Commentary: A Cellular Commitment-Phobe Commentator Amy Dickinson describes her change of cell phone service as a lover might describe the end of a romantic relationship. She says strain was put on the relationship by the changing demands of the provider and her attraction to new, slicker models and services.
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Commentary: A Cellular Commitment-Phobe

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Commentary: A Cellular Commitment-Phobe

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Commentator Amy Dickinson describes her change of cell phone service as a lover might describe the end of a romantic relationship. She says strain was put on the relationship by the changing demands of the provider and her attraction to new, slicker models and services.