I got the unsubsidized N1 + Tmobile no contract, unlimited data, text, talk..

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    I got the unsubsidized N1 + Tmobile no contract, unlimited data, text, talk..

    $79.99 a month.

    i just know id go over 500 minutes every month.. so I couldnt go with the contract option..

    T Mobile said I could port my metropcs number and choose whatever plan I wanted. I was worried that they'd have a N1 only plan limiting you to 500 minutes for 79.99..


    What combo did you get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    $79.99 a month.

    i just know id go over 500 minutes every month.. so I couldnt go with the contract option..

    T Mobile said I could port my metropcs number and choose whatever plan I wanted. I was worried that they'd have a N1 only plan limiting you to 500 minutes for 79.99..


    What combo did you get?
    I ordered the unlocked phone for now, I will probably enable a low voice minute plan and high data plan once it gets here.

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    That's good news Jay. It's nice to see a happy customer oh wait, how's T-Mobile's service???

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    I have the 500 Data + web.

    I'm already close to going over my minutes. Night times starting at 9 isn't helping me. But I have google voice set up and ready, so I will be using VoIP almost completely during the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwmandroid View Post
    That's good news Jay. It's nice to see a happy customer oh wait, how's T-Mobile's service???
    Well in miami their 3G is flawless from what I can tell..

    from these speed tests.. its pretty clear tmobile is fast

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgCYt_FoG2I[/ame]

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    T-Mobile is good if you are in areas with lots of coverage. Its actually really good over here. But just a bit spotty. But since T-mobile upgraded their data, it will be even faster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonMonster View Post
    I have the 500 Data + web.

    I'm already close to going over my minutes. Night times starting at 9 isn't helping me. But I have google voice set up and ready, so I will be using VoIP almost completely during the day.
    sorry, google voice doesn't do voip

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by vzwmandroid View Post
    That's good news Jay. It's nice to see a happy customer oh wait, how's T-Mobile's service???
    Well in miami their 3G is flawless from what I can tell..

    from these speed tests.. its pretty clear tmobile is fast

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgCYt_FoG2I[/ame]
    It's all about location. VZW 3G by my house is only 300-400k but other places I get ~2000k on the downstream and ~800k on the upstream. You may be in an area where there isn't enough bandwidth to give you high numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsbsteven View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by vzwmandroid View Post
    That's good news Jay. It's nice to see a happy customer oh wait, how's T-Mobile's service???
    Well in miami their 3G is flawless from what I can tell..

    from these speed tests.. its pretty clear tmobile is fast

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgCYt_FoG2I[/ame]
    It's all about location. VZW 3G by my house is only 300-400k but other places I get ~2000k on the downstream and ~800k on the upstream. You may be in an area where there isn't enough bandwidth to give you high numbers.
    i was trying to make the point you made..

    too many variables..

    device, service, location... I think all contribute..

    tmobile seems to work as good as verizon/ATT/sprint .. in cities where it has 3G..

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    I don't doubt it. I would just like to see these fancy 7.2mbps networks put out more than the standard 300-400k+ you see on most carriers. A 5mbps speed test would impress me using a 7.2mbps capable network.

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