ZEMEN wrote:Aragaw, thanks man I really appreciate that, thank you. Aragaw, can you also ask him if it is cheaper to buy it there than in here, The USA. I am thinking if the price is reasonably close, it might be good idea just to give them the money and they can buy what they want.
Bwendimu wrote:All iphones are open you can use them on arrival if you have the sicard. As a I told you it is annoying for those apps never sleep and consume power. Totally I phoneis not for Ethiopia. Only for show off.
Minelik wrote:I kind of agree with bewendimu..iPhone is for show off ..I do not like I phone for the very dame reason the battery dies quickly and its has some annoying programs which I barely use em. Android phone is servicing my purpose and I am happy with it. The only reason I suggest Ethiopian at home to have iPhone is to make calls from Addis to USA. Once they upload this software, easy to call long distance with out worrying about the charges..
ZEMEN wrote:Aragaw, thanks man. I really appreciated it. Let me see what I can do. I think it is more complicated than I have anticipated and your help is greatly appreciated.
Anyway, here is what I found out so far. The must be unlocked so and SIM carded because other ways it won’t work. I get that and what I learn is that the phone must also be jailbroken; meaning they can add what ever you want and even make long free distance calls, like Minelik was talking. I think I am starting to get it. Thanks guys. I am digging and I will let you know. thanks
Bewendumu, Now, you are talking sense on this senseless Idea but my people have this enormous expectation and I am done arguing with them. But I do agree with you.
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