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Andrew Geleff
Works at ByteNow Media
Attends Community College of Philadelphia
Lives in Philadelphia, PA
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Here's our LG G Flex review. +Michael Fisher was kind enough to send me some photos of the phone while we're waiting for our official images to get uploaded.

Hint We didn't really like the phone. At all.
[Editor's Note: Chris has left for vacation and has experienced some technical difficulties in getting his G Flex pictures uploaded. Upon his return, he'll upload more images of the G Flex and some camera samples for your viewing pleasure. In the meantime, our pals at Pocketnow were kind enough to hook us up with some…
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LG has the double tap! 
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"All AT&T’s move tells us is that they’re incredibly threatened by T-Mobile’s aggressive approach to making wireless better for everyone. If AT&T was confident enough that it could bring subscribers to its network from other carriers, it would offer this deal to anyone looking to make the jump."
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i've only been in the mpls area for sprint and its been pretty bad the last year. they've been 'upgrading' towers now for months and finally are seeing basic lte coverage however when there isn't lte; their 3g = 1mb max speeds it seems.. Tmobile is a solid 15mb - 30mb all over. however, some will say the exact same for tmobile so i guess its a matter of getting a good rep more than anything. :)
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Things like this are the reason I never use this network anymore.
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This is the kind of dbag that makes switching to Android feel like I'm joining a close-minded group; what a complete tool. 
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If I knew he was going to say that Android is the most complete mobile OS right now, I would've skipped the rest of the video.
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+Mukund Ragunathan - It's not inferior just because you think it's inferior, master of the Internet.
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God, Verizon is terribad. 
A few weeks ago, AT&T slashed their Mobile Share Value plan pricing dramatically. For a lot of AT&T customers, it wasn't a farcry to wind up saving around $80 per month. While AT&T was pushing its Next annual upgrade plan, they also recognized customers who wish to stay out-of-contract and applied the discount to both…
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God dammit, I am tired of the iPhone 4's design language. Please let this be real, Apple. #iPhone6  
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This gave me crazy chills and almost put a tear in my eye.

Is it Saturday yet?
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Fucking awesome
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Need an internship that you won't hate? I've got you covered.
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If there's anyone out there who can help put a Microsoft Surface 2 unit in my hands for a little less than two weeks for a review project I'm working on, I would love and appreciate them forever. 
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Wannabe Journalist and Full-Time Student
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  • ByteNow Media
    CEO, 2010 - present
  • Staples, Inc.
    Easy Resident Tech, 2010 - 2011
  • Dick's Sporting Goods
    Footwear Sales, 2007 - 2008
  • Complete Finishings & Folding Cartons, LLC
    Factory Laborer, 2009 - 2010
  • wooshBOOM Media
    Chief Executive, 2013 - present
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Philadelphia, PA
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Reading, PA - Mount Laurel, New Jersey
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Technology, beer, sports, learning, and my friends are the best things in life.
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Self-proclaimed nerd who took a risk at starting his own company that seems to be paying off. Spending most of my time doing what I love to do, while working with some incredible people. Meeting more incredible people, building great friendships and seeing all the world has to offer along the way.

I enjoy hockey, time with friends, traveling, other sports, beer, and hockey.

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  • Community College of Philadelphia
    Tourism & Hospitality Management, present
  • Reading Area Community College
    Tourism & Hospitality Management, 2009 - present
  • Muhlenberg High School
    High School Diploma, 2004 - 2007
  • University of Phoenix
    Sports Management, 2008 - 2009
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I purchased my very first car from Piazza Honda of Philadelphia this past summer. My salesman, Andy Au, was very helpful and understanding of all the questions that I had for him. Instead of taking advantage of the first time buyer, he did the very best he could to answer my questions truthfully and get me the best deal possible. There's a reason the Piazza chain of dealerships is as monstrous as it is. They really believe in putting the customer first. As long as I'm living in the Delaware Valley, I'll be shopping for my cars at Piazza Honda of Philadelphia. Service would get an "Excellent" rating, but I was beyond pressured into buying additional services that I repeatedly declined by Finance Manager Adam Chaar. I won't hold that against the entire dealership, though. Everything else was amazing.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
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reviewed a year ago
Easily my favorite pie in town, but I'd love for them to install an online ordering option, because it's literally painful to attempt to order over the phone.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor to fairService: Very good
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