I'll keep it plugged in just incase!
I've checked out the Android market and the apps - I can't wait to get started, hopefully all going to plan I'll purchase tomorrow. I'll be using WiFi, as you say it seems to produce better results in terms of quality and connectivity. I'm not really sure what you mean in terms of sipdroid, off to Google I go! So much for me to learn now, it's exciting!
This may very well sound like a silly question but I'll ask it anyway - Do I need to be thinking about firewalls or anti-virus here at all? I've seen some apps on the Android Market and it has me curious, I didn't really think about that! :shifty: