Re: Good customer service experience
- From: nobody@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 03:52:11 -0800
On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 12:56:49 -0700, XS11E <xs11eNO@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
but at least T-Mobile is a lot less expensive.
Please explain how $5/mo is a "lot less expensive"? That's the extra I
pay VZW for having coverage where I need it hat wasn't available from
NOTE: The plan I had is no longer available, if I returned to T-Mo I'd
be paying the exact same price for no coverage.
That's great for you. For anyone in the market for a plan:
T-Mobile for unlimited voice and text, 2GB data $80
Verizon for the same thing $70+$20+$30 comes to $120
and that's with a 2 year contract at either.
T-Mobile has the same package for $60 if you bring your own phone so
even buying an expensive phone outright is the best deal because the
difference between to full price of the phone and the contract price
would need to be over $480 (if you assume 2 years of use) for a
contract to be better.
If you look at the cost of having similar phones and plans over 2
years, T-Mobile is much less.
My son just got a T-Mobile plan with 100 minutes of voice, unlimited
text, and GB of data for $30 a month (and uses wireless or 4G calling
to keep minutes used to a minimum). Since it's prepaid there's none
of the big taxes. The phone was $189 to buy outright for a 4G Android
2.35 phone. Even Page Plus has a hard time competing with that.
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