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Thread: T-mob charges $10/mo if you want to switch carriers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by james4209 View Post
    I tried the "wait and see if they fix their crap service in my area" approach. Well 3 years later I had to switch to another carrier to maintain my sanity.
    In situations like that it's best to switch out and then maybe come back when things in the area have changed

    Sounds like the right move

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    Quote Originally Posted by james4209 View Post
    I tried the "wait and see if they fix their crap service in my area" approach. Well 3 years later I had to switch to another carrier to maintain my sanity.
    Today, I wouldn't wait for a carrier to eventually give me the coverage I needed. (Not as long as the service wasn't free.) It's either adequate for my needs in the during the buyer's remorse period or I'd be gone. T-Mobile has been generally "adequate" for my needs but I still keep a backup phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    Today, I wouldn't wait for a carrier to eventually give me the coverage I needed. (Not as long as the service wasn't free.) It's either adequate for my needs in the during the buyer's remorse period or I'd be gone. T-Mobile has been generally "adequate" for my needs but I still keep a backup phone.
    Eventually you should be able to get rid of the backup phone (hopefully).

    The older I get the less I want a backup phone or at least that's what it feels like lately

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    I live in Oregon I had AT&T and got so fed up with slow data speeds and my Apple Music subscription cutting out that I switched to t mobile. Well I traded off bad data speed for NO SERVICE in most of the areas I go ! I had high hopes for t mobile as it seems in town their data is really good. You just can’t stray far from the Interstate and you get NO SERVICE from t mobile. Maybe I’ll revisit them after 600 MHz comes out and there is an iPhone model capable of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildinsalem View Post
    Maybe I’ll revisit them after 600 MHz comes out and there is an iPhone model capable of it.
    Good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themanhimself View Post
    Eventually you should be able to get rid of the backup phone (hopefully).

    The older I get the less I want a backup phone or at least that's what it feels like lately
    I've never understood the need to carry a "backup" phone.


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