I haven't a phone. ;_;
I do like Samsung's Galaxy Tab S series tablets, though. Pricey but nice. My parents and I have S2's (I think the battery on mine is going, though), plus I have an S3 and now an S6. (Go figure as soon as I bit the bullet and shelled out for an S6, they introduced the S7.
) For some reason my S6 doesn't like SAS and occasionally refuses to load anything but the site logo (and loads things weird when I open up a new tab until I hit refresh) though clearing it from the browser cache seems to fix that, it must be the S6 since I don't get that issue with other sites or on my other devices with the same browser (yet).
I had a Samsung laptop and ugh it sucked, I mean it functioned average but if I ever had to restart it (like after a Windows update) for some reason it'd take like 15-20 minutes or more to detect any network connections...so frustrating. Samsung, you have nice tablets but crappy laptops.
My mother has a TracFone. Wow, what a dumb spelling (I thought it was Tracphone). She finally got a new one and seems thrilled that she can actually easily use the Internet on it now, though it relies on our home wireless Internet, apparently, and if that goes out then so does the phone's Internet, that's lame. This is the reason I have no phone, I'm always at home and have nobody to call, if I did have a phone it'd be only to briefly access the Internet when our cable provider's Internet connection goes out, which TracFones apparently do not do...? I guess I don't understand how cell phones work.
The main issue with this all is, having only the one cell phone number, my Google account is necessarily connected to that, and a Google account is needed for Android, so every tablet in this house, including my parents', is connected to my Google and my mother's phone number, and every time you do something security related with Google, it notifies your Gmail, your primary e-mail, and every device connected to the account
. I signed in to Google on my new (HP) laptop the other day and every tablet in the house
sounded an alert at once. My parents (browsing on theirs) looked at me and I said, "Sorry, that was just me." ;_;
...I don't know why I'm replying to your thread. Į\_(ツ)_/Į