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    Senior Member ThinkingAboutIt's Avatar
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    I have had no problems with my iPhone. Just the rare spot where there was no coverage while driving. I even had coverage in the mountains. Only 1 dropped call that I recall in 2 years. Never a problem with the internet, email, etc.

    The only thing I don't like is that Apple and Adobe aren't working together. Oh, and gmail stinks if you need to search it - it was rare for it to find anything.

    If you do get it, get the 32GB...I can only fit 5 apps on my 16GB because I have a lot of podcasts and music.
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    Being a T-Mobile user, I have to say, they don't have the *best* coverage, but they are by far the easiest to deal with, and you'll find them pretty cheap too.

    What do I mean? They let me enable my data plan for a month if I want it (I don't use data except when traveling, why pay when I'm not using it?), and tethering is included in the $20 cost. They will unlock your phone for you if you're in decent standing with them and ask, they're the only ones that let you run whatever phone you want without a data plan.

    I've had them for 4 years, and I like the service. I've never once had a billing issue, and I've changed my plan a million times (I like cheap), and don't keep a contract. Also, in the mountains, they seem to have a lot more roaming deals with the little guys, because I'll have service on random networks I've never heard of, while everyone else I know has nothing. (VT, Tahoe, etc.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by millerm277 View Post
    Being a T-Mobile user, I have to say, they don't have the *best* coverage, but they are by far the easiest to deal with, and you'll find them pretty cheap too.

    What do I mean? They let me enable my data plan for a month if I want it (I don't use data except when traveling, why pay when I'm not using it?), and tethering is included in the $20 cost. They will unlock your phone for you if you're in decent standing with them and ask, they're the only ones that let you run whatever phone you want without a data plan.

    I've had them for 4 years, and I like the service. I've never once had a billing issue, and I've changed my plan a million times (I like cheap), and don't keep a contract. Also, in the mountains, they seem to have a lot more roaming deals with the little guys, because I'll have service on random networks I've never heard of, while everyone else I know has nothing. (VT, Tahoe, etc.)
    I think I'm going to go with T-Mobile, they do seem to have great rates.

    Has anyone bought their phones/contracts from Wirefly, a site for Americans that offers deals with all the carriers?
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    You.... have never had a cell phone?

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