Old Verizon user with new T-mobile trial

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  1. RickWood427

    RickWood427 New Member

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    I'm a long time Verizon customer with several lines.

    I've been curious about the new T Mobile Walmart plan, 100 minutes a month, unlimited texting, and 5Gb of 4G with unlimited 2G after 5Gb. The plan is $30 a month. I traded-sold a few old phones we had lying around and got an AT&T original Note that was unlocked and works with tmobile refarmed 4G.

    I don't intend to drop my Verizon lines anytime soon as they have unlimited data plans. I am doing a little research in the event those plans are ever killed.

    AT&T is too expensive to just play with and have a decent amount of data. Sprint's coverage is a little spotty in my area and again, more than I want to pay each month just to play.

    I'm almost to the end of my first month with T-mobile. I hope to make comparisons and real world observations if anyone is interested.

    Rick
     
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    Definitely post what you find. I'd be curious to see it

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    Welcome to the site. Hope you get satisfactory performance. DancingNexus
     
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    Welcome aboard Rick and good luck with your research!