lol go simple mobile. unlimited talk/text/3g data for $40
We would like to become TMO customers but we won't be able to fulfill a 2 year contact. Are there any remaining sales channels that offer a one year contract? If not, is it possible to go month to month on a postpaid rate plan? I expect to pay the full unsubsidized price for my cell phones. The $50 & $60 prepaid plans don't offer enough data for us.
T-Mobile. Connecting you when you need it most... disconnecting you when you need to connect with God's beautiful creation! Service is great in cities and highways, but in rural areas they leave you with just your surroundings. I encourage you to get T-Mobile, disconnect for a while!
I am glad that God is not like cell phone coverage. He does not hide behind mountains or loose us down long windy roads. The Lord levels mountains, and He makes our paths straight!
I would not recommend Simple Mobile for several reasons. They had 'OMG' ( a disrespectful use of GOD's name ) on their home page for a long time. Their 3g data is extremely slow and their customer service is poor. With Carlos Slim's recent acquisition of Simple Mobile I don't expect customer service to improve.
T-Mobile doesn't offer one year contracts anymore. Their Value plan with no phone subsidy still requires a 2 year contract because the plan itself is subsidized. My suggestion is to sign the 2 year contract and get a phone with the biggest discount - so if you were going to buy a Galaxy S II for $600 full price, and you can get it for $200 with a contract, that will negate the $200 early termination fee when you leave after a year. Basically as long as you save $200 per line for signing a contract, that will offset the $200 fee to leave.
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Business account should still have the option of one year contract. Opened a new line on my company's account with one year contract September last year. Subsidized phone cost was roughly $50 higher.
Thank you for your input. I checked on simple mobile on the forum. There are a number of complaints about poor service and slow 3g data. They don't currently have any offensive referencse to God on their website that I could find. I looked up their website at the internet archive. There it was in the cache from 2011. Sure won't be using simple mobile.
Elevencid which department at T mobile provided you the 1 year contract? I have called several stores in my area as well business tele sales but have got no where. Do business account executives have the authority to sign a 1 year agreement?
I appreciate every ones assistance.
Simple mobile has horrendous cust service hold times.
Nearly an hour to speak to a rep. Even for the simple things.
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I'm pretty tolerant of longer hold times but an hour is way too long. In that case I would prob put the phone down walk away and check it every so often.
Which department provided me the one year contract? I went into a T-Mobile corporate store.
The T-Mobile employee activated the new line over the phone. When all was done, I received a T-Mobile form written with the details of the new line, and paid for the phone.
My company's T-Mobile plan has 15,000 shared-minutes (Enterprise 15). Maybe only the Enterprise plans, versus the small business plans, offer a one year contract/renewal.
Religious fanatics exist in every religion (often called "cults" by many). I don't care as long as their beliefs don't threaten my quality of life.
I was annoyed when, for years, Alaska Airlines inundated you w. New Testament Bible quotes on their napkins, magazines, etc. I still used them. They finally gave in and gave that up during the past year or so.
The fact that Simple Mobile has discarded what you think was bad language should encourage you to patronize them for "seeing your light".
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T-Mobile lines on unlimited "family" plan - me, wife. Cost is about $80 a line incl. 5GB/mo. data on each line. We have had no landline in 7 years