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T-Mobile getting their act together?

Discussion in 'Central US Wireless Forum' started by Murdoc, Dec 2, 2002.

  1. Murdoc

    Murdoc Junior Member
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    Lately, T-Mobile has been acting right. I'm shocked... I wanted to cancel back in February, but It's ok now... I have two more months on my contract. Will I survive? Who knows... Does anyone know if they will be getting an unlimited plan? And I think I might move on to AT&T. Are they better than T-Mobile?
     
  2. eagle63

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    What do you mean by "unlimited plan?" For $40 a month you can get 600 anytime minutes plus free (unlimited) weekends and, I think, free evenings as well. I don't think you'll find a better package of minutes than that, certainly not from AT&T. I'm personally not a fan of AT&T at all, but go with whatever works best for you.
     
  3. Matt

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    Unlimited nights are also available on the GM Plus 800 minute plan (59.99) and the GM Max 1400 minutes (99.99)

    I think the poster is referring to AT&T 99.99 GSM unlimited charter plan. T-Mobile offers 5000 minutes for 99.99, which seems to be the nearly the same to me!
     
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  4. cdeman

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    If you want GSM coverage you should stick with t mobile. The at&t coverage is pretty small. The only good thing at&t has is that they have like a plan that while youre in the city you are on the gsm towers, and when you get into the boonies you are on their other towers, but its pretty expensive and I dont think you get too many minutes.
     
  5. aiwapro

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    Yeah, AT&T's GSM coverage is pretty small. It's not linked together at all, so you can forget about highway coverage.
     

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