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Possibly getting new T Mobile service???

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by rockey95, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. rockey95

    rockey95 New Member

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    I am thinking about getting TMobile service here in Hattiesburg, Ms(39402) and wanted to get everyones opinion. I have heard some stories about terrible reception in some areas and other have not been so bad. What do you all think. I travel mostly to Laurel(39443) and to the Gulf Coast(Gulfport, Biloxi, Pass Christian). I know i can look at Tmobile web page and see the coverage but wanted someone with some personal experience.
    Thanks
    Rockey
     
  2. Cailiff04

    Cailiff04 Senior Member
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    Works fine up here in Ohio. I do get spotty dead spots. Seeing that both Hattiesburg and Laurel are bot along I-59 and up and down US 49. As long as you stay on these roads you should be fine!! I used my T-mobile device on my way to Baton Rouge last month and had excellent coverage!! Hope this helps!!
     
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  3. rockey95

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    Thanks for the reply. This is exactly what i'm looking for.
    Thanks again
    Rockey
     
  4. Eric47

    Eric47 Bronze Senior Member
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    use their map tool or ask people in your area.

    i know from personal experience that with my dad, his t-mobile wont work in West FL but works fine around Mobile. im not sure about MS/LA regions but there again, that map tool should help you. as long as your aware of where the phone wont work going into it, i think you should be ok. unless the areas that you need service are dead areas, you should be fine. their customer service is very good. hope this helped.
     
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