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So I can't...

Slammer

Mar 10, 2009, 4:18 PM
go into TMO, Buy a phone, and unlock it, then go to ATT? Personally, I don't see the infatuation with buying a bottom line prepaid phone and going through the hassle anyway. It's not like they're state of the art devices. In fact, most prepaids are almost the same models on a different network. Just buy one from the company your with and activate it. I guess I am old school and don't understand it.
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Roadkill

Mar 10, 2009, 4:58 PM
Yes, you can. It's perfectly legal.
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Slammer

Mar 10, 2009, 7:56 PM
Roadkill said:
Yes, you can. It's perfectly legal.


Actually Roadkill, That was my exact point. There really is not any difference.
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lancekalzas

Mar 11, 2009, 6:12 AM
There is a huge difference between buying a prepaid cell phone and unlocking it for your personal use on another carrier versus buying hundreds at a time, unlocking all of them and then reselling them for a significantly higher rate.

In that situation it's T-Mobile that could have a negative image with the public if they don't do something about it. Make sense?
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Cellinovation

Mar 14, 2009, 10:40 AM
So what your saying, is the companies that have been banned from purchasing the phones, will make a shift now to only charging to unlock the phones, and telling their customers what and where to buy.

🙂 🙂
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