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Old 10-04-2011, 04:10 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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*sigh* I've been with T-Mobile for almost 7 years and it's just not looking good for them.

Like it or hate it, you have to admit the powerful hold the iPhone has. T-Mobile is now the only national carrier without the iPhone. getting the iPhone will likely push Sprint far ahead of T-Mobile. the Android OS is great from what I can see, but T-Mobile doesn't have that many decent Android based phones that are as high profiled as the iPhone or even the Droid. add in all the talks of AT&T buying it out and I question how long this company can survive.
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Old 10-04-2011, 04:26 PM
 
Location: In the clouds
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*sigh* I've been with T-Mobile for almost 7 years and it's just not looking good for them.

Like it or hate it, you have to admit the powerful hold the iPhone has. T-Mobile is now the only national carrier without the iPhone. getting the iPhone will likely push Sprint far ahead of T-Mobile. the Android OS is great from what I can see, but T-Mobile doesn't have that many decent Android based phones that are as high profiled as the iPhone or even the Droid. add in all the talks of AT&T buying it out and I question how long this company can survive.
Have you ever thought about getting an unlocked iphone? That way you can still keep t-mobile if you want. I used to be with t-mobile but dropped and went with verizon I personally like their plans better
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Old 10-04-2011, 04:30 PM
 
Location: Tricity
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Yeah, I have Nokia N8 and T-Mobile. Love it!!
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Old 10-09-2011, 10:54 AM
 
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Have you ever thought about getting an unlocked iphone? That way you can still keep t-mobile if you want. I used to be with t-mobile but dropped and went with verizon I personally like their plans better
Unlocked Iphone on Tmobile will not work properly as it dont support Tmobile 1700 Mhz GSM so you will get only 2G speeds on the phone instead of 3G or higher Other option is get unlocked phone and use tmobile account for phone and texts only but for data get a MIFI device that works on 4G speed and use that date for iphone
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Old 10-09-2011, 03:51 PM
 
Location: Downtown Harrisburg
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getting the iPhone will likely push Sprint far ahead of T-Mobile. the Android OS is great from what I can see, but T-Mobile doesn't have that many decent Android based phones that are as high profiled as the iPhone or even the Droid. add in all the talks of AT&T buying it out and I question how long this company can survive.
There's nothing wrong with Sprint. I personally don't use them because of the speed & coverage I get with Verizon, but if I ever left, it would probably be to either Sprint or VM. They are absolutely worth a look. And you most likely WILL see a noticeable improvement in coverage quality over T-Mobile.
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