IM paling OK Tanya Google talk

by Alexander Lex-ON » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 01:35:22 GMT


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 Trims buat masukannya biss

BTW IM yang paling ok menurut androiders apa yah? Yang ringan dan cepat
terlebih lagi gratis hehehe. Subjektf saja tapi kalau bisa se-objektif
mungkin :)

Alex

2010/4/22 Enya Anggia <anggiadyar...@gmail.com>



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IM paling OK Tanya Google talk

by eko marssetiawan » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 02:04:19 GMT


 ane make fring bro...UInya bagi saya bersih

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IM paling OK Tanya Google talk

by Eddy Setyawam » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:04:02 GMT


 kalau saya saat ini pake ebuddy soalnya di HH saya paling stabil pake ebuddy

2010/4/23 Alexander Lex-ON <addictbe...@lex-on.com>



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IM paling OK Tanya Google talk

by Alexander Lex-ON » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:16:24 GMT


 Saya donlot dari market dr kemaren ampe detik ini unsuccessful terus
:( napa lagi yah?

Alex





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