Why bother with a new T-Mobile device?
No way would I make an investment in a new T-Mobile device since T-Mobile will cease to exist. How will I know that this (or any) new T-Mobile device will work on AT&T's 3G/4G network? I don't to be stuck with an Android powered paperweight or be forced to switch to an AT&T device on a more expensive rate plan with a data cap.
Forced to switch is right. That was done in all its glory back in 2004 when Cingular took over the old AT&T Wireless.
More expensive rate plans too. They would not grandfather over any plans either.
De La Vegas Cingular is the same devil with a dif...
Well first of all its going to be at least a year before the Att takes over t-mobile. After that its not going to be an overnight switch. You're prolly looking at about another year before anything changes with the 3g/4g spectrum that t-mobile is curr...
They should at least come forward with a Quad and/or Pentaband 3g device. Then it would be a different story. Nokia and RIM figured it out, no reason why HTC and others couldn't.
As long as this is a quad band 3G phone you will have no problem when/if this merger takes place. The problem will be when at&t-mobile create a LTE network then you will most likely need to buy a new phone. Exactly like Verizon now. only one phone can...
STILL waiting for a smartphone with these specs but with a real keyboard
Damn! ! ! All these new smartphones being announced with dual-core processors, and qHD displays but none with real, physical, slideout keyboards. This really ercks me! ! ! ! !
There is still a real keyboard crowd out there.
I have mixed feelings on this Jay. A year ago, I would have strongly agreed with you. I have always sworn by having an actual keyboard. Getting info and emails to my office as fast as I can is crucial.
Since I have owned the Evo, my typing has dra...