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It is actually more complicated now with LTE bands. Before you just needed to know gsm or cdma, now you need the right LTE band. T- mobile bought a lot of spectrum in band 71. The iPhone X does not support that band. In two years you probably don’t want to have an iPhone X on T-mobile as new phone with band 71 will work a lot better. And if you have a phone today without band 12, your t-mobile reception will be terrible.
I was planning to switch from ATT mobile share to T-mobile's $100 for 2 lines unlimited plan after they announced that they will include 10GB hotspot. Now that ATT announced this, I am still planning to switch. I get a 20% discount, but even then this is a bad deal. After the discount, this is $112 plus probably at least $10 in taxes and fees.
How can ATT be $22 more expensive than T-mobile after giving a discount and while not offering hotspot and while a recent report shows that T-Mobile has a better network?