When cell phone come people who had feel big. Was a big monster that weigh about ten pounds. Then it get smaller and smaller. Even poor people run and buy. Some people rather buy phone credit than buy food. Cell phone was something to show off.
But after a time is another. Cell phone become commonplace. Everybody had one. Some had phone but no credit and then people start fuh snatch phone.
Dem boys seh that if phones suh common dem couldn’t understand why people thiefing cell phone. But that is now de new fashion.
And while people thiefing cell phone some telephone company thiefing phone credit. Of course, ordinary people use to pick up other people phone and thief dem credit too. But is de thiefing from de phone company. People sending message begging people fuh call and when dem call is voice message dem getting.
Is only people wid GT&T phone getting de message and all de calls come from Digicel phones.
Once you get de voice message you got to pay $30. Dem boys vex because dem seh is real thiefing.
Now somebody mek bad fuh all dem who does ask people fuh call dem back. Dem boys seh that people better get dem own credit because dem done wid this call back thing.
Imagine de GT&T boss man get de same message and he call back. Now he vex because he pay money to he competitor.
Dem boys want know wha new scam gun surface because it look like if is everybody thiefing.
Talk half, Lef half.
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