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T-Mobile Launches GoSmart Prepaid Service Nationally

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Feb 19, 2013, 4:13 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

T-Mobile USA today officially expanded its GoSmart Mobile prepaid service beyond several trial markets to the entire U.S. The trial kicked off in nine markets in December. Since the trials began, T-Mobile USA has signed up tens of thousands of customers to the service, beating its forecasts. Consumers will be able to find GoSmart Mobile at some 3,000 wireless retail shops begining today. GoSmart Mobile offers SIM cards for $8 that can be activated in any unlocked GSM device. GoSmart also sells the Alcatel OT 838, a QWERTY messaging phone, for $69. Three plans are available, costing $30, $35, or $45 per month. The $35 plan offers 2G data speeds, but the $45 plan offers 3G data speeds.

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Feb 19, 2013, 7:06 PM

I hope T-Mobile

is going to provide more training to these 3000 locations than they apparently have so far. I had a customer calling the Sprint dealer store where I work asking how to unlock her Nextel device for GoSmart. She was sold the GoSmart SIM and told to come to us to unlock her phone. Evil or Very Mad
LOL. I hope you guys did you job and informed your Nextel customers that Nextel uses IDEN and not GSM. JS.

Not many people know that, the Go Smart retailers are trained to tell customers that any Unlocked GSM device can be used on the service. As ...
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