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Which Cellular Telephone Service Provider Do You Use?

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T-Mobile

 

My gripes aren't with the provider, it's just the phone (Sidekick 08) and their resources that are bad.

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My provider is Sprint and I have a BlackBerry Curve 8330.

 

 

Call quality - 8

Internet - 10

Email/SMS - 10

 

I could call and receive messages in most of the IRT 7 AV Line (1)(2)(3). I could also watch TV.;)

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T-mobile.Currently using a Samsung T229 flip phone.The camera died due to condensation.Not a bad provider though 3G coverage is spotty in some areas.Great valued plans.I have 600 anytime minutes,unlimited text,Unlimited nights and weekends all for $29.99:tup:

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I have Verizon. Since I got my computer, I only use it for calls and text messages. I would say call quality 8 and text messages 9.

 

My cellular telephone has a nice calendar that runs from 1980 through 2100.

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i have t-mobile and i don't recommend it if you like to travel. i have service problems everywhere i go, unless it's in a major city. i had better service on the west coast calling ny than i do in staten island. it is spotty and unreliable. not worth the headache in my opinion.

 

p.s. i have the g1.

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I have iPhone on (A)(T)(T).

 

Calls: (1)(JFK) :tup:

 

Data: (1)(JFK) :tup:

 

Text: (1)(1):tup::tup:

 

 

I have call conferencing (sorta like 3 way calling but up to 120 participants), multi-recipient MMS and texting, Safari for web, multi-account email with push notification, aGPS with walking, driving & transit directions etc etc etc. :cool::tup:

 

- A

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I have Verizon and I use a Nokia Swivle. It is the only service I have ever used and I would never use any other. I has service everywhere, even in the middle of no where up state.

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Verizon. Won't even bother with any of the other providers...VZW has the best network. PERIOD.

 

I has service everywhere

 

Does you got service in tha projects too?

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i have t-mobile and i don't recommend it if you like to travel. i have service problems everywhere i go, unless it's in a major city. i had better service on the west coast calling ny than i do in staten island. it is spotty and unreliable. not worth the headache in my opinion.

 

p.s. i have the g1.

 

I've heard the G1 was a crappy phone model from some friends. I'm also a T-Mobile user wih the Sidekick 2008. I get no service underground or in an elevator shaft (my apartment building). My service occasionally goes out every now and then which is expected but one thing I've noticed in my Sidekick '08 over my Sidekick LX (which was sadly destroyed in a freak accident earlier this year) is that it tends to crash and go into endless restarts... That means I have to pull the battery out and reinsert it every once in a blue moon.

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i have verizon and use a blackberry storm for my money verizon has the best service its a 10 used to have nextel which is garbage couldnt even make phone calls from my own house no signal

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I use (T)-Mobile, complete crap -(1). I randomly can't make calls in certain areas.

 

Whose fault is that for getting that $20 phone :(

 

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I have T-Mobile and an HTC Touch Pro2

 

It was the BEST phone investment I ever made.

 

On a 1-10 scale, I give it a 9.5, and that's because of the exorbitant phone prices

 

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T-Mobile

 

My gripes aren't with the provider, it's just the phone (Sidekick 08) and their resources that are bad.

 

Sidekicks suck hardware wise. (this is coming from an owner of a (now dead) Sidekick 3)

 

Im also using T-mobile.I have a my touch 3G.

ewwww.....a memory-upgraded G1 with no hardware keyboard :P

 

i have t-mobile and i don't recommend it if you like to travel. i have service problems everywhere i go, unless it's in a major city. i had better service on the west coast calling ny than i do in staten island. it is spotty and unreliable. not worth the headache in my opinion.

 

p.s. i have the g1.

It may not be the provider, it may be the phone.

 

I've heard the G1 was a crappy phone model from some friends. I'm also a T-Mobile user wih the Sidekick 2008. I get no service underground or in an elevator shaft (my apartment building). My service occasionally goes out every now and then which is expected but one thing I've noticed in my Sidekick '08 over my Sidekick LX (which was sadly destroyed in a freak accident earlier this year) is that it tends to crash and go into endless restarts... That means I have to pull the battery out and reinsert it every once in a blue moon.

It's a Sidekick. What do you expect? :P '

Those things are overrated.

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Im also using T-mobile.I have a my touch 3G.

 

Same here, I get service everywhere I go (even out of state), this is my first 3G phone, I don't want to go back to Edge ever again lol. I really want to get that Sense UI on it.

 

I want to get an iPhone when the new one comes out in the Summer.

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ATT is the best service and coverage by far. Ive had it work in places that verizon and tmobile never work.

 

Tmobile is the worst.

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ATT is the best service and coverage by far. Ive had it work in places that verizon and tmobile never work.

 

Tmobile is the worst.

 

I had ATT for two years before I couldn't handle the coverage gaps. I couldn't even get coverage in my own apartment. BTW I live on the first floor. Now I have Sprint and could make calls/send messages in roughly 40% of subway stations.

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I have iPhone on (A)(T)(T).

 

Calls: (1)(JFK) :tup:

 

Data: (1)(JFK) :tup:

 

Text: (1)(1):tup::tup:

 

 

I have call conferencing (sorta like 3 way calling but up to 120 participants), multi-recipient MMS and texting, Safari for web, multi-account email with push notification, aGPS with walking, driving & transit directions etc etc etc. :cool::tup:

 

- A

 

I've been a customer of (A)(T)(T) since my 18th birthday. I'm pretty sure I'd never switch. Call me a loyal puppy dog if you will. But unless they take a downward spiral I'm with them. I've never had issues with coverage, and any problems I do have with my phone bill seem to be quickly resolved over the phone.

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