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08:07 PM on 02/23/2012
Just keep the girl in pink in your commercials, T Mobile, and I'll always be a fan.
08:20 PM on 02/23/2012
with deep insightful comments like that I can see why you're hidenout, LOL!!
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08:28 PM on 02/23/2012
lol, now you're following me around...

healthy male, and you?
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liberalbug
do you want fries with that?
08:37 PM on 02/23/2012
she's a hottie!
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Amadahy
loves peanut M&Ms and Whippoorwills
08:06 PM on 02/23/2012
I actually just switched to T-Mobile, no joke. They're cheaper, and have better 4G service in my area than Verizon or AT&T.

They've even called me twice since December to see if I'm happy, something Verizon and AT&T never have done.

I used to have an iPhone and now have an HTC Amaze. Great phone!
09:11 PM on 02/23/2012
Agreed, just did the same thing. At&t had the worst service and I like the HTC Amaze much better!
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Amadahy
loves peanut M&Ms and Whippoorwills
10:24 AM on 02/24/2012
:)
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Chunkylover54
me are no nice guy
08:04 PM on 02/23/2012
Sprint is 3rd? Ive had spint for almost 12 years and love it, love the custumer service and no dead spots... Everyone who has verizon/AT&T cant get service and their bills are huge lol!

im sticking to sprint

---im not a paid spokesman--- but I am willing to accept your money if you see this Sprint! :D
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Mitch Johnesee
08:23 PM on 02/23/2012
I've got verizon... get service everywhere... not sure where you're getting that
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Chunkylover54
me are no nice guy
08:35 PM on 02/23/2012
I should have said, everyone I know... specificaly my roommate who has the verizon 3g evo i think... gets no service in our aprt
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nightwind928
08:57 PM on 02/23/2012
I had Sprint quite awhile ago. It was such a disaster and their service reps so disagreeable that I paid a $300 early out fee (2 phones) to be rid of them. I figured it was a bargain considering the business it was costing me in dropped calls and bad coverage. Now, I admit, that was a few years ago but the bad taste remains long after the food is swallowed and I'm in no hurry to get back in bed with people who treat me poorly when I do have an issue. T Mobile has been outstanding and I'm glad they're back in the game again.
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msstrick40
Oh repubs it'll get better...LOL
09:24 PM on 02/23/2012
You're correct. I remember when Sprint was lousy...and all who had it, complained. I have to say, they've made remarkable changes....and to me, should be up there close to Verizon. I just don't have Sprint and Verizon money.
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Chunkylover54
me are no nice guy
01:18 PM on 02/24/2012
I have had the exact opposite experiance
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portabello
Some of my best friends are Truffles
08:01 PM on 02/23/2012
Well yes, I guess, if you consider a company announcing they want to stay in business another year a BIG announcement, then I guess this fits the bill

Offering 4G in 2013 is exactly one year too late

Of all my friends , exactly ONE still uses T-mobile. We laugh at him a lot.
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Chase Murray
08:20 PM on 02/23/2012
I've had 4g on T-mobile since last summer
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portabello
Some of my best friends are Truffles
08:22 PM on 02/23/2012
Perhaps you should contact t-mobile and ask them about this press release.
08:33 PM on 02/23/2012
T-mobile has been offering 4-G for a while...in fact, I believe they were first on the 4-G line. I've had t-mobile for a long time now. I refuse to go anywhere else. Period.
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TexasBluBell
Compassionate Conservatism Is An Oxymoron
09:36 PM on 02/23/2012
T-Mobile actually hasnt been offering 4G...at least not honestly. What they offer is HSPA...not LTE(4G). At best, I would call TMO's LTE network "4G Lite." But most consumers dont know the right questions to ask....and they dont read the smalI preint. I know....I worked in TMO network engineering for almost 10 years. Left last year to work for Verizon. If they were offering 4G last year...this big announcement really wouldnt make since.
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Clarabell
If we only had a "free" press!
07:53 PM on 02/23/2012
I don't want T-Mobile to go, but when our daughter transferred to another provider, (we pay the bill), they charged her a higher fee for the last month. When I called and questioned it, I had to go through a ragamarol in order to get a refund for the amount that was overpaid.
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BeamMeUpScottie
None of the Above should be on every US ballot.
07:42 PM on 02/23/2012
T-Mo just plain s.ucks. I switched to V and a Driod. Had nothing to do at all with the iPhone.
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emmanuel kalu
information is knowledge, knowledge in power
07:39 PM on 02/23/2012
This a good first step for T mobile. i like to see more competition in the market. They better build that new network fast and start attracting some new customer. oh yea, get rid of you overlord that is holding you back.
we need more wireless carriers, so that the big two stop screw and ripping people off.
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sthompson13
07:39 PM on 02/23/2012
I have been with T for eight years not waiting any longer a little to late!
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Jamie Dufour
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07:29 PM on 02/23/2012
hmmmm, I thought maybe they were going to feed the girl from the commercial finally....oh well...
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Alois SaintMartin
http://abrighterhellas.blogspot.com
07:19 PM on 02/23/2012
Hello Kitty !
07:19 PM on 02/23/2012
Yeah, T-Mobile, you can thank AT&T for funding your network upgrade. Hopefully, it'll be legit unlike AT&T's which is sketchy at best.
07:14 PM on 02/23/2012
My advice to T-Mobile management and board:

1.) Continue significant investment in 4G LTE.
2.) Get iPhone with launch of iPhone 5.
3.) Pursue management buyout from Deutsche, issue new shares and restructure debt to operate independently.
4.) Launch aggressive marketing campaign with $0 incentives to win back former customers when their AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint contracts expire.
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negogato
Strengthen the Nation with Equal Education.
09:12 PM on 02/23/2012
And treat your customers better.
07:13 PM on 02/23/2012
Are they going to let that poor girl get another dress to wear?
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Timothy Ven
Actor, Videographer, Pain in the butt
07:09 PM on 02/23/2012
Part of the reason people are bailing on the contracts is they are way overpriced. Why pay a T-Mobile contract of 100 dollars plus per month for unlimited everything when for 53 dollars you can get the exact same thing on a month to month basis? The ONLY difference between the two other than the money is you are limited to 100Mb on the 4G network internet speed. When you surpass that you get throttled down to 2G. It's still unlimited internet access, just a bit slower
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WhatWhat1
Don't believe everything you think.
07:39 PM on 02/23/2012
"...just a bit slower."
Well, that's a big difference. You make is seem like it's not a big deal, but it is in fact the very nut of the issue. 2G is like stone tablet speed.
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Timothy Ven
Actor, Videographer, Pain in the butt
09:27 PM on 02/23/2012
It isn't a big deal. How often do you think you actually reach full 3 or 4G speeds? Not very. Just like you rarely hit the high mark on your broadband at home. You're still; getting unlimited internet access regardless of the speed you reach it at. My phone is 3G capable. I can barely notice any difference when I've used up my allotted 100Mb and am kicked down to 2G speed. So no. It isn't that big of a difference
07:06 PM on 02/23/2012
Yawnnnnnnn...ing....