These are the most recent forum messages posted by tlgreene1021:
Re: finally !!!
arox413 said: But seriously who was actually following that rule?? The Wireless Carriers.
Depends on how you look at it. If you're using network size to base your decision on what's better or worse then I'd agree with you. However you're basing it on the actual quality and reliability of the network, it's a completely different story.
Well considering that Metro is currently selling 4g phones as low as $49(after $50 mir) or $79 no rebate, I'm pretty sure phone price won't be an issue when they shut down the CDMA network 2 years from now.
Future MetroPCS brand?
Considering how closely this resembles Metro's offering, I'm willing to bet this is in preperation for the merger and possibly the future brand of MetroPCS. Thoughts?
Disabling Google Kill-switch
Someone needs to create an apps for rooted devices to disable the kill-switch, similar to the SBSettings app on jailbroken iPhones. Anyone think this is possible? I have a feeling this will turn into standard procedure for not only Applications Google deems "Dangerous" but once carriers catch wind of this, they will be pushing Google to remove things as well.
For those Behold II users upset...
Your a moron for buying a Behold II in the first place! That's the biggest piece of Android crap T-Mobile sells. You only have yourself to blame.
Re: Now that...
Overmann said: PPPPPS--Mac Users claim they never get Viruses. Why does Notron and Trend Micro sell Internet Security Suites for MacOSX? I presume you learn the hard way when you encounter a stealth keylogger and your bank account or so gets hacked and drained. For the same reason they are making their antivirus software for smartphones...People are stupid enough to buy it. :wink:
Re: I eat hot-dogs every day for lunch...
Their are situations where driving without a seatbelt and riding a bike without a helmet is the better choice. Like if your in an accident and the car catches on fire but you can't get out because the seatbelt is jammed. Or when your riding a bike and you wanna show off your cool new hairstyle to a group of hotties outside of the bar your riding past. 8) :D
Re: Just one more thing...
Versed said: it starts as one small gesure, then become far more involved. I don't want to give the government one more inch. Agreed. It's all baby steps toward their goal of being able to monitor everyone every second of the day. People don't see the big picture. They are OK with it because they don't remember all the baby steps the government has already gone and are oblivious or simply don't care where it leads to. Notice ...
So it's ok for 2 companies to own 100% of web ads?
But when 2 cell companies own 60% of the market, that's a potential problem? /;| The people running this country have no idea what they are doing...
I'm putting my money on the Apple Farmers of America suing over Apple's logo :roll:
Just imagine the possibilities...
I will be able pay for another lapdance without having to leave the private room and use the ATM. I will be able to buy & sell stuff through craigslist with a Credit/Debit Card, thus removing the risk of getting my money jacked by the seller. Best of all, I won't have to worry about having the cash to buy drugs. I can put it on credit! BTW if you haven't realized yet, I think this is ...
Re: Um...that's not saying much...
Agreed. Couple that fact with the common knowledge of a new iPhone coming out in the next 1-2 months and it would be an embarrassment if Android OS were to sell less than the iPhone OS.
I can't Wait!
Eagerly waiting for Gigabit WIFI :-)...
Re: So... no change at all?
Nicely Put :D ANY company is for sale if offered enough money...Especially a company that's experiencing a downward trend. Hell, I hope for T-Mobile's sake someone buys them out. Then T-Mobile might get some management that will put the company through the twelve-step (business) program. T-Mobile needs management that will get them clean and sobor to end the self destruction that's been going on internally for the past year.
This has NOTHING to do with saving the earth...
...and EVERYTHING to do with cutting costs. Keep your paper bills people, don't buy into this false "Green" Movement. If you have zero use for a paper bill then setup paperless billing, otherwise keep it. Your not a better or worse person for choosing one or the other. Your not helping Mother Earth by choosing paperless, so get your head outta your crotch and stop smelling your own farts.
Where did you get the idea that it was for 2.0 only? It says right in the phonescoop article that it's available for 1.6 or higher :?
Nope, but it CAN run the calculator version of Dope Wars in it's full two-tone brilliance :D
Re: how come
You must work for the company considering you used the term "Earth Shattering" (T-Mobile's lame catch phrase for it's failed @Home product :roll: ). It's also pretty apparent T-Mobile has brainwashed you to be an overly positive robot douche. Since when did losing 70,000 net activations start being considered "Doing well"? That's T-Mobile 2009 Q3 sales numbers. Q4 numbers have yet to be released but you can bet you'll see similar loses. ...
Re: Will Google buy the US division?
No more of a conflict of interest as Apple having it's products on windows computers and vice versa. I can totally see this happening.
