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Old 01-30-2014, 03:38 PM
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I have the 5s (and 4s), in addition to the Google Nexus 5, Galaxy S3, and Galaxy S, plus Android and iPad tablets (mini and Air), but I'm not sure what kind of feedback you're looking for.

In the upcoming department, the Galaxy S5 looks to be coming out in the Feb-April time frame. Camera, processor, and screen resolution are the big changes for that one.
I'm just undecided. I'm thinking about picking up a 2014 note 10 if I pick up the iPhone.

I currently have the last ipad, but being a geek i always like trying new stuff.

The iPhone 6 is talking about being curved like the LG flex and Samsung round.

So I'm not sure about that

My idea is having the note in the truck for buisness. We have mobile hotspots on our phones so WiFi isnt a issue.

On another note, I saved $100 a month just changing plans lol
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Old 01-31-2014, 11:17 AM
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On another note, I saved $100 a month just changing plans lol
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Did you change companies...or just plans w/in your service company?
Any details you can share would be appreciated...
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Old 01-31-2014, 02:01 PM
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Did you change companies...or just plans w/in your service company?
Any details you can share would be appreciated...
Changed within company. Went with an updated data plan and their new next plan so we can upgrade every year. They also give a $15 per line credit now

Also will cancel an additional line for another $35
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Old 01-31-2014, 03:00 PM
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Thanks.
Will look into this when I'm next eligible to upgrade come Aug w/ AT&T.
I heard they're phasing out the old 'grand-fathered in' plans that feature unlimited data like I've had for nearly 4 years now. Will run the numbers then to determine if they're worth sticking with...or whether it's time to switch to another carrier.
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Old 01-31-2014, 03:40 PM
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Thanks.
Will look into this when I'm next eligible to upgrade come Aug w/ AT&T.
I heard they're phasing out the old 'grand-fathered in' plans that feature unlimited data like I've had for nearly 4 years now. Will run the numbers then to determine if they're worth sticking with...or whether it's time to switch to another carrier.
Tell them T-Mobile's offer is too good (they'll buy you out of your AT&T deal) and see what they come back with. You might be surprised at what those few words will do.
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Old 01-31-2014, 04:28 PM
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Tell them T-Mobile's offer is too good (they'll buy you out of your AT&T deal) and see what they come back with. You might be surprised at what those few words will do.
If you really read into tmobiles terms att is much better. T-Mobile was more expensive as well. I'm going to try it though and see what they say lol
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Old 01-31-2014, 11:52 PM
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If you really read into tmobiles terms att is much better.
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I'm always interested in learning something I might be missing. We currently have AT&T and T-Moblile (and just dumped VZW after nearly a decade). My Nexus5 + no contract T-M is hard to top.
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Old 02-01-2014, 10:54 AM
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Micheal : how much of a credit are you guys offering over tmobile?
Jacob Case: Oh. let me just check about that because last time I check att only give credits to customers from verizon. But let me double check. There might be an update.
Micheal : tmobile will buy anyone out
Jacob Case: Yes. We are all aware of that. But you need to think twice before deciding to switch. Let me share information about that.
Jacob Case: Tmobile is saying that they will pay the cancellation fee..
Micheal : I know lol I like att
Micheal : tombile coverage is horrible
Jacob Case: Exactly hahahaBut the real thing is.. you have to pay first the termination fee, as well as the last bill.
Jacob Case: then you have to show them the receipt.
Micheal : that's alot of cash for someone. ATT still has $15 credit for next right?
Jacob Case: From there, you will have to wait up to 8 weeks for Tmobiles refun
Jacob Case: Yes that's correct
Jacob Case: And by the way.
Jacob Case: We are launching this new promo.
Jacob Case: where in lines will just be $15
Micheal : so my 3rd line would only be $15?
Jacob Case: Yes. You may just wait this coming week because att has this new promo where in. customers will only have to pay $15 per line as long as they enroll to 10Gb plan data.
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Old 02-01-2014, 10:56 AM
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Jacob Case: Oh. wait for att's new promos. There will be lots of better offers because tmobile's trying to buy everyone.

I'm glad people are finally getting out of the 2 year contract crap
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Old 02-01-2014, 11:09 AM
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You're a terrible negotiator, whiffy.

Me: Hi, I'd like to cancel my service.
ATT: Whoooaa, wait a sec. Why?
Me: I have a better deal from T-Mobile.
ATT: Hang on, let me see what we can do. So, I can do a $35 credit for 6 months.
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