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Best phones?

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by vicken, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. vicken

    vicken Junior Member
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    Which phones normally get the best reception and stronger signal with T-Mobile?
     
  2. Yugopro

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    Customer service will tell you Nokia.

    That said, some phone series will work better than others.

    I favor Samsung, now carrying a 309 which is slightly better than a 315. I have both.

    Had a 335, now that was a bad phone. Could not pick up any signal, weak little sucker. Tried three before I traded for the 315.

    Used to be Motorola had weak reception, don't know about thr Razor and pebl. Had a friend with a V188, my Samsung worked where the 188 didn't.

    I am sure others here will disagree with everything I just said.
     
  3. EdwardP

    EdwardP Bronze Senior Member
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    This customer will also tell you Nokia. :D

    Started with a 3595, then 6010, then 6800. All of these phones have displayed full signal strength (7 bars out of 7) literally everywhere I have had service, including roaming in Canada.
     
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  4. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    Samsung e315 is a good phone with T-Mobile.

    I prefer the v600 over all other T-Mobile phones I've tried, though. Good reception and it's a Motorola. It's not available anymore and I haven't tried the v360.

    The V3 RAZR is okay but not as good as the v600. Haven't compared it to my e315.
     
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  5. Matt

    Matt Twin girls!
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    I think my RAZR is better than my e315. I've had 3 Nokias and they were all good (none recently though).
     
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  6. Yugopro

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    If you have the cash, you can buy any unlocked phone you want on ebay.

    Just a suggestion.
     

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