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The wireless service landscape is undergoing significant changes in the US this year. T-Mobile just launched it's kind-of no contract plans with monthly hardware payments, something no other US carrier offers. Sprint is in the early stages of its LTE rollout, a buyout from Japanese firm Softbank, and the acquisition of Clearwire (which seems more likely with each passing day). AT&T has already gained the #2 LTE spot in the US, but may have turned off a good number of potential Galaxy S4 buyers by pricing the device at $250 on contract, while continuing to push its own shared data plan model. Verizon remains the US LTE coverage king (RootMetrics confirms that), and will be the first US carrier to deploy voice-over-LTE on any wide basis, but its high prices and its competitors playing LTE catch-up may shrink those advantages in the coming year.

So, are the shifting sands enough to make you switch providers this year? Or are you sticking it out with an underdog in the hope that this will be the year things finally get better? Are you changing to save money, or to up your coverage and speeds? Answer the poll, and the sound off in the comments to explain your reasoning.

US readers: will you switch carriers this year?

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David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • Paul_Werner

    Though it was not for this year, my wife & I switched carriers in 2012. I did it for the N4 on TMo (left Sprint) & she left Sprint to go with Ting (not an awesome phone and still uses the Sprint network but for much cheaper)

  • Anthony Carbonaro

    I'm on an unlimited plan at AT&T right now. I doubt I'll get as good a deal as what I've got. Not that their unlimited data is any good.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dominick-White/642535026 Dominick White

    I picked no, because every other carrier in my area Sucks. Only Verizon gives me great service

  • sahilm

    Leaving Verizon for Straight Talk when the next nexus comes out at the end of the year (and I'll be free from my GNex contract).

    I'm the only line on the Verizon account and it's just too much money.

  • Joshua

    I'm with Verizon. I fucking hate them, their branding, etc. However, they do provide absolutely solid coverage, and since that's the job of a carrier, I'm sticking with them unless Google Wireless becomes a real thing that exists physically.

    • http://blog.earthformed.com/ Lucero De La Tierra

      I'm totally with you on hating VZW. Unfortunately, because of where I live they are the only ones that have decent coverage. I did have to ROOT my phone though to get it to work for making calls. Weird huh? A cell phone that can't make decent cell phone calls.

      • Kevin Aaronson

        How did rooting allow you to make better calls?

        • NemaCystX

          probably installing radios that weren't released yet or using a kernel hack that improved cell performance

          • Cherokee4Life

            or maybe.. APRIL FOOLS!!! just sayin

          • http://blog.earthformed.com/ Lucero De La Tierra

            No prank. I've been using the phone Rooted and with Cyanogen Mod installed since October 2012. I hadn't been able to make decent calls for the previous 2 years and actually was convinced that it was where I lived. Turns out my location had nothing to do with it. It was a problem with the radios VZW and/or HTC had installed.

          • http://blog.earthformed.com/ Lucero De La Tierra

            You are absolutely right @NemaCystX. Whatever radios Cyanogen Mod uses allowed my speaker to work better and also for the reception on my phone to actually stay nice and strong practically everywhere I go now. For the first two years I had the phone I was afraid to brick it so I did nothing and since I didn't have insurance on the phone either VZW wouldn't replace it despite it's problems. The only option they offered me was to buy a signal repeater so I would have better service in my house at a cost of $250. Once our contract expired and I was in a position to get a new phone if I needed to so I decided to ROOT and install CyanogenMod. It went well after I downgraded the phones OS and I was absolutely AMAZED at the call quality and in call speaker quality. I was finally able to maintain a conversation while moving around the house! Before I had to have the phone sitting stationary on my desk and use the speakerphone in order not to drop the call. My HTC Droid Incredible is getting to the point it can't handle the load of the new apps being released. I still run into low space errors even though I'm now able to use Link2SD with SuperUser access to move some of those data files to my SD card.

    • Richard Yarrell

      That's really bad for you. Verizon is overrated and overpriced at best. Poor at updating handsets and we won't even into the infintile childish branding issues. They tamper with devices intended from the manufacturer to place disabling bloatware and pitiful wifi notifications in the pull down menu. With Verizon and it's inability to provide what customers truly need with devices and specializing in cosmetics you can keep Verizon. They definitely ain't worth what you are paying that's for sure.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dominick-White/642535026 Dominick White

        except , most people care more about good coverage than the phones,,and T-mobile only have good service in major cities , which most of us dont live in

      • Joshua

        Thank you for repeating what I said in my post. Quote:

        "I fucking hate them, their branding, etc."

