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the T-Mobile iPhone

February5

I’m often, the first to know things you care about, or should care about.

however, in the case of what’s happened, and quietly, at that, with T-Mobile and the iPhone, I’ve been a bit slow. Perhaps this is due in part, with my destraction around the pending Sprint iPhone.

what! well, just you wait.

in any event, T-Mobile has some great commercials going after AT&T and Verizon and their relatively slow networks and emphasizing their own pretty darn quick 4G service.

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based on what little I might actually know, I think Verizon might offer the faster service, overall. but, that may also depend on the device.

all that said, I’m only just sorting out that T-Mobile fully supports simple efforts to put your iPhone onto their network. I can prove it. Just point your browser, here: http://www.t-mobile.com/switch-cell-phone.aspx/ Do it!

this could, decidedly, make sense, even if only because AT&T’s infrastructure is horrificly over-loaded and customer service really sucks – possibly more so than their network service. seriously. and, the billing is a veritable nightmare. Sprint and T-Mobile’s are quite straightforward with customer service that is trending up.

but, if you’ve followed this blog long enough, you know all of that. Mostly because I told you so.

what may be the slickest part of this move on the part of Sprint (hint) and T-Mobile is they don’t have to share revenue with anyone -including Apple. they get the recurring revenue all to themselves. I love the moxxy. this is them not following the crowd, just sourcing the crowd.

so… Haley Anne has not really enjoyed her Samsung EPIC 4G, and Android device on Sprint. She simply prefers her iPhone. She does not know it , yet, but I plan on surprising her with a new iPhone 4G with a T-Mobile SIMs card (I have a dormant T-Mobile account from the less than rewarding Google G1 Nexus experiment) in the next couple of weeks. she’s been a bit down with the dismantling of the (as we knew them) Shockers. she’s thrown her heart and best efforts into sister team Breakers. and, I fully intend to reward her character and being a good sport.

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

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