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    I have an opportunity to receive a free Android phone but want to make sure that I can sync it with my MAC? Will also need to get service for it, Verizion seems to have the best coverage where we live. Any thoughts?
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod Staff Member Premium Member

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    I believe they have no problems working on a Mac. Verizon has the best coverage imo, but AT&T is good where I live too, so it's a toss up.

    What phone can you get for free?
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    Welcome to Dfroidforums!! Free is always a good price for sure, hope you enjoy whatever you chose :)
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    Welcome to the site. Lucky to get a free phone. dancedroid