        Then:

        "Provide absolutely solid coverage."

        Clearly that's what I want as a customer, and I'm obviously getting what I want. It's easy enough to deal with the branding. I would've aged about the updating issue in the past, but I feel that any version of Android above 4.1 will feel incremental rather than a huge leap forward (like GB to ICS was). I have what's necessary and can turn to custom ROMs if I really need to.

      • squiddy20

        "Verizon is overrated and overpriced at best." Wow. This is the same stale old line you've used for over a year. Original much?

        "Poor at updating handsets and we won't even into the infintile childish branding issues." Firstly, most customers (besides those of us on here) don't know or care about updates to Android. As long as it works, they don't care. Secondly, if you slap a case on the phone most of the branding is instantly gone. Problem solved. How typical of a moronic fanboy to make something out of nothing.

        "to place disabling bloatware and pitiful wifi notifications in the pull down menu." ...bloatware which can be disabled from the Settings menu, without root or any hacks, since Android 4.0. omg. Also, I'm sure quite a few customers like having the notification there to let them know to turn it off when not in use. Just because you don't like it doesn't mean the entire US doesn't either. Idiot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

    Living in the UK, I am considering leaving Vodafone in favour of a Nexus and a GiffGaff goodybag plan.

    • http://marstonhillier.com/ Marston Hillier

      Just be aware that in my experience, GiffGaff - whilst having an excellent deal - compromises with Internet. Yes you get it, and yes it is fast, I live in a rural area and the coverage is naff. If you live in a city, fine, but it's something to be aware of.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

        I was a little worried about their Internet service because it's unlimited but they don't want you to use it all at one time (tethering, BitTorrent). But hey, it's the O2 network right?

        I live rurally, so I will check the O2 coverage in my area before signing up.

  • Sqube

    Probably not, but T-Mobile... I'm waiting to give you my money.

    • Joshua Percell

      I'm on ST ATT but I would have gone on TMO if their coverage were better where I live (edge speeds everywhere). So until they improve their network, I'm stuck on ST.

  • http://www.google.com/profiles/moneta.mace Mace Moneta

    Hello Republic Wireless. $19/month, unlimited, unthrottled, uncapped WiFi/Sprint hybrid calling.

    • Cuvis

      I want to like Republic, but their phone bites and you can't BYOD. They should have gone GSM for the cellular half of the equation, and developed their WiFi calling capability as an app.

      • http://www.google.com/profiles/moneta.mace Mace Moneta

        I find their phone great. Water proof, dust proof, gorilla glass, good size, good performance, low price, and it runs the three dozen or so apps I need. If you're looking for a $600 quad-core 2GB RAM phone, maybe cost savings isn't your primary consideration. That said, they have indicated they will be adding additional phones later this Summer. The phones can't (yet) be byod because of the code changes needed for their WiFi / Cellular SIP operation - they'd need to build a ROM for each device someone wanted to use.

        • Cuvis

          Actually, I use a $350 quad-core 2GB RAM phone, thank you very much. And the Motorola Defy is not a "great" phone. It has the specs of the G2 I had three years ago, and I was not happy with that phone at all. It's still on Gingerbread, FFS.

          And yes, I'm aware of the issue with the ROM -- like I said, that's one of the things stopping me from hopping on board. They need to find a better way to do what they do before it becomes a compelling option

  • johnythefox

    Sprint has everything we need in a family plan and we get a 23% break on the bill. Unlimited everything and good signal everywhere i travel. Yall freaks have a ball

  • Doug Dunfee

    Maybe. Seriously thinking about buying something retail/used to upgrade my Toro while still keeping my unlimited plan at VZW. Then I'll be in good shape to finally be contract free at the end of the year.

    Primarily considering it because others are finally getting 4G options and VZW has really been a prick about getting HTC flagships and treating the Nexus right.

    • NemaCystX

      They won't carry a device that isn't an iPhone that they can't control

      and once your contract is done, you can say goodbye to your unlimited data, Verizon isn't obligated to keep you on the unlimited plan once your contract is up

      • Mike Porter

        My contract has been up for a few months and I've still got my unlimited data.

