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Completely off topic and unrelated to anything in particular.
T-mobile paying ETF's if you move to them.
I usually don't post stuff like this, but I'm always looking to save money.
I'm on Sprint and they offer Unlimited Data.... more like Unlimited Buffering.
I have one year left with Sprint and my iPhone is on the verge of needing a battery replacement.
So, just saw that T-mobile is offering to pay ETF's and giving credit for trade-in phones.
If you're looking to get out of that contract early, this might be a good deal for you.
I seriously looked at T Mobile last year when I finally got TOTALLY fed up with verizon's bullshit. They just don't have real good service out here where I am, esp on data
My wife and I put our iphones on straight talk, which uses verizons towers here. We buy the 3 month service plan, which is $130 a month. We went from verizon at $142 a month for two phones with 2 gb of data and unlimited minutes, to this:
I buy a card this month $130, she buys a card next month $130, March, neither of us buys a card. Unlimited phone and data. I think I read somewhere they do buffer it a bit after 3 GB, but I can live with it. We basically pay $86 a month now instead of $142. Depending on if you had your phone or have to buy one, you can still come out better than one of the big carriers. you can buy six month or 12 month card too, it cuts a few dollars off the monthly average
I was on US Cellular until they sold their towers around Chicago to Sprint and gave us 60 days to find a new provider. It sucks cause they had the best service and signal in the area and the cheapest cost. We moved to Verizon cause T-Mobile and Sprint had awful service in the area. In fact the T-Mobile guy said we would be better off going for Verizon. It's all the same....except AT&T, they just suck.
This move will drop my bill down $50/mo in the end. So I can't complain.
The monthly bottom line is the most important aspect.
Plus if you work somewhere or live where cell coverage is bad, tmobile will use your wifi signal to make calls.
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