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Man...I went into a T-Mobile store this AM to help my mom sort something out...the rep saw I had an iPhone and he was on me like a bee to
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    Man...I went into a T-Mobile store this AM to help my mom sort something out...the rep saw I had an iPhone and he was on me like a bee to honey! Wanting me to switch over...told him I was locked to AT&T and that I had the iPhone 5 with LTE...that stopped him in his tracks.

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    Man im paying 30 bux on tmobiles monthly 4g plan i have Talktone and i get to make all the calls i want on 3g with unlimited texts and data so att can keep lte tmo's speed is more than functional for what we need it for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyyankees View Post
    Man im paying 30 bux on tmobiles monthly 4g plan i have Talktone and i get to make all the calls i want on 3g with unlimited texts and data so att can keep lte tmo's speed is more than functional for what we need it for
    Amen brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00neimp0rtant View Post
    Seriously can't wait. This is going to be so nice.
    I have had my iphones with tmobile for some years now. and now my Iphone 4 displays a nice 3G.. and no longer the E, and I have the tmobile 4g monthly, and the speed is awesome. mms, works fine, everything, and for $50 a month, with everything unlimited. and a very good speed, nothing, i mean nothing, beats that.. yeah I've paid 650 for the unlocked one, but on the long run... I winnnnnnn and not tight to a contract, swetttttttt

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelsinojos View Post
    I have had my iphones with tmobile for some years now. and now my Iphone 4 displays a nice 3G.. and no longer the E, and I have the tmobile 4g monthly, and the speed is awesome. mms, works fine, everything, and for $50 a month, with everything unlimited. and a very good speed, nothing, i mean nothing, beats that.. yeah I've paid 650 for the unlocked one, but on the long run... I winnnnnnn and not tight to a contract, swetttttttt
    I get a 3G every time I start the phone, but after a few moments I lose the 3G then I'm stick back on edge. I think the problem is my edge signal is stronger then my 3G signal. Any tips or help from anyone would be appreciated. I want my phone to stay on 3G I'm in west palm beach I have a 4s and unlocked through Cydia 5.0.1

    Quote Originally Posted by qbnucca View Post
    I get a 3G every time I start the phone, but after a few moments I lose the 3G then I'm stick back on edge. I think the problem is my edge signal is stronger then my 3G signal. Any tips or help from anyone would be appreciated. I want my phone to stay on 3G I'm in west palm beach I have a 4s and unlocked through Cydia 5.0.1
    Should I keep roaming on?
    Last edited by qbnucca; 11-09-2012 at 06:17 PM.

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    All of the refarmed areas' speed tests I've seen so far seem to be limited to 21 Mbps HSPA+. Hopefully 42 Mbps HSPA+ will come later.

    Quote Originally Posted by bisayakid07 View Post
    Very disperate move from TMo. Of course that network is fast right now because it's a clean network. Only testing phone are on it. By the time subscribers are on it, I hope they have the budget to expand.
    You don't know what you're talking about.

    Their 1900 MHz spectrum is the same old [crowded] band that's been used for years. They're simply switching from GSM/GPRS/EDGE to 3G. In fact, there will still be a small portion of GSM/GPRS/EDGE left over 1900 MHz.

    Anyone with a modicum of sense could take a quick look at their 1700 MHz 3G/"4G" network and see that with all of the subscribers loaded on that network, the speeds are still fast. I'm talking a 31 Mbps speedtest fast (yes, that's LTE-like speed).

    So please don't compare T-Mobile's network to AT&T's congested and inefficient excuse of a network.

    It's a great time to be a T-Mobile customer. Get on that unlimited data plan while it lasts!

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