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As the title might have tipped you to, we've hit a milestone. It's Episode 100! Hear Phil scream like a little girl! Hear us talk ad nauseam about the Galaxy S III -- again! Hear our predictions for Google IO, which we'll be at next week. And hear nearly a dozen of your voicemails. It's our most epic podcast EVAH! (Video's still uploading. Stay tuned.)

Thing 1: Galaxy S III in the U.S., sort of

Thing 2: Google IO coming up next week - our predictions!

Thing 3: Lots and lots of voicemails

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There are 4 comments

lionsson says:

Hey Richard,
Just get a One X or a S3 and sell it for 500 to 600 dollars and buy a Galaxy Nexus GSM with HSPA+ or as At&t calls it "4G".

And have yourself a bloatware free, At&t subsidized phone.

Note: I usually get about 3 to 5 Mbps on At&t. That test above is not common.

Paul627g says:

Good show last night.. Glad to be apart of the Episode 100 Chat Room ;)

Hand_O_Death says:

Bummed I missed the show last night. Oh well, congrats on your first 100 guys

noremac84 says:

During the podcast, they mention that "here is the US we can get unlimited everything, everything plan for around 30 euros with no contract" I've been trying to figure this out. I asked a verizon person via chat if there was any difference in plan if I paid full price for a phone and the response was that there is no difference.