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The first and holiest T-Mobile phone
For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about T-Mobile.


1946 in the esteemed nation of East Angular: Whilst trying to invent the world's first racist ice lolly, T-Mobile was inadvertantly started by a Jade Goody. Since then it has fast become the UK's 22nd most popular mobile company. It offers lucrative price plans which not only rip off the customer, but confuses them until they are unable to tell.

After having convinced the masses of the usefulness of mobile phones, T-Mobile - was so intent on advancing usage and technology that it lost touch with people's wishes. Mobile devices and offers became more and more sophisticated, and thus ever more complicated and confusing in the eye of the customers. To regain their confidence, T-Mobile uses a regime that combines brainwashing, indoctrination, and a light citrus fragrance. This has worked quite swimmingly, although customers who have recently taken out a contract with the company have reported feeling nauseous, dizzy, and in some rare cases have grown extra spleens.