        • Mike Smith

          Wait until you upgrade your device. They took mine on Friday even if I bought the device at full retail. Needless to say I am keeping my bionic.

      • http://www.facebook.com/Hekdog Scott Hekman

        Verizon can take away your unlimited, but at this point they aren't unless you use a device subsidy. Buy a phone off of swappa and activate it and you keep your unlimited data. I have been off contract for over a year and a half and bought a Gnex last summer and put on my account and am still unlimited.

  • Matt

    Leaving Big Red and joining forces with Tmobile more than likely.

  • Jays2Kings

    I'll probably stay with Verizon, However I do hope that the next Nexus can work on Verizon's network thanks to voice over LTE and therefore not need to go through Verizon's bloat.

    • NemaCystX

      Verizon isn't like AT&t where they let you bring your own device to the network if it supports it. You have to use a Verizon certified device otherwise once you enter the IMEI# it will tell the carrier what the device is exactly and if its certified for the network. Big Red doesn't allow uncertified devices on their network even if it supports it. They used to back in the late 2000's but not anymore since LTE launched

  • http://www.facebook.com/ccoulter.jg.1 Cole Lewis Coulter

    I'm grandfathered in to unlimited 4G data plan on Verizon and a fairly good price. I don't think I'll find a better deal than that and there's no doubt Verizon has the best coverage and speeds. Staying where I am.

    • http://blog.earthformed.com/ Lucero De La Tierra

      Really? You got grandfathered in? Our plan hasn't changed at all since we signed with VZW 3 years ago so I wonder if that would apply to us as well.

      • NemaCystX

        Grand Fathered in doesn't mean squat once your contract ends they can change your pricing and plan without any stipulations. There were some articles recently about Verizon moving people that currently have an unlimited data plan over to a shared data plan once their contract has expired

        • http://blog.earthformed.com/ Lucero De La Tierra

          Thank you for this insight. I'll definitely have to do some extra research. Still have an old HTC Droid Incredible and it desperately needs a replacement. Apps are getting bigger and require more space and memory. I'd really love to have a Samsung Galaxy S4.

          • http://www.facebook.com/Hekdog Scott Hekman

            They could change, but up to this point VZW has had the policy that if you don't use a device subsidy to upgrade they will allow people to keep unlimited data plans. If you don't use the subsidy they aren't just putting people on tiered plans those people likely made a change that caused it. I have been off contract over a year and a half and am still unlimited. Not to say VZW couldn't just end it all at once as they have the right to do so, but just saying they haven't yet. If you want a newer phone you will need to pay full retail or find something lightly used on a site like swappa.

        • http://www.facebook.com/ccoulter.jg.1 Cole Lewis Coulter

          I've renewed my contract less than a month ago keeping the same plan. They will not change your plan. You just have to buy your own phone full price which I do anyway so I can change phones whenever I want.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wilhelm.vain Wilhelm Vain

    I'm already with T-Mobile so unless they collapse I am not going anywhere.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1519620310 Zac Rodriguez

    A month ago I said goodbye Verizon, hello Nexus 4 and $30 T Mobile plan

    • http://twitter.com/jeffaandrews Jeff Andrews

      Are you me?
      Best decision ever so far.

      • http://twitter.com/ThePhillipBee Phillip Bee

        cosign !!

        • dorabowers

          uptil I looked at the draft of $5218, I didnt believe that...my... mom in-law was like realy earning money parttime at their computer.. there uncle haz done this 4 less than 15 months and recently took care of the debts on their cottage and purchased a gorgeous Lotus Esprit. go to, jump15.comCHECK IT OUT

    • NemaCystX

      How good is T-Mobile vs Verizon as far as speeds and reliability though? I get nothing but data loss issues and I use my phone to navigate back and forth to work since I am a rep for a company that has to go to multiple stores in my region

      I have been wanting to break free from the Verizon shackles and my contract is up in two months so I am deciding where to go, I am either thinking T-Mobile or AT&T (again)

      It's their own fault for being such douchebags and taking away my unlimited data and once I lose my employee discount, it will be even more expensive than It already is for me.. $120 a month for something I can get elsewhere for maybe $80-90, its just absurd..

