Nexus One on T-Mobile

This is a discussion on Nexus One on T-Mobile within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by dudewithaplan That's the way I understand it flyingscool. What gets me is how att can just flat out lie about reception to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudewithaplan View Post
    That's the way I understand it flyingscool.

    What gets me is how att can just flat out lie about reception to T-Mobile customers. They claim that T-Mobile customers will have better service, when common sense tells us that combining an overcrowded network (att) with a nearly maxed out network (tmo) will make for one bigger overcrowded network.
    I believe they are accounting for the fact that probably 50% or more T-Mobile customers will go to other vendors.

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    is anyone having an outage on tmobile? i have a nexus, in nyc, can send texts, but not emails. just shows up as sending in my outbox

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    related to this email issue i was having, can you not send or receive email if your phone is low on storage? i had to uninstall some apps and then i got a flood of emails.

    that's one major negative about the nexus. too little internal memory. i know i can root, but i dont use my phone enough to go through it and root and really dont want to spend the time. cant wait to upgrade, hope the new nexus is nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by deel View Post
    is anyone having an outage on tmobile? i have a nexus, in nyc, can send texts, but not emails. just shows up as sending in my outbox
    You may have corrupt data. Try deleting the data from tour Gmail app - you won't lose anything, because it will just resync with the cloud...

    Menu> Settings> Applications> Manage Applications> select the All tab, find Gmail, delete data...

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    thanks danger, i tried a similar thing. i uninstalled updates, then opened gmail and it was completely blank but had a message saying that it is syncing. after that it started working again. then i reinstalled the app from the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingsCool View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dudewithaplan View Post
    That's the way I understand it flyingscool.

    What gets me is how att can just flat out lie about reception to T-Mobile customers. They claim that T-Mobile customers will have better service, when common sense tells us that combining an overcrowded network (att) with a nearly maxed out network (tmo) will make for one bigger overcrowded network.
    I believe they are accounting for the fact that probably 50% or more T-Mobile customers will go to other vendors.
    Well then they should be happy. I sure wont be staying with them. With every passing day T-Mobile is becoming less and less customer friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudewithaplan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingsCool View Post
    I believe they are accounting for the fact that probably 50% or more T-Mobile customers will go to other vendors.
    Well then they should be happy. I sure wont be staying with them. With every passing day T-Mobile is becoming less and less customer friendly.
    Well, I imagine worker morale isn't getting any higher as they don't know if they are going to have jobs or not. Limbo is not a good place to be, especially when the result at the end of the limbo isn't so good.

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