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The T-Mobile Network Experience (TNX) now available to Sprint Customers

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I've been waiting for this to happen ever since the merger was announced. You can now swap out your SIM card for free at any former Sprint store and move over to the T-Mobile network. It took me about 10 minutes to swap two phones. it does not change your plan.

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/...customers/
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suppose you can't go back
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suppose tmobile's network better than sprint?
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suppose you can't go back
They did send me home with the Sprint SIM cards, but I suspect switching back would be harder.
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Anyone have more info on this? That article lacks a lot of info! My two main concerns are- Can some lines on the plan switch while others do not? Anyone have a current list of phones that work?
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Anyone have more info on this? That article lacks a lot of info! My two main concerns are- Can some lines on the plan switch while others do not? