AT&T Offers T-Mobile Customers Up to $450 to Switch
4 Lines sharing 2GB (laughable I know) would be $155 per month at AT&T. 4 lines with 2.5GB (and no overage) EACH would be $140 at T-Mobile. Make that cap 500MB to keep everything equal and the price is $100, a savings of $55 per month!
A single line user would pay $80 to AT&T for 2GB plus unlimited talk and text vs. $60 to T-Mobile for 2.5GB. Again, at AT&T you'd get a bill if you went over that 2GB!
Why not offer a plan better than the competition instead of trying to get confused customers to port in?
I live on the eastern seaboard, in NC. Tmobile and Sprint are both aweful here...terrible. I'd rather pay for money to know that i can use my data when i need it and be able to get hold of my family when i need them.
I think that you are looking at this from a personal perspective....this plan isn't for you. If your happy with your tmobile service, then good luck to you. But those in my area would love this deal.
If you're in a good T-Mobile area like I am it seems silly to flush your money down the toilet every month. T-Mobile is the best carrier for me though your results may vary.
I don't know anyone's network that is garbage... otherwise, no one would be getting service on said network. They work where they are and don't work where they aren't, also depending on how full the towers are at any given time, and also depending on infrastructure issues that may or may not be occurring at any given time. As far as I'm concerned, if I had one tower to serve some tiny community, and only one phone model to offer in a store, that would represent an opportunity, and would not be garbage.
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