Well actually I have no interest in reading Samsung's earnings report. If AI wants to reference something from it maybe they should include the quote, or change the headline to reflect what the article actually covers.
There are choices out there that allow a person avoid doing business with the likes of Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile along with all of their sub carriers. If people would just consider what their real cell phone needs are, then look around, many might discover they don't have to play their game. How many people who use a cell radio equipped device need unlimited data? I am on WiFi 95% of the time. Maybe if people didn't spend 85% of your waking life staring at a...
Interesting perspective. So if I was a cell phone company and I said I would charge you $1000 a month for the plan that you have you would be happy because you are saving $860 a month. The idea is, can you get your plan for less, not more.
Originally Posted by sog35
Tmobile is a great deal.
2 lines with unlimited 4G-LTE data, unlimited talk, unlimited text. And 5GB of LTE hotspot for iPads per user (total 10GB). All for $120.
AT&T charges over $200 for a simular plan without unlimited data.
Looks like if you join now my plan cost $140, still about 50% cheaper than Verizon/AT&T. Glad there are only charging me $120
Like I said, if you are not a major consumer of data and talk. I...
As a disruptive force to the general business model of the cell phone industry T-Mobile is not really any different. When you look closely all the good incentives are to get you to move from another carrier. If you are not under contract, they are really not offering anything more or better than the others. If you really want a better deal look at Consumer Cellular which I have found to be much better for those who are not massive data and talk consumers.