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T-Mobile Looks To Shake Up Industry
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4/8/2013 | 10:46:08 AM
re: T-Mobile Looks To Shake Up Industry
I said this months ago and I will continue to say it, T-Mobile is a mobile company that will soon join the ranks of the viable mobile carriers for any industry in any area. I made the switch awhile back, the service is good an can always be improved. When compare dot comparable carriers and plans on the market today, T-Mobile offer a very alternative option for mobile carriers at a fraction of what I paid with other carriers. With the release of the iPhone in April they are sure to step up to the plate and hit nothing but home runs.

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J. Nicholas Hoover
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3/27/2013 | 2:55:02 PM
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While the price points are significantly better than other providers, and while I like the no-contract philosophy, I was still recently driven away from T-Mobile by poor service quality, even in downtown Baltimore where I reside.


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