T-Mobile Spring Launch Event Liveblog
I can't take you serious
We are free to leave this month?
Wait.....am I hearing this right? Unsatisfied customers are free to leave.....no ETF?? I NEED details on this. Look I have been patient for a LONG time but I am tired of being 90% 2G MOSTLY EVERWHERE I travel. I wonder if I can "cancel service" have not ETF and then just sign up again on one of the new no-contract plans....that way at least I am no longer committed and I can still give them a chance to "fix this network to at least 3G or '4G'" Thoughts?! Because I have BEEN tempted to go back to AT&T
T-Mobile Commercial-what are your ideas?
If you were in charge of T-Mobile's marketing, what changes would you make?
This is the commercial:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded ... »
The way it should have been
As I mentioned before, only if they can just sure up some coverage issues (no coverage and edge being upgraded), I will become a customer.
I have read on some sites of people complaining that T-Mo is not advertising their phone installment fee (as if they are hiding something). I feel that these people do not see the big picture in that they have been paying that with their current carriers every month, even when out of contract. Or if they used their own equipment, they were charged the same fee, in many cas...
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Fantastic job guys
STOP THE INSANITY...iPhone???
So one's experience with a TMO iPhone could be quite disappointing, right?
Because if you don't live in one of their modernized areas or LTE area. You're going to be still stuck on EDGE because none of the iPhones have a 1700 MHz radio.
Why offer em' then!?
It supports T-Mobile's LTE network, in addition to HSPA+ in the 1700 and 1900 MHz spectrum. T-Mobile's version of the iPhone 5 will also be the only variant to offer HD voice.
Okay, now I see the light.
Oh, and it wouldn't be complete without a pink, circular stage for the presenters on which to stand.
That made my day thank you for brightening up my day.
The fun continues.
Not many presentations have started on time