dealst-mobile free 4-g phones this saturday for $0.00

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Cool. The other half has been lamenting the lack of support for her almost-dead Palm device and her dead GPS, as I've tried in vain to nudge her into this century. Perhaps this'll help.

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Good for new activations only. If you are a current t-mo customer who is up for renewal, you won't get the same rebate.

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@zrmeyer: According to the press release it says "New and existing eligible customers can take advantage of this deal"...
Here is the link to the press release (and more information)
http://www.tmonews.com/2012/02/t-mobile-pushes-out-statement-valentines-day-sale-website-now-live/

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Tmobile sucks. I had an issue with my bill so I called in and asked them what we could do about it and they sat there and tried to sell me crap for about 15 minutes and then finally the guy said to me "If you don't like it go somewhere else". Being in customer service if I ever pulled that I would get fired, however tmobile has no issue giving horrible customer service.

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@ryantoday: I've never known a wireless carrier whose customer service didn't suck.

Over the years been with Bell Atlantic Mobile (now verizon), SunCom, Alltel, and back to Verizon. All three have had outlandishly terrible customer service.

I've left all three BECAUSE of their customer service- only to find the next company was just as bad. They're great to work with- until after you've signed up for them.

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The crappy thing about T-Mobile is that subsidized phones like this end up changing the monthly rate of your plan. If you get one of these "free" phones, you pay an extra $20 per month on your bill. So, your 2-year plan costs an extra $480 total. Not exactly free...

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@faque: Well, on the press release - it shows that if you take the "Unlimited Value Plan" you are charged $20 for the Galaxy S II, $15, for the Lumia 710, & $5 for the Sonic Hotspot. If you take the 2-year "Classic Plan" - there is no monthly charge. The only difference is the "Up-front, out of pocket" cost.

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@zrmeyer: If you push enough, they'll give you practically anything you want. But you REALLY have to be pushy.

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@faque: The crappy thing about ANY CARRIER is that...
Fixed that for you.
ATT, Verizon, Sprint, and others, do the same thing.