I'm surprised how cellphone popularity is getting in this day and age, I've never been a big fan of using the phone ever in my life, but when I was working for a cellphone carrier, I started getting a bit carried away with cellphones, I wanted top of the line, the best phone possible, etc, I had a Motorola c350 and before then I found it was fine enough for me, did exactly what I wanted, had good battery life, etc, but now I was getting too annoyed with how out-of-date the cellphone was, so as soon as the contract of that phone was over I cancelled the contract (it wasn't in my name) and started over.. anywho, what cell phones do you currently own, what carrier do you have with it, and if you want what sort of price plan do you have, and feel free to post a pic. I have a Motorola v635, and my carrier is Rogers Wireless (Canada), I purchased the phone at the end of August, wanting a flip phone with a camera, mainly because I like to randomly take pics on the go, even if they aren't the best quality, it also has an mp3 player and an SD slot, but I never use it for mp3s, except my mp3 ringtone that I uploaded from my iBook. So far it's a pretty decent phone, has a decent battery life of around 6-8 days, the reception is pretty decent, even when I'm out of Rogers coverage area, but lately I'm having various reception days. Plan wise, it's so/so, $25 Canadian for 200 daytime minutes, unlimited nights at 6PM and weekends, $10 'value bundle' including 75 text messages, call display, and voicemail... rip off I know, $3 "WhoCalled" which is a service that sends a text message when you're out of coverage area/phone is turned off/etc, and the usual $6.95 system access fee that Canadian carriers have. The plan could be better especially for text messages but it's much better than the plans that my friends have where they pay for the same and only get 100 minutes, 8 or 9PM evenings, etc. I'm fine with my phone even though Motorola's software is a piece of junk, sometimes I have to take the battery out of the phone to turn off the phone Now how about you?