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  • Nils Breiter

    Or you simply grab an old Nokia with T9.

    • Anonymouse

      Ok I’m familiar with T9 and how it works but this ad/article whatever it is gives no details as to how it functions. Whatever happened to commonsense or is the next geheration relying so heavily on being autocorrected they cease to think?