      • http://twitter.com/ThePhillipBee Phillip Bee

        Started w/ Tmo, went to VZW and now back .. speeds have been consistent for me

      • Richard Yarrell

        Here in New York City Tmobile pimp slaps Verizon silly. Definitely NO CONTEST.

      • s44

        Like everything, it depends on your market.

        In NYC, T-Mo is now ahead of VZ, since LTE in Manhattan is overwhelmed and spotty. AT&T is still crap.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1519620310 Zac Rodriguez

        Depends. In Dallas/Fort Worth I have zero issues and the speed is fantastic (comparing speed I'm not sure tho). I am unsure how the coverage is back home in San Francisco.
        I can tell you for a fact Verizon has an advantage in more rural areas. I've done road trips with the original mytouch and had spotty service. Presented zero issues though especially now that maps can be cached to a point.
        Check coverage in your home/work areas. If all looks good, get the Nexus 4. If worse comes to worse you can try a prepaid carrier that uses AT&T towers or return the phone within 15 days.

    • Richard Yarrell

      Yeah GLADLY DUMPED Verizon June 2012 for Tmobile. Haven't looked back period.

    • ssj4Gogeta

      Reading all these discussions, it's ludicrous how much you guys in the US have to think before switching carriers.

      I can switch carriers twice I day if I want to. Just walk into a carrier's store, provide identity proof, pay about a dollar and walk out with a SIM card (which will work on whatever phone you happen to have as all carriers use the same frequency).

      • EdFromOhio

        Yeah, there are a few different protocols flying through the air which aren't compatible with each other, not to mention frequencies. It would be great if everything here were GSM-based like most other parts of the world, but I guess that's part of the cost of being on the bleeding edge. Once companies have invested tens of millions to implement it, it's hard to change even if they know their technology isn't as good as their competition.

        Since several carriers use different protocols and frequencies, your phone usually can't support them all so you have to pick one. Plus most carriers won't activate a phone that wasn't purchased from them, although that tide is starting to turn a little if the phone is compatible with their network.

  • dude

    No, I'm happy with T-Mobile and all the other choices are worse in term of cost, so no reason to go anyway, especially with them rolling out LTE.

  • Jordan Richesin

    Staying with At&t. Sadly locked into a two year contract from November with a galaxy s3

  • http://twitter.com/navjotbatra Navjot

    I've been with tmo since I started and plan on sticking with them

  • Gabe Stover

    I'd love to stay with Sprint, because I'm still paying almost nothing, but I'm getting pretty tired of their spotty service. Sticking it out until LTE's rolled out in San Diego - big improvements, and I'll stay for sure.

  • Josh Simpson

    Hell no I am on Straight Talk AT&T. $45 a month unlimited everything only on the months I need it. A completely stock Galaxy Nexus with an unlocked bootloader. I am enjoying cell phone service the way it should be.

  • Kevin Kintner

    Leaving Verizon and heading to T-Mobile when the next Nexus comes out.

  • Sean Anderson

    I had a family plan with ATT but switched 1 phone to Straight Talk and will be switching the other in 2 weeks. The coverage is the exact same as I have the ATT Straight Talk sim cards just now my bill will be $40 cheaper each month and I won't have a contract moving forward. I'm using the Nexus 4 and I'm really happy with the phone and coverage. I even ported my number over and it only it took less than 5 mins to complete the port process.

  • BigMixxx

    recently switched from T mobile to Verizon. ONLY reason I switched is because of coverage at home (since I've ridded myself of a home phone, as someone recently told me -- I don't believe anyone under 70 has a home phone anymore)

    • ScamsungGimmickS4-ʍǝǝǝןq

      I have a home phone

    • Ed Ellks

      I have a home phone as well. At less than $4 a month, why not?

  • Adam Horowitz

    I just switched to Sprint in order to keep my unlimited data, and I love it. My contract is significantly cheaper than it was on Verizon, and I have had no network problems where I live. When I was in the middle of nowhere in Florida, I had AWFUL reception, but the fact is I spend 99% of the time in a major urban area, so Sprint has been working great for me.

  • erikiksaz

    Hell no. I pay $67 after taxes for 600 minutes, texting, and 5GB data on 2 lines on Tmobile (one line only has phone service though).

