T-Mobile's LTE Network to Eventually Cover 225M People
Might as well shut down the rest of the network
Why bother covering those 75 million with GPRS and EDGE? Maybe it is cheaper than paying roaming fees. Too many areas in the northeast haven't been touched since Omnipoint.
I know ATT have better coverage, but the prices at Tmobile are sweet,
Using a smartphone but the 2gb of data per month isn't worth paying $80+/month that most of these contract carriers are offering, it's much better to pay by the minute and wait till I get to a wifi hotspot to use it. If it was 2gb of data per day, that's a different sto...
Where I live, in downtown, right between where the mall is, and the beginning of downtown, I have 4 bars LTE, earlier tonight I did a speedtest and got 26mbps!!! And that was inside my room by the way, not out in the open.
As far as the two as a choice, AT&T with my corporate discount puts me in more or less the same price range as TMO for a single phone account, AT&T is less when its a family plan.. Check to see if your employer has any discout deals. I don't fall in love with corporations, they are out to make a buck so do whats right for you. While I don't think TMO has the same coverage as the big two, I don't think its as gloomy as many people say.
FWIW I have...
I'm in the fence trying to decide between tmobile or att, I have a family play on sprint, but I'm tire of cdma, so verizon its not a option.
like you said, cdma sucks, but sprint with the new tri-band can step-up if they are smart,
there you go, all your contacts instantly know your new number.
Everyone needs to realize that routerless technologies are making telecoms irrelevant for moving P2P data. Check out wifi direct apps in the Play Store. like bluetooth on steroids...100% independent from the internet.
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