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t-mobile covers some of bostons popular stations
As of last winter a friend of mine with T-Mobile had no service at Sunday River. GMS seems pretty limited to 95 in maine, looking at the maps.
I am going to have to disagree with you about Cingular being strong north of boston. I tried it for a week and found myself in "extended area"...
GSM can be very spotty if you travel to NH or VT, that is the reason I am still on TDMA
I believe 800 and 850 are the same refuring the cellular band
$40 plan unlimited roaming for $5. I'll switch I am on the $40 plan with ATT and pay more than $5 in roaming
if sprint had a $40 I would have gone with them instead of ATT the extra $5 a month for the same amount of minutes just didn't make sense to me
Agreed, I am learning my lesson now
not surprised at all
In Boston the only carrier with service on the subway is TMobile, a few months ago they had ad's against verizon saying can you hear me now only...
Thanks for the info
Has anyone seen this plan on the website. It includes all of the northeast. $45, for 1000 anytime minutes. Unlimited night and weekends and long...
I had the LG-510, on Verizon and would charge it every night and sure enough it would go dead before I went to bed the next night. I was kind of...
You would think that but T-Mobile has been in Boston subways for two years now. No other has followed
You would think but it only happens when I call a sprint phone. Might just be his phone though, I don't have many Sprint friends. Another problem...
It would get TMO some 800 licences, expanded coverage and more customers, would not be a bad investment. I agree it would be highly unlikely though.
yeah somethings going to happen soon
Do any SE phones have good RF? I read nothing but compaints about them, why do carriers still sell them if they are bad RF proformers?