Rise in overage charges gives T-Mobile customers a chance to leave without paying ETF
0. phoneArena 01 Sep 2009, 13:59 posted on
With the carrier making a materially adverse change of contract, now is your opportunity to head for the carrier with that hot phone you've...
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1. Fanboys Suck (Posts: 609; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
I love the picture of this pink wacky waving inflatable arm-flailing tube man!
4. *HOVA* (Posts: 564; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
Telekom. T-mobile is part of Deutsche Telekom.
3. Gsmalltheway (Posts: 139; Member since: 15 Aug 2009)
Someone please find out if this is true. I would so leave tmobile for att. Write back if you tried
5. Quemical (Posts: 162; Member since: 14 Jul 2009)
Phonearena is right for once, that is of course if the rate hike is true. Go for it!
7. VSS_55 (Posts: 43; Member since: 05 Jul 2009)
"INTERGALACTIC PROTON-POWERED ELECTROTENTACLE ADVERTISING DROIDS! INTERGALACTIC PROTON-POWERED ELECTROTENTACLE ADVERTISING DROIDS! INTERGALACTIC PROTON-POWERED ELECTROTENTACLE ADVERTISING DROIDS! Due to a garbled sub-space transmission..." Im sorry, i couldnt resist. Its that picture...
8. Vlondril (Posts: 91; Member since: 22 Aug 2009)
YOUR SUBSPACE TRANSMISSION DID NOT PROCESS.....PLEASE RETRANSMIT......lol...priceless :)
9. Gsmalltheway (Posts: 139; Member since: 15 Aug 2009)
just on the phone and had to try 4 different times. I got no where because I have not had any overages in the past 6 months. If you have one minute of overage in the past 6 months then you can with no etf.