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6th-May-2008 06:42 pm
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“This has come to mind recently. I just recently upgraded my phone and this I'm sure I've mentioned and when doing so and every time in times like call T Mobile my cellular provider, they tell me that wow you got service on that thing and I think it's like 2004 January 2004 and they're shocked that I was seen so long on their network which I find strange coz I don't see any reason for somebody to change network so much there's one particular killer phone I guess or if you have a particularly bad customer service experience. Now I've never which one who the deal you know having the killer phone and then whoever which one for oh every time I call customer service there have been absolute ___. So not really sure why all these people are switching. Because you know what people are switching networks network and I don't know why.”

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7th-May-2008 04:06 pm (UTC)
to get a free new phone?

when i cancelled t-mobile a couple years ago, it was b/c i didnt have service in my apartment. they argued with me for an hour, trying to convince me that their computer said i should have service therefore i must, and that it wasn't too late to cancel my new plan. not being able to use the phone at home made for a pretty useless phone.

then i ended up cancelling cingular when i moved, and my contract expired, and they decided to keep switching back and forth whether they were cingular or at&t and charging me ridiculus roaming fees that my contract said would not be charged. i was sick of battling, so i went back to t-mobile. which works just fine where i live now. ill probably keep it if i continue to have service. of course this phone that likes to turn itself off is a pain.
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