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Are you kiding me!!!

croge62

Mar 25, 2009, 2:26 PM
Lets not forget that t-mobile is still a young company. Its only been around for 10 years in the United States so for everyone to say they're late in the game is retarted. Verizon and sprint has been around forever and it would make sense that they would be ahead of t-mobile. The gap between them and ATT is closing fast.
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Kayslay34

Mar 26, 2009, 10:30 AM
croge62 said:
Lets not forget that t-mobile is still a young company. Its only been around for 10 years in the United States so for everyone to say they're late in the game is retarted. Verizon and sprint has been around forever and it would make sense that they would be ahead of t-mobile. The gap between them and ATT is closing fast.


That is stupid, Nintendo and Sony have been around a lot longer than the Microsoft (in the console world), and they have no problem being the best all around system.
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lancekalzas

Mar 26, 2009, 11:44 AM
Hmmm, taking into consideration several facts (such as Tmo Slave's post in this article about the spectrum taking too long to get out of the government's hands which I can confirm and you said was an informative post especially since Microsoft MIGHT be considered to have the best all around system but it's hardly a reliable console) I hardly think this is a relative comparison. Each cell phone tower roughly costs around $200 to $250K to put up and T-Mobile has made significant strides in all areas.

Plus, since we're now using the video game industry for comparison, the Xbox 360 is unreliable in the best of circumstances. First you have the RROD that has plagued millions of users and now you have the E74 error which is a growing concer...
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Kayslay34

Mar 26, 2009, 7:26 PM
lancekalzas said:
Hmmm, taking into consideration several facts (such as Tmo Slave's post in this article about the spectrum taking too long to get out of the government's hands which I can confirm and you said was an informative post especially since Microsoft MIGHT be considered to have the best all around system but it's hardly a reliable console) I hardly think this is a relative comparison. Each cell phone tower roughly costs around $200 to $250K to put up and T-Mobile has made significant strides in all areas.

Plus, since we're now using the video game industry for comparison, the Xbox 360 is unreliable in the best of circumstances. First you have the RROD that has plagued millions of users and now you have t
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lancekalzas

Mar 27, 2009, 6:07 AM
And growing from less than 5 million customers in 2001 to 32 million customers in 2009 is not doing very well? I would think that's a pretty significant achievement plus it's very difficult to compare the video game industry to the cell phone industry. It's basically apples to oranges.

If you were to go look at all of the accomplishments T-Mobile has done in the past 8 years, it's a pretty amazing timeline considering they don't have the spectrum Sprint, Verizon and ATT have. The FCC AWS auction helped them out in a huge way but for one, it takes time to take advantage of that because it's not as simple as a light switch and two, government hinderance is the primary reason for the delay in launching it.
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Kayslay34

Mar 27, 2009, 10:06 AM
So in the end your blaming the government for your crappy 3g network.... maybe obama can bail you out LOL 🤣


And by your definition of doing well, cricket and metropcs are on pace to be a better company than tmo. Just because you grow fast does not mean the service you have is great.
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croge62

Mar 27, 2009, 12:46 PM
Ok let's see if tmobile service sucks so bad then over 30 million people wouldn't have it. You are still living in the past you probably don't even have tmobile so don't judge. I've had all the services and they all have areas where they don't get good service including verizon. I have tmobile and I can't even remember the last time I had a dropped call. I've traveled all over the country and I get service you know why because tmobile don't put towers in places where people don't live like the other carriers.
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Kayslay34

Mar 27, 2009, 1:31 PM
What are you talking about, im currently in kansas city, and you cant get 3g in the north part of the city, and i used to live in south miami and t-mobile 3g sucked there, we are talking about 3g not voice coverage, so before you make claims "i have been to every major city in the US and tested tmobiles 3g network all over", please pass everyone a umbrella so we can be protected from the bs spewing out of your mouth.

Also i never stated that no companies started of small, i stated by that guys logic of a company starting off late and by adding so many customers so fast equals great 3g service. So please take time and read the whole post instead of just reading a reply and making stuff up.
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croge62

Mar 27, 2009, 12:48 PM
Oh and yea by the way att verizon and sprints 3g networks all started out small to so get you facts right.
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