  • Justin

    I have t mobile prepaid unlimited with tethering for 70/month on my nexus 4. I'm very happy with tmo

  • http://twitter.com/thewereturtle ?

    No because I'm under a family / business plan. I don't decide if we leave or stay.

  • http://twitter.com/whatisajimmy jammy

    As soon, and I literally mean AS SOON as T-Mobile gets their LTE ball rolling I'm jumping ship.

    • Sqube

      In that case, it's time for you to jump ship. T-Mobile has already turned on LTE in seven cities.

      • antifud

        uh, that only works if you're in one of those 7 cities. It's what I'm waiting for, as well. I'm just outside of one by ~10 miles and from what I can tell there isn't any LTE coverage in my area.

        • Sqube

          I agree with you completely; just playing a word game. jammy said as soon as the ball gets rolling, he'd be gone.

          Well, the ball's rolling. You know what? Nevermind. Don't mind me.

          • antifud

            it's unfortunate, but tmo doesn't do the best with coverage and/or rolls out slowly. I can't say it's their fault considering they are owned by BT. It definitely shows how little competition we have, though.

            You have the choice of: major carrier a/b/c (since sprint, which would be D is owned by verizon via verizon's parent, effectively), and all of them have serious quality and control issues that would never be tolerated in Europe or anywhere else in the world.

      • http://twitter.com/whatisajimmy jammy

        They set the ball down, it's not rolling yet, lol.

    • PopeFrancis

      I don't really even notice the speed difference between Vzw LTE and HSPA +42

      I know the difference is there but it's not noticeable to me during day to day use.

  • HopelesslyFaithful

    with sprint but debating us cellular or another NMVO??? or whatever the term is...forget. I like supporting sprint but some of the smaller brands are kinda up and coming from what i can tell. Will never go AT&T or verizon

  • BeerguyOE

    what about I cant get a service other than Verizon?

    Edit: Also I pay for $120 for two phones with unlimited data

  • Cuvis

    I've been a longtime T-Mobile customer, and I like what they're doing. I'm definitely staying put.

  • Scott

    I wish I had better tmobile and AT&T coverage so I can use a gsm nexus. I do have a grandfathered vzw unlimited data package I'm hanging on to. Can't really switch from that.

  • dawn m. armfield

    Going with the T-Mobile unlimited and Nexus phones -- as soon as my contract is up.

  • Teddy Reardon

    On Verizon right now, will probably leave at the end of my contract (december)

  • http://twitter.com/trickedoutdavid David Margolin

    t-mobile is getting a new customer

  • http://mercurypdx.tumblr.com/ MercuryPDX

    I ditched AT&T for Cricket and cut my bill from $78 to $40

  • nsnsmj

    Yep. I'm leaving at&t as soon as my contract is up in June or July. I plan on switching to T-Mobile.

  • NemaCystX

    I think its a safe bet things have changed

    It used to be about the service the carrier provided, now its about the SERVICE and IF they have the phone you want. I think T-Mobile may have jump started an upcoming change that could see the end of contracts for good. I think we should be able to pick or even buy any device we want if were forced to sign a contract for X years. If were not forced to use a contract , make us BUY the device or fully pay for it in payments and let us leave if we don't like the service. Keeping people locked onto a carrier prevents good competition I think because then people can't leave without paying a termination fee if they don't get the service they want throughout the contract term, thus them being forced to stay and the carrier not being forced to improve on things based on how many people leave. It, in my opinion, keeps the carriers lazy from doing upgrades and provided devices that people REALLY want.

    Just my two-cents

  • Luke

    I've been using Straight Talk for about 6-7 months now, will not be going back to post paid! Lg nexus 4.

  • http://www.facebook.com/archercc Ryan Stewart

    I already did. Dumped Sprint for T-Mobile and then ST. Thanks to the Nexus 4 and Google's discounted price.

  • Wayne Pierce

    I went to Ting and Google Voice (with AutoAir and GrooVe IP). I'm near WiFi most of the time so I don't need to pay for minutes, texts or data. When I'm not near WiFi I have the option to receive calls over cellular if needed. Normally my bill is just over $7 per month, or $10 if I need to receive a few calls when not near WiFi.

  • GazaIan

    I'm on T-Mobile... not going anywhere, T-Mobile has everything I could ask for.

