I should be ashamed to admit this, but it's the truth: I'd been using my new iPhone for a good month before I noticed that the voicemail feature hadn't been set up. Really. One quick trip to the AT&T store and it was taken care of, but you'd think I might have figured that out earlier.
I love love love my phone. It's in my hand a lot (far too much, if you ask Himself.) However, it is very rarely used AS a phone, which of course explains why I didn't notice the voicemail thing for so long. By my reckoning, talking on it comes in a solid sixth in the ranking of my potential uses, behind the following, which are listed more or less in order.
1) using its GPS capabilities for geocaching
2) using it to navigate while driving
5) surfing the Web
So, I have to ask: If you have a smartphone, do YOU actually use it primarily as a phone?? If not, what do you use it for most often? Wondering if it's just me for whom the phone function is almost incidental now!
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