(Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
Well, T-Mo has half the subs, or even less of Verizon or AT&T, so they should attract new customers with cheap and unlimited data plans, and then when there are network issues, just remove the plan....worked for AT&T.
(Posts: 3556; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
I would like them to concentrate on opening a few more markets. I live in central IL, in a spot within a few hundred miles of St Louis, Indianapolis, and Chicago, with the U of ILL within a stones throw. T-Mobile ain't in our city or any of them close by. One less choice. Bums me out.
(Posts: 76; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)
YES!!! this 5GB really kills me lol i remember i hit it after a 2 or 3 weeks before my bill cycle ended
jeez dude what forbidden websites u be going on? lol jk do you not have wifi at your place or anywhere you go to?
(Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Mar 2011)
This is one more reason I am watching TMobile closely. Verizon's rates are excessive and so are their caps. 7GB would make things interesting (2GB for phone + 5GB for laptop), and 8 to 10GB would be very convincing. I estimate per month I would need between 1.5GB to 3GB for the phone, and between 3GB and 7GB for my laptop.
Not being able to get coverage inside buildings, particularly the ones where I spend the most time would ruin it though. Still if they offer a $75 plan with 1000 + minutes that includes 10GB of data on HSPA+ I'll give TMobile a test drive. At that point I would want to join TMobile just to support good business practices. They already have offers of 1500 and even Unlimited Voice for $80 with 5GB. So the same plans with 7 to 10GB to use as you see fit, ie. phone or connected wi-fi device, I would sign up on principle just to support a B.S. Free Plan.
RE: captainobvious - 5GB is not all its cracked up to be. A ten minute news clip on CNN is about 30MB on a laptop. Normal Internet activity, online research, email, modest file transfers (attachments, occasional updates), and occasional video clips for an hour or two comes out to 100MB to 200MB. At a rate of 1.5 hours per day, using 150MB, for 30 days that comes out to 4.5 GB. If you start going over two hours a day too often you are going to blow right through that 5GB.