It can but you may need an app like PDA.NET that will hide tethering.
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You will not be forced to sign a 2 year since you already have a phone to use. But you can always call them to double check, and tell them you already have a compatible phone.
Anyway - so this is what the amounts were at the end of the day:
- $255.49 in-store payment
- -$200 mail in rebate
- $20 for 20 months Equipment Installment Plan (EIP)
- (Retail price of phone $599 - "not discount eligible")
- Ditched grandfathered plan ($39.99 for 1000 anytime, free N/W, $10 for 1000 texts, $20 for Loyalty Android Data plan, w/ 10% Corporate Discount) for $74.99 Unlimited Value plan (unlimited calls, text, 5g data)
Basically paying $450 total on a new phone doesn't seem right for a long-term TMO customer (10 years), out-of-contract and renewing for 2 years.
Is this the standard deal for customers like me? Or did I get jipped by the dealer? or does this sound about right?
WAIT! WHAT? Tethering is included in the 5GB plan?
Rooting any phone and installing a Custom ROM gives a possibility. However, there is not really any T-Mobile phones that still will allow it on Stock.
I'm getting excited over the international One X, the all black model deserves to be in my pocket...
Also if you are getting a Nokia phone I'm pretty sure they are penta band
There has to be specific notes in the account that shows the customer had exceeded the roaming data allowance and then they are able to cancel without ETF.
...and of course I can't afford the $300 to $600 fee to purchase a brand new Android at full price.
Anybody have any ideas on how I can finagle a similar (and legal) deal?
You can keep that plan as long as it is a required feature. If you check your plan on the bill or on MY T-Mobile, see if the web feature has "REQ" next to it. If not, you will have to change to a newer plan if you do the upgrade because the system will need a REQ feature to be on there.