Is there any requirements from the stores that you can't pay the migration fee and switch to value for T-Mobile? I saw mention about getting out of the contract, but not sure if migration fee / ETF would be the same thing, despite being the same price.
Going to move over to Tmobile from vzw, preferably on a value plan, after paying their $200 migration fee. Might just wait for T-mo to offer a deal on the SG3 since most stores are offering the Sprint version (BB, Radioshack) and Walmart is offering a $100gc which isn't that great to me since I don't shop there regularly.
Currently locked into a T-Mobile Value plan, but I'm looking to get a smartphone now, figured my best shot short of craigslist was adding a line to my current plan and getting a phone with it. Costco seems like my best bet, but does anybody have a better move for me here?
I know Costco will add line with phones to the value plan, but do those include installments?
I know someone said that the walmart black friday samsung galaxy s3 is for all carriers, but can anyone confirm this. I call my local Walmart and customer service online but nobody knows. It doesn't state otherwise on the flyer but if you look at the description it says something about ATT&T.
All of that is true in comparing the Galaxy S3 to the Nexus 4. However:
8-16 GB is plenty for most people.
I have a $5 charger in my car, a $2 micro-usb cable at my work and home computer and another in my bag, and if I'm going out in the city I wouldn't be carrying a spare battery with me anyway.
T-Mobile doesn't have LTE, and aren't going to start implementing it until 2014. Given that they don't yet support 3G on the iPhone in the 5th largest city in the US, I wouldn't hold my breath for LTE.
16GB Nexus 4 is $250 less than a Galaxy S3 without a contract.
If you're looking for a no-contract phone with T-Mobile, the Nexus 4 is a very strong contender at $300-350 compared to the Galaxy S3 at $600.
Take a look at the Google Nexus 4. It is listed for $350 at Google Play store. The specs seem to beat the S3 in every way, except the screen(not sure). I am thinking of going with the N4.
The Nexus 4's screen is slightly better than the S3's. The color reproduction is basically a wash, but the Nexus 4's IPS screen will display text sharper and clearer than the S3's pentile matrix display. It's not something you'd notice regularly, but websites that use red text on a black background (like PA Report used to) look blurry on pentile, as does comic book / manga text.
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