|12-08-2012, 02:59 AM||#5|
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|12-08-2012, 08:24 AM||#6|
Not wearing Nikes
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Too bad that sometime in 2013 T-Mobile will do away with their subsidize phones, next year people will have to pay full price if they want a phone from T-Mobile, they say it will bring peoples bill down $20-30 on average.
|12-08-2012, 08:36 AM||#7|
The Money Team
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T-Mobile's prices are tempting, but I'd probably cancel my service the very next day because of the sorry ass in building coverage. It's non existent, specially while at work inside the control room. I would know, I was with them for like 5 years.
I'll just stick with Verizon, I get great coverage everywhere! Elevators, buildings, out fishing in my boat, or when I'm hunting in the middle of nowhere in the woods.
My wife and I got the 5's with Verizon and have no complaints whatsoever. Great phones, super fast!
|12-08-2012, 12:41 PM||#9|
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I wouldn't say obsession. More of a hobby interest. I like to spread the news about it to create more awareness
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