T-Mobile finagling advice?
markpmc at gmail.com
Wed Feb 7 18:36:13 CET 2007
A few years ago I posed the same question to a T-Mobile sales guy. He handed
me a working demo phone to take around for a few days. I took it back the
next day and signed up.
I wouldn't get the cheapest phone they offer. Remember the first edition of
the OpenMoko device is geared for developers. You may still need a true
'production' quality phone until 4Q '07.
On 2/6/07, Ben Burdette <bburdette at comcast.net> wrote:
> So, I'm thinking seriously about getting a neo1973 when they become
> available. I called the local T Mobile office and asked them whether I
> could borrow a phone to see how the signal strength is where I live.
> They said I could get a 14 day trial with a free phone and just take it
> back when that is over.
> My question is, has anyone been through this process before, what's the
> best way to find out how the service is? I don't know anyone that has a
> t mobile phone (maybe that should tell me something). And the other
> thing is, how would I get the neo1973 onto the t mobile network? would
> I have to get their cheapest phone and then remove the sim card to use
> in the neo1973? Is it possible to get the sim card without buying a t
> mobile phone?
> I'm sure I could find out more by calling T Mobile, but I'm betting
> there's a lot of expertise in this area on this list.
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