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rockit99 said:It's been puzzling reading this thread. I'm in the UK and we don't have to register a new device to use with a service. And I can't see why you need to. Forgetting the 'dozens of devices' comment earlier, surely, you have a phone contract with a data package. All your devices ( if you choose) go through that package, you're not using up extra bandwidth. I bought my partner an AW recently and just paired it with her iPhone. She uses either/or with no problem (be kind of tricky to use both together I guess!).
I know it works a bit differently in the US (our phones work anywhere/everywhere no matter the provider) but wtf?
Your partners AW is connecting through your current cellular connection just like any devices you might tether through your phone. The AW3 connects directly to the cell towers.
StrangeDays said:Ed789 said:Only one hour talk time!
Even with the AW2, I have answered calls on my watch when my phone was at the other end of the house. It's a lot easier to give a quick answer to a question either by vox or text than have to explain how come I missed a call.
bbdroid said:And even though the 680,000 number is small compared to Spotify's overall paid subscription base, it is by no means insignificant.
"The investigation has been completed. The cause is undetermined at this time; however, the origin is believed to be on the kitchen floor in the area of electrical appliances. There is no indication of criminal activity."
So how much more investigation was done and who made the determination that the fire was due to an iPad?
Soli said:rogifan_new said:The whole point of the program is to be able to get a new phone after 12 months, not 14 or 15.