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AT&T Offers T-Mobile Customers Up to $450 to Switch

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Top message:  Why such an aggressive move? by HiramGlez   Jan 3, 2014, 1:16 PM

Replying to:  Re: Why such an aggressive move? by hepresearch   Jan 4, 2014, 3:16 PM

Re: Why such an aggressive move?

by HiramGlez    Jan 5, 2014, 4:40 PM

I used to work for T-Mo and during that time frame I kept my at&t account which has been my line for the past 18 years. when I had my employee line I had no issues what so ever with coverage like they state here, I don't know why they get such a bad rap about coverage. Just to make things clear the reason I kept my line with at&t is because I have a grandfathered plan called North America, that was the only reason I kept my at&t line during my work at T-mobile. But right now I do have to say T-Mobile is looking very attractive with their new world data plan Smile even, as the mention a lot of people don't travel as much internationally but it does help for the what if I travel do I want to pay between $1-$5 per minute while I travel, and $20 per megabyte, the packs are still a joke... I have a grandfathered International data plan on at&t for $65, and when I travel just using maps, a bit of social networking I'll rack up at least 500mb. If I were to be using the international data packs 500mb would be around $90...

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