3 posts • joined Monday 17th September 2007 23:59 GMT
Exactly as its been said already, the £30 price cannot include payment for a handset, is not to be be a promotional offer and is for set minutes only. So if 3 were to bring out a plan at £30 a month, be it a standard plan with set minutes, then t-mobile would match or beat the plan via their guarantee.
All seems fairly simple to me, plus on t-mobile the majority of customer service is uk based, i know there are some in manilla but there is always the chance of talking to soebody in the UK, try getting that on 3.
Anyone had a text saying "that as I was a 'loyal (network name) customer' I could claim a free camera phone." Then to call 0207 153 9153 to claim it.
Ive done some research and t-mobile are in a legal dispute with the company sending the messages, and the company work on behalf of 3. So 3 can be as misleading, you wont be getting an upgrade more like a new line.
sms via iphone
how long does it take to write and send an sms via the iphone, about 160 characters?
its just that from reviews ive read, theres jst not much sms being sent from the phone.
also, hsdpa and soon to launch hsupa are the way forward. Reading on the t-mobile intranet they hope to get to speed of 20Mbps by the end of the decade.
Also prices are going to plummit for data in the next year or so. Orange and voda are apiring up to share cell sites and there are talks between t-mobile and hutchinson 3 to share 3g cells. This will increase network coverage and make things a heck of a lot cheaper for the networks and hopefully this will be passed onto us the consumers. o2 could be on their own, and from rumours going around they are going to get hammered on their profits from apple.
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