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Is t-mobile any good? I am asking this because I like a phone that only t-mobile carries but don't know if the carrier is a good one. So if anyone can help that would be nice

asked Feb 20 '13 at 21:23

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edited Feb 21 '13 at 21:06

Coming from a person that's been using T-Mobile for 10 years, I highly recommend it. It's the best GSM carrier, in my own opinion. They're fair with pricing and their customer service really does help you. I have the $90 plan, upgraded from the $50 plan. The $90 is unlimited talk, text and web (no throttling). The $50 (prepaid) was unlimited talk, text and web (up to 100MB of 4G). They're worth it.

answered Feb 20 '13 at 23:26

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Yes! I'm using a factory unlocked iPhone 4S on their network. The coverage is actually pretty good and the value is amazing. I pay only $30 a month for 100 minutes, unlimited texting and unlimited data (throttled at 5 GB). I really like T-Mobile. However, be aware that if you go into a building with your phone, your signal does go down by a noticeable amount unless your coverage is really really good. If you plan on signing a two year contract, you have 30 days to get out without paying an Early Termination Fee so I would give them a try and see if you like them. :)

answered Feb 20 '13 at 21:46

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edited Feb 20 '13 at 21:47

Currently use t-mobile and the service is pretty reliable (at least here in NY) and is currently much cheaper than at&t and verizon and sprint

(depending on your overall usage (including the free nights and weekends, the only other service that offers more for less money (to a point) is ting (but that service uses part of the sprint network and requires you to buy a phone from them)

answered Feb 21 '13 at 00:37

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I'm on prepaid, so I don't get the luxuries postpaid customers get like free nights and weekends. Every single call I make except for 911, 611 (T-Mobile customer service) and *233 (add money) counts against my minutes.

(Feb 21 '13 at 01:27) jjb0894 jjb0894's gravatar image

And 800, 866, 877 numbers too. Those are free.

(Feb 21 '13 at 18:39) DJ Scooby Doo DJ%20Scooby%20Doo's gravatar image

Free phone number like 0800, 0500 in the UK is not free from mobiles.

(Feb 21 '13 at 19:24) hyderpotter hyderpotter's gravatar image

Well I am from the UK and $90 sound a lot as that is about £59.28.

Unlimited talk, texts and data

There is a plan for £46.00 about $69.88 then pay for a phone and for £61.00 about $92.66.

£41.00 about $26.99 for a free phone

All on 24 months

answered Feb 21 '13 at 02:15

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I have been with T-mobile for several years and have excellent coverage, previously with Sprint and had to go outside to talk, but that was then. The T-mobile price is fair and they have good customer service.

answered Feb 21 '13 at 23:57

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Yes it is a trust worthy network and the service is good.See to that the signal reception is good in your area.

answered Feb 22 '13 at 01:20

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