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Oh crap! My phone!!! (Contest)

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I was texting with one of my fellow bloggers the other day and all of a sudden she just stopped. No more replies, not twitter, no Facebook, nothing. Since she’s chronically distracted I figured that something must have happened with one of her kids or her neighbors and I let it go. I just kept sending her texts knowing that eventually she’d get back to me.

Um. No.

I started receiving Facebook messages, but no replies to my texts. What in the world was going on?

Girlfriend had driven off with her phone on the top of her car. The phone ended up somewhere. Where that SOMEWHERE is we don’t know.

Ha ha!

That was even better than when I dropped my phone in a sink full of dishes. PLOP! Then spent the whole night of it sitting in a ziploc full of rice hoping it would dry out. *it didn’t btw*

So what is YOUR worst cell phone story? Share it with me and you can win!

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For you chance at a $40.00 Amazon or I-tunes gift card share your best cell phone disaster story.

Leave the story in the comments section and BusyBeeBlogger.com will choose one winner.

GOOD LUCK!!

And to help minimize MORE cell phone disasters, our friends at Asurion offer these easy summer tips to help minimize the damage to your phones (especially if you have children who use them) this summer:

  • A good case or silicone protector can help protect the back and sides against scratches and provide some impact protection.
  • A transparent film screen protector can prevent the screen from scratching and can also help remove glare.
  • A growing number of waterproof cases are on the market designed to protect phones when submerged in water for a limited amount of time.
  • Purchase cell phone insurance to protect your investment and stay connected with children.
  • Many wireless carriers now offer Asurion’s downloadable application that can remotely locate, lock or wipe a phone, along with the insurance coverage.

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  1. I had just received a brand new phone in the mail and was really excited about the new phone because it was all the rage at the time. So I tossed my sim card in it and started calling and texting away. When I got home that night I grabbed the phone as I was getting out of the car and started grabbing the items I picked up at the store. Apparently, I grabbed a few too many because the phone immediately fell out of my hand as I got out of the car and smashed into the ground. I quickly grabbed it and all the other parts that had come off and started putting it back together. I was very excited that it was not badly damaged since I did not purchase the optional insurance on this phone. For a brief moment I thought, maybe I should call and add the insurance this was an expensive phone, but brushed it off and said well I already dropped it once and it’s fine. Not even a week later I did the exact same thing except this time I was parking on the side of the road and when I dropped the phone it did the bounce off the foot trick into the middle of the road where a nice old lady in her car ran it over. Needless to say I probably should have either bought the insurance, one of those huge cases that can take a car running it over, or just learned to not try to grab everything at the same time getting out of the car.