    Plus, I have unlimited everything for $60 a month, and free tethering... Can't leave that.

  • Kiamat

    I'd move to T-mobile for their new contractless plans since I travel outside the country pretty frequently, but their coverage sucks where I live. Not going to AT&T because of the lack of unlimited data. Thus, I'm sticking with Sprint. Unlimited everything and good LTE coverage. I've got an old, unlocked AT&T iPhone 3GS for when I travel outside the U.S.

  • Alvin Brinson

    Where is the "No, I'm already on T-Mobile" option?

  • H. Jaime Cruz

    I'm on ST ATT with HTC one x+ on 60 unlimited international don't think I'm going anywhere I get LTE everywhere I go...... My brother was supposedly grandfathered in to VZW on unlimited but when his contract was up they made him change to a new plan so there's no real grandfather plan

  • Ian

    I have been with Sprint, but with no scheduled date for LTE roll out in Phoenix and T-Mobile just launching 4G in Phoenix, I might be switching when my contract is up in May. I can't stand AT&T and Verizon just costs too much $$ compared to the others.

  • Ed Ellks

    Quite happy with Boost Mobile.

  • Cherokee4Life

    Sprint all the way baby!

  • Michael McGrade

    Still happy at US Cellular. Can't wait to get my S4 upgrade and I'll be happy with them for at least another "contract"...love my one and done contract...

  • id10terrordfw

    I said goodbye to 4 lines on AT&T Friday, and hello to true unlimited on T-Mobile. So far so good!

  • sDad14

    WALMART FAMILY MOBILE BABY! UNLIMITED EVERYTHING FOR LESS!

  • http://profiles.google.com/k3gman Keg Man

    Wanted to try tmobile, but their plans ultimately aren't much cheaper than verizon for what I need. Tmobile has a lot of shenanigans in their plans. "unlimited up to 500mb" garbage

  • umataro42

    I went with "No, but only because of an existing contract" because that most closely matched my reason of "I'd lose my unlimited data and might not get as good a signal" (Verizon).

  • http://the-jade-domain.com Jaime J. Denizard

    Speaking of RootMetrics, what ever happened to the Carrier Coverage app? Does anyone know if that took off?

  • ajerman

    No, I'm happy with AT&T. Their service is fantastic in my area (Raleigh, NC). Sprint, never ever again. Verizon, highly unlikely. T-Mobile, terrible last I used them, maybe after their LTE rollout. I can only think of one place that I drive through once a month or so that gives me signal issues, and I have to take a few dirt roads to get there, so I have no issue.

    I should note though, that I do get a discount with AT&T through work so their 5 GB LTE plan costs roughly the same as the 3 GB, and 5 GB seems to do me pretty well. I stick to wifi if I can.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nschiwy Nick Schiwy

    About 2 months ago I said buhbye Verizon, hello Nexus 4 and $45/month Straight Talk plan. Unlimited data on America's second best coverage network (AT&T) for $45/mo? You bet your sweet ass!

  • http://www.facebook.com/matts.lindmark.7 Matts Lindmark

    Straight Talk works well for me with my Xperia Z. I don't like high phone bills (are used to $50 per month including 5 GB of high speed data in Sweden) and selects unlocked phones instead. Going to a carrier that demand me to get a branded device from their own selection is out of the question. The device is always my first priority, service later. If I am forced to choose between locked down, branded phones just in order to get good service, I rather carry two devices. One to make calls with and another to actually use.

    Fortunately, I have good service on Straight Talk so that kind of emergency hasn't been there yet. My worst nightmare would be to live in an area where I am forced to use Verizon just in order to get coverage. Such a situation would result in two devices - one to make calls with and another unlocked thing to use for everything else (tethered).

  • http://robert.aitchison.org raitchison

    Just last month (& after almost 10 years) I ditched T-Mobile for AT&T. Loved my bill with TMO but could no longer handle the network coverage.

  • Noah Lynn

    Nope, already got T-Mobile!

  • https://twitter.com/EpicEuropean Kreft

    Switching from T-Mobile to AT&T in a few months. Can't wait. I like T-Mobile but would like better service.

  • CoffeeZombie

    I'm a bit late to the party here, but I switched from AT&T to T-Mobile in January. So far, I'm very happy about it.

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