Question about Cell Phones
The phone is trashed. However your phone book should still be intact in the Rom or Ram part of the phones internal memory. It can easily be retrieved and hopefully your local Provider wont charge anything to transfer your phone book from the broke phone to your new one. I would also suggest buying a new or slightly used phone off of Craigslist rather than buy from the provider. You will save a ton of money and it wont extend your contract. Just make sure you run the craigslist phone's ESN or MEID number by your carried before you buy it to make sure they will accept it and it's not stolen.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
The best I can say is take into the repair center where you got it. Can't guarentee it can even be fixed. It really took a beating.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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