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Best Phone for reception with T-Mobile

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by C44335, Oct 14, 2002.

  1. C44335

    C44335 New Member

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    My Phone:
    Motorola E815
    Wireless Provider(s):
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    I'm currently on the 14 day Verizon trial period, The reception is perfect but I'd rether stay with T-Mobile.

    What phone gets the best reception with T-Mobile ??

    Currentlt I have the Nokia 3390 which as I understand isn't one of the best phones for reception, Quality wise I can't complain, I've dropped this phone so many times in the last year I'm suprised it still works.
     
  2. Guest

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    i have a t68i with t-mobile and quite happy in nyc.

    I also have for work verizon, also good

    I also had att, also pretty good but not as good as the fisrt two

    Sprint I had some time ago 14 months and was not happy (had them for 2 years across multiple phones)
    long story
     
  3. ZaphodB

    ZaphodB Signal Go Down De Hole...
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    Location:
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    My Phone:
    LG VX5600
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon(US) Orange(FR)
    I have the Moto P280 and I am very happy with it. My boss' old 6190 and new V60 also gets very good coverage. The T68 seems to have some RF issues. The Samsung R225M is stronger than the Moto T193M but is still not good.
     
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    Well I just switched about 2 months ago from Verizon to TMobile. Picked up the V60G, I just love this phone. The clarity is fantastic. I get signal everywhere here in North NJ. Did have a lil prob sin south NJ But that was a tower issue. If you want stay with tmobile the V60G is a good match.
     
  5. C44335

    C44335 New Member

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    My Phone:
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    The part of jersey i'm in t-mobile won't work.
    Tried the Mot P280 & C332 today, No signal where I live.
    Guess i'm stuck with verizon for at least a year.
     
  6. nextelguys

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    best phone for t-moble? sum it up in one word NONE!
     
  7. C44335

    C44335 New Member

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    My Phone:
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    Hey "nextelguys" that was really uncalled for.
    If you don't have anything worth while to add, Don't.
     
  8. Scalici26

    Scalici26 Senior Member
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    if you want my opinion, i think the Nokia 3390 and the Ericsson T28w have the best reception for T-Mobile.
     
  9. gsaenz

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    I have T-mobile and I have used the Sony Ericsson t28w and now I have the Samsung SGH-R225M and it is not any better. I get one bar at home (including my neighborhood and I live in the heart of Wasington, DC). I would recommend getting any phone that is NOT part of T-Mobile. Instead stay with Verizon (I don't like thier business processes but they have good service).
     
  10. aiwapro

    aiwapro Silver Senior Member
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    The Nokias have good reception, and so do the Motorolas. I have used the Nokia 5190, Nokia 3390, Nokia 8390, and the Nokia 7210. They are in order from worst reception to best. The worst is not bad though.
     

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