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post #1 of 19 Old 05-19-2008, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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whos happy w t-mobile and where?

I'm looking to drop kick the shit outta at&t. network with the fewest dropped calls my ass, maybe if i can ever get signal! i'm noticing more and moore people are picking up t-mobile in my area so there is an option. i travel around the country from time to time, hell, around the world too (but thats another phone plan i carry). for you t-mobile peeps, how do you feel about your coverage and wheres your location?

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Overall T-mo has been good to us. They have had their drama too, but mostly it has been a good experience with them. We've had T-mo since they were called Voicestream (still have those old ass phones too somewhere ) Worst thing at first was coverage but that is getting better too. Your mileage may vary of course where you live.

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I've used it for years in PA and honestly it's been really good everywhere...Used it up and down the east coast a few times and never a problem. Only place I don't get service is at my house (rural area top of a freakin mountain)

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Overall T-mo has been good to us. They have had their drama too, but mostly it has been a good experience with them. We've had T-mo since they were called Voicestream (still have those old ass phones too somewhere ) Worst thing at first was coverage but that is getting better too. Your mileage may vary of course where you live.
haha "voicestream", ah i remember i purchased one of their phones...the next day i got my money back. their service sucked.

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I have had it since 2003 and have been a satisfied customer ever since. Service is available in all major metro areas but can be spotty in some few areas, but it keeps improving every time. As a former Verizon, AT&T and Sprint customer, I had my share of problems with those carriers and enough was enough. AT&T may be the first carrier to get all the cool phones but I can always get better phones from Europe and they will work just fine with my T-mobile service as long as the phone is unlocked.

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I started with them in 1990, used to be Cellular One, then Voice stream now T-Mobile. I have been happy with them the whole time.

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+1 I have had them for awhile from Cali to GA and now Hawaii good all the way around.
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I have had it since 2003 and have been a satisfied customer ever since. Service is available in all major metro areas but can be spotty in some few areas, but it keeps improving every time. As a former Verizon, AT&T and Sprint customer, I had my share of problems with those carriers and enough was enough. AT&T may be the first carrier to get all the cool phones but I can always get better phones from Europe and they will work just fine with my T-mobile service as long as the phone is unlocked.
good deal. where do you live?

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I used to be an independant contractor for T-Mobile. They gave me a phone to use. At the same time I kept my own phone which was/is an A T & T phone. In the metropositan areas both worked fine and I didn't have any more or any less problems with either. In the rural areas off the beaten path, so to speak, much of the time I had to rely on my A T & T phone. If you were near major highways, both worked about the same. Both had occasional dead spots but usually in different places. I think T-Mobile is installing new sites and upgraded equipemnt at a faster rate than A T & T and that is a good thing. BTW I am talking about the bottom 1/4 of Texas service area. Your service may vary. Different markets are...... uh, different. And for what its worth, T-Mobile issued A T & T phones to their field techs as a back-up phone in the event of a site or system failure.

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good deal. where do you live?
Are you really asking Dallaskawa where he lives?

I've had Tmo for 2 years now. The only problem I ever had was service at a friend's house, it never worked. Then I upgraded to Blackberry and I haven't had that problem since. My wife sometimes complains of dropped calls on her Sidekick but I think the phone is the real culprit there and not the service.
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