T-Mobile presents its holiday lineup: LG Nexus 4, Lumia 810, HTC 8X launching on November 14
1. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
so excited to play with all the floor demos when we get the rest of these phones! im still having fun with the Note 2
2. metalpoet (unregistered)
f*** u! lol just kidding man im just mad because i sell AT&t, Sprint, and Verizon and still have yet to receive anything on the Note 2 :(
26. metalpoet (unregistered)
HAHA Thank you!
3. XPERIA-KNIGHT (unregistered)
just checked the google play store and boy does the Nexus 4 look like temptation at its best! lol
cant wait for it.........Good job Google
5. mydi.maus (unregistered)
crap crap crap and crap...
19. OptimusOne (Posts: 694; Member since: 22 May 2012)
i suppose your talking about the iphone?
6. richardyarrell2011 (banned) (Posts: 510; Member since: 16 Mar 2011)
Guess this shows everyone how Google feels about Tmobile to a point where Verizon and Sprint are missing entirely. People can take it's bloated battery draining LTE network and stick it where the sun don't shine. Tmobile rules without question...
17. cheeseycheeser (Posts: 413; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
Exactly! LTE is great...for the hour your phone will stay on. HSPA+ is almost as fast, and much more practical
8. PapaSmurf (Posts: 10222; Member since: 14 May 2012)
LG Nexus 4 or Galaxy Note 2? Decisions decisions lol.
9. PapaSmurf (Posts: 10222; Member since: 14 May 2012)
Saw the price for the LG Nexus 4, definitely picking the Nexus.
Galaxy SIII, you will be missed. :'(
14. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
you want a tablet or a phone? either one has bragging rights
10. dok2005 (Posts: 55; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
to be honest tmobile line up is getting more expensive by the day at this rate they should become completely prepaid. come on now $200 on contract for a nexus 4 when its $350 off contract if i buy it from google. anybody who knows mobile phone pricing knows that when its $200 on contract the MSRP price is a plus $350 on top of contract. which makes it ideal for you to get it because you dont have to pay $550 for the phone. In this case they making you pay almost full price and you still tied down to them. let alone lately they been hicking up prices for their phones as is like galaxy s 3 and note 2.
11. dok2005 (Posts: 55; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
also to add on to my rant. this whole value plan versus classic plans is B.S. I understand they trying to get people to switch over their plan. Yet some people dont need a switch of plan because it works for them. Yet, you decide to make them pay full price for their phone and still be under contract. Thats completely crap. One of the main point of contract customers for the company to make money to pay off the discounted phones that it sells. Yet if you not getting the phone for a discount price why is your phone bill still so high. lower some bills tmobile lower some bills.
13. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
Learn how to do math man...the value plan rocks at T-mobile let alone against all carriers. Unless you're referring to some crappy company like boost mobile or simple phone, T-mobile has the best prices even if it may still seem high in general. Go to verizon and then youll appreciate T-mobile. just because T-mobile doesn't give you the best phone at 99 dollars up front, doesnt mean they are a horrible company...use your brain
16. dok2005 (Posts: 55; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
im not talking about verizon, att, sprint, etc... im just talking about t-mobile. so lets do the math. nexus 4 16GB on contract $200 off contract off contract $350. if you read anyone my statements earlier and do the math yourself no matter what company we talking about then you knows thats way off. They been doing this alot more often with newer phones charging more than usual for it.
since we talking about doing the math. which i was earlier. again i say i understand tmobile wanting to get people to change over their plan to the value plan. yet one of the main reasons you on contract is to pay off those phones tmobile buy. if you dont know. msrp price is usually the price the cell phone company pay for them. which reflects in your contract prices no matter what phone you got. so those people who gets a tmobile phone on the classic plan has to pay full price for phone. i dont know if you notice theres a fine print on each phone for the classic plan where you have to pay so much extra each month. when you do the math you payed full price for the phone.
my point on that note if you paying full price for the phone then your bill shouldnt be so high. old plans were their for a reason because thats how much it cost to run their business and provide you service. if i choose classic now you charging me the cost of running your business, provide me service, and then im just giving more money for a phone thats suppose to belong to me after my contract up without directly paying full price for but now i am. using my brain it simple if i had tmobile i should move to value plan but in the same case they shouldnt make me pay a higher bill because i want to keep my old plan either.
18. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
your case is a bit confusing...
but in the case of classic plan vs value plan...
value plan is the clear winner, you see the savings in the long two year run...
take any phone you want on tmobile
classic plan phone price + the full two years of the contract
value plan phone price + the full two years
and value plan always turns out to be the winner. the value plan didnt always exist, so i dont see why you are complaining about a better, cheaper overall plan in the long run. Even better, you can upgrade your phone more frequently, you dont have to wait the usual 20 months like on the classic plan and other typical carriers....
22. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
The only weird case I agree with you is the Nexus 4 phone...apparently we will be charging more than what google is selling it for unlocked...but apparently the T-mobile one will support wifi-calling as well as hspa42 instead of hspa21...not that it justifies the price difference...
other than this case...t-mobile and the value plan rocks, win win for the company and the consumer
15. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
It's awesome that T-Mobile is getting the NEXUS DEVICE. And i WANT AT&T TO CARRY THIS BAD A$$ PHONE. I'm jealous now
21. PapaSmurf (Posts: 10222; Member since: 14 May 2012)
Switch to T-Mobile. If you're not using LTE, you won't really are a difference in speed.
LTE Advanced and HSPA+ 42 as back haul makes it irresistible. :)
20. lubba (Posts: 1313; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
Ativ S has hspa+. Why isn't it coming to tmo!!! Fuuuuuuuuck!!!!!!
23. PersianHobo (Posts: 58; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
that phone looks smexy, especially with a bigger battery than the s3 even had in that same casing
27. nubwaxer (Posts: 4; Member since: 31 Oct 2012)
contracts, value plans--nonsense. $30 unlimited data, 100 minutes talk, prepaid. what sucks is the extra 50% to tether/wifi hotspot. pay $299 from google play and you haven't gamed the system but you have the mightest phone around unlocked and you are contract free.
people snivel about no sd slot and more so about no LTE. hey, look into it yourself and you'll realize LTE is hype and HSPA+42 is more than adequate. and if you are in california you have good coverage almost everywhere.
this is not a paid endorsement but i wish it were.