t-mobile refill cards
1) i am a contract customer and have no use for the refill card, is there any way to use this towards my contract account?
2) can i use it for anything else (i.e. like a pay per use data plan if such a thing exists)?
3) are there any other companies that will honor t-mobile refill card cash?
4) is there some place where one can check the balance of the card (i haven't used it but it is about a year old, should still be good right?)?
Roaming question ?
Adding Employer Discount Extends Contract?
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Hopefully the End ALL Be ALL to this pricing argument
1 line- Unlimited talk/text/ 1 GB data= 40 line access+50 data= 90.00
2 lines-Unlimited talk/text/1 GB of shared data= 40 line access x 2 lines + 50 data= 130.00
ATT w/ Mobile Share:
1 line- Unlimited talk/text/ 1 GB data= 45 line access + 40 data = 85.00
2 lines- Unlimited talk/text/ 1 GB shared data= 45 l...
I am going this week to sign up with T-Mobile....Finally gonna get the HTC One, If I put down the $20 and pay the monthly fees with the newer system, If I decided to upgrade to something else? I mean does the cost of the phone just get added to the oerall payment until thats paid off? For instance I sign up and am paying whatever it is a month for a phone, then decide 6 months from now to get something else that's $500, do I add the phone to my account and start paying the difference to the one I was paying on?
T-Mobile Phones (New Rate Plans)
In the long run, its not cheaper. I would rather sign a new contract with another company, and only pay $199.99 for a phone.
Does anyone know if this applies to loyalty customers as well?
TMOBILE NEW PLAN
T-Mobile USA Reports Preliminary First Quarter 2013 Customer Results
Very impressed with T-mobile USA. Let's see where this whole new vision and strategy yields them.
I just wanted to chime in and ask if there was anyone else in the Boston area with T-Mobile? I wanted to check before I leave Verizon. I did check the map on the website and it lists my location as having dark green which is good I know but I wanted to hear from people that actually have it.
TMO 1900MHz network modernization question
So I'm wondering with TMO pushing to spread their 1900MHz coverage to work with older iPhones. Are they shutting down the 1700Mhz? Therefore limiting phones like the One S. Or will these phones that were specifically made for TMO before their modernization continue to work just fine?
PLEASE have your verification ready
Customer know what we need, and have always been very good at this. I get a verification escalation about once every two weeks, but it never goes anywhere becuase of FCC regulations.
I try hard NEVER to quote contract terms, or quote rules that are doled out by a federal agency, like the FCC. I save that until last, I know nobody likes to hear that from a representative.
Lately, I have been getting LOTS of calls from custoemrs, individual and business, that just simply dont have the required verification (last of SSN/TAXID(EI...
Will Blu Tank 4.5 (3G 850/2100 HSDPA) work on tmobile network
Here are the spec's from Amazon:
• Unlocked Dual SIM 4.5" qHD (540x960 pixels) Resolution LCD with IPS (In Plane Switching) Technology
• Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 3G 850/2100 HSDPA, Micro SD up to 32GB
• IP67 Certified Dust and Waterproof
• 5MP Camera with LED Flash, Front Camera VGA for Video Calling Support
• 4GB Internal Memory, 512MB RAM, 3.5mm Audio Jack,FM Radio, MP3 Player, MP4 Player
HELP - this is confusing
Just received the Blackberry Z10
How is the coverage in NY?
I am on Sprint right now, and have no complaints. I've been on Verizon, and AT&T and all 3 have there dead spots and such so I'm used to that. usually its a dropped call here and there, nothing really big for any of those 3 but T-Mobile seems to be the least expensive of them all and I was wondering is it worth the switch?
Can anyone tell me what there coverage is like, call quality, data speeds, etc..? Thanks
T-mobile USA officially launches Blackberry Z10
Your bill is also lower, and once its paid off its $18 per month lower.