The Truth About T-Mobile? That's why I went with T-Mobile, because it's cheaper than AT&T!
Can you get 100 voice minutes, unlimited texting, and 5GB 4G data with AT&T for $30? I don't think so! Yes, I'm using prepaid!
2x dropped calls I don't think that's possible as compared to AT&T, that would imply complete inability to dial at all
·Earthlink Cable ..
AT&T Needs to get some facts checked... I have T-Mobile and my calls don't "drop."
My friends on AT&T (who are now on Verizon) complained about dropped calls.
Infact when I did have AT&T, my calls dropped irrespective of having great reception.
Talk about being ridiculous.
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KrKHeavy Artillery For The Little GuyPremium
Never had a call drop, and the quality is good. ... however I don't talk on it that much, mostly text and data.
Also on the $30 pre-paid plan.
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No such thing as bad publicity
said by T-Mobile :Proving once again that for corporations, the only bad publicity is no publicity.
Glad theyre spending their money to print our name.
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What truth? How did AT&T get these figures? Twice as much sounds like a gross over exaggeration. I don't know why people would believe these kind of ads.
Why are the not going with the obvious? T-Mobile's network is fine... in the few places it actually has service. That's what AT&T should be going after... super limited coverage. AT&T has many times the Faux G coverage, and they should advertise that.
reply to GraysonPeddi
Re: The Truth About T-Mobile? How did you get that plan all I see is 70 a month or 1,2,3 dollars per day prepaid. and the 1,2 dollars a day don't have data
thry forgot to add we have more 2G only coverage than you do.
reply to bn1221
Re: The Truth About T-Mobile? It's on this page here: »prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/monthly-4g-plans
Heh heh. You beat me to it.
While it may true ... that T-Mobile's signals don't penetrate well at certain locations compared to the coverage I was used to with Sprint, this is AT&T's typical hyperbole.
I always get excellent speed and call quality with T-Mobile. I don't recall dropped or failed calls, though there's a very occasional failed text message... and yes.. I'm on prepaid... And very happy with them.
Dropped Calls I agree there, but they only happen in 1 spot in my house. As far as data speeds HSPA+ on both(not LTE) T-Mobiles is quick, I'd say even faster than AT&T. And unlike AT&T, T-Mobile still offers Unlimited data, and not these stupid shared/limited data plans.
·Time Warner Cable
reply to Dodge
Re: 2x dropped calls There are lies, damned lies, and statistics....
My wife has had ST (TMO) (prepaid no less) for 4 months and she hasn't dropped a single call, and data speeds are from 4-9 Mbps, and $46 all in. Her corporate discount would make the same plan $80 on T with a contract. Most people I know are on the TMO $30 plan, and they love it.
When I had AT&T, I had to stand out in my backyard to even make a call. Now I would like to find a person in Boston or New York Metro that can talk more than ten minutes without a drop on AT&T.
Even today I can tell which phone my reps are calling on. If it drops it's AT&T. Dropping on Verizon or TMO almost never happens. Sprint, it you can get a signal they are good w/ voice. Data is a nightmare. Nobody in corporate has Sprint anyways in my co, it's mostly VZW or T in the NEA and the ones on T want Verizon.
I'm more interested in why AT&T has cut ties w/ StraightTalk and now you can only get a TMO SIM. I hear they are ratcheting up their own MVNO ala Virgin/Boost, which means it will be more than $45..Knowing the orange monster probably $60-$65.
When I had att for cell phone.. The calls dropped, and all that great stuff....Basically att calling the kettle black.
reply to GraysonPeddi
Re: The Truth About T-Mobile? With T-Mobile, for $10/yr. I get all the voice, texting, and data that I want (hundreds & hundreds of minutes, none*, and none*) ...and that's the truth.
(*available, just don't want any)
reply to cchhat01
Re: AT&T Needs to get some facts checked... We* don't care about the truth. Truth is not good marketing strategy.
*Not affiliate with at&t in anyway, shape or form.
reply to CCNnorthcali
Re: The Truth About T-Mobile? TOO PINK!!!
reply to nonamesleft
Re: When I had att for cell phone.. basically at&t lying.
Sue them for false advertising Tmobile! 10char