I don't have people call me...it's more texting than calling. My cell is very important to me, keeps all my numbers, music, I can look things up anywhere I'm at, comparison shop, and people can get in touch with me if it's an emergency.
It's handy to have when I'm out doing something and decide I want to go see a movie, but don't know what time it starts. I can quickly look up the showtimes.
Joined: 07 Apr 2003 Posts: 20349 Location: New Jersey
Posted: Sat, 07 Jul 2012 16:57:48 Post Subject:
T-Mobile charges a $200 early termination fee, which is low for the major carriers, and makes getting a brand new phone relatively cheap if you are willing to go that way and don't want their contract.
I have a contract with T-mobile, and actually thought of starting a new one for a few days just to get something like the Galaxy SIII fo far less than retail.
Joined: 19 Dec 2008 Posts: 160 Location: Houston, Texas
Posted: Sun, 08 Jul 2012 10:21:00 Post Subject:
I have an HTC EVO at the moment and it is a decent phone for everything that I use it for. My biggest complaint is reception compared to an "old school" cell phone. I can't make calls from the center of my home while my wife's old cell phone works fine. It isn't that old so I haven't really considered what I would upgrade to.
My boss uses 4G for his home network...has five computers and a 360 attached through the router.
I also have a 4G cradlepoint router in my work lab for testing outside the network. Regularly have 6 - 8 systems attached and still get a good connection. Never really checked the speed under a load though...
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