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Iphone 4s on Tmo, pros & cons


Nov 25, 2012, 8:54 AM
I'm interested in buying an unlocked Iphone 4s & my carrier is Tmo. What are the pros & cons of using the Iphone 4s on Tmo's network? Is it worth it? Please help!!!

Nov 27, 2012, 10:56 AM
SLOW 2.5G speeds unless you're in one of the lucky markets they've converted.

With all of the exceptional Android equipment available on T-Mobile I just have to ask why you want an obsolete Apple phone?

Nov 27, 2012, 6:52 PM
This is a great question. T-mobile offers truly unlimited nationwide 4g data with no overeages or caps, as well as a blazing fast 4g network. T-Mobile offers some of the best value over the competitiors, and also has really good Monthly 4g plans available if you don't want to sign a contact. t-Mobilealso offers free wifi calling! Using your iPhone on T-Mobile is a great way to keep the device you love while saving money.

Nov 28, 2012, 9:54 AM
You paid T-Mobile shill. Why aren't you honest that you don't get 4G speeds over the majority of the network. This is how you get dissatisfied customers. Instead of recommending one of the brilliant Android or Windows Phone handsets on your network you recommend something that will lead to churn. Do you think this is wise business?

Nov 28, 2012, 11:02 AM
T-Mobile is working to enhance the network for a better experience for iPhone users. T-Mobile offers the unlimited nationwide data plan that will enable you to do everything you want on your iPhone without worrying about data overages or speed reductions. If you activate an unlocked iPhone on T-Mobiles network you can save up to $40 a month that is $480 in the first year, which can almost pay off a new iPhone.

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