FCC Banning Cell Booster Yet Considering Cell Jammer use
Wow, thanks FCC for looking out for our best interests. :roll: I agree that the cell booster market should be more standardized if it actually is causing interference but the logic is completely back wards in this Booster/Jammer issue. How did we let the country get this bad? :(
Re: Bing? Come on...
Poor Yahoo...it's gotta be tough to go from king of the search engines to basically a redirect to another search engine :lol: That's what happens when you sellout your search results to the highest bidder.
Re: Hey guys, look at us! We did good!
I agree...I mean, at the very least, not be the ones to report it. By them announcing it, it makes it sounds more like a cheap publicity stunt rather than a random act of kindness.
Hey guys, look at us! We did good!
Way to toot your own horn T-Mobile. Congrats! :roll:
Re: Will it fry your brain
"This device is 100% completely safe. In fact, if you talk on the phone while it's plugged in, it will enable the device to sync with your brain and harvest energy directly from your body!" No thanks. This sounds like a terrible idea. :?
T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan.
Just to further clarify, on a contract plan you can divide the subsidized phone cost into 4 payments. The 1st payment plus the full amount of the sales tax is required in-store. If you decide to go the no contract route, you can split it into 20 payments with the 1st payment and tax required up front...depending on your credit. This is a great option for customers and because the plans are at least 10 bucks ...
Re: Microsoft got that money
netboy said: bing shows no DATE on results, so you might click on a link that is 10 years old! y would you want to wasting time clicking on links that is 10 years old! Well obviously if your doing a research paper on the evolution of the internet, DUH! :roll: Yea that would be extremely frustrating to not be able to sort it by date. I've only used Bing once or twice before ...
Dear Google, Can you buy T-Mobile for Christmas?
Come on Google, you need to just buy T-Mobile and give exclusive rights (or at least Temporary) for all the newest Android devices. If you throw some money into the network, Change the name to G-Mobile, and run it like the rest of your offspring, you could turn this company around and make it great again.
Re: let it begin.....
"Our 4-Way Cox bundle will package your Cable, Landline, internet, and Cell Phone into 1 easy to swallow price of $99.99! Fill EVERY facet of your life with Cox!" "When life gets you down, Count on Cox to lift your spirits"
Re: let it begin.....
With the LTE rollout, your Cox with penatrate faster and futher than ever before.
Re: let it begin.....
Sick of receiving unwanted calls? With Cox, you'll receive 'Cox Blocker' free of charge! :)
Re: let it begin.....
We have roaming agreements with Sprint, so wherever you go, you'll be covered with Cox nationwide! :D
Sorry, internet speed is throttled to be in line with the people of said area :P I'm just kidding :D
Re: You're what's wrong with America
Do you honestly believe conservatives are the only ones to blame for the Patriot Act? Your hero Obama pledged over and over during his campaign to end the Patriot Act when he got into office. Now that here's there, not only has he kept it, he is backing the renewal of the 3 worst provisions in it. If you want to read about it yourself: http://axisoflogic.com/artman/pu blish/Article_57631.shtml Your right about talk not equaling action. Talk prevents and CONTROLS ...
Re: You're what's wrong with America
Gladly. Freedom of Speech: Peaceful Protesters during the G20 meeting in Pittsburg a couple months ago were subjected to police brutality, arrests and "Sound tanks" that emits piercing sound, which forces people to disperse from an area. New hate crime laws are being passed to essentially make it a crime to say anything that is "hurtfull" to anyone, regardless of the race. Bills are being introduced to censor what you can see and read about on the internet. ...
Sign me up!
Yea ATT is unionized. I completely agree with what you said. They've taken nearly all incentive (along with my motivation) to sell phones away. I've been with the company for a few years and I've seen them chip away at commission to the point now (with the newly released rate plans) that it's almost insignificant...which by the way, is the idea so when they completely eliminate commission, people won't care because we are barely making anything ...
Re: Very Smart...
T-Mobile doesn't charge any extra to pay the phone off in installments and if you choose the No-Contract Even More Plus plans, you can pay it over 20 months. Smart move considering customers will be paying outright for the equipment. So yes, you really do save money on the No-Contract option.
That's probably the most effective, yet worst solution possible. Just think for a second, No one in the car could make calls. That's bad enough by itself but just imagine being outside a store on your phone and someone drives by while your walking through the parking lot. Their would be endless complaints about dropped calls from people's cars. ...Plus cell phone jammers are illegal, for good reason I might add.
Re: Almost great news
Yea true.....and Banks, telephone carriers and charities for that matter. Listen up companies, if you are too lazy or cheap to hire or get a volunteer (in the case of charities) to make phone calls, then I have no interest in whatever you want to tell me. STOP WASTING MY TIME :x
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