My rare mobile blinks of India
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Got my old faithful Smasung as a gift from a NY friend 3 years ago.
Couldn't find how to store anything on the plug in memory card and so photos quickly pile up to fill the built in capacity.
In India, after many trials I managed to get a local sim card from a Tamil friend, it worked untill I crossed the Goan border, 2 months later. Then I bought sim card in Maharashtra with my lodge address as a residence. It worked for a week untill it was blocked because the SBNL didn't approve it.
All that time the phone just tagged along as my watch and alarm clock. Sometimes as a torch too.
The few snaps I took along the way, for what ever reason my Canon camera wasn't with me or ceased working. Here they are, after I had installed the PC studio application and hoked up my phone through a USB cable.
Very few considering the thousands photos and hours of video I recorded. But yet an interesting eclectic collection....
In the story Crash Landing.
Also by Etan Doronne
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