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Alex

My Pixi Plus is a great phone

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I'm currently using a Verizon Pixi Plus, that I purchased on Amazaon. i went form a Pre on Sprint to this Pixi on Verizon. I was worried about the form factor, but I have to say that I am quite used to it and like it. i wish it had more power though and webOS 2. If it had a 1 GHZ processor, it would be sweet. I am running Govnah and have overclocked with the max allowable. I also have touchstone chargers in my house and car which I used with my pre and now with my Pixi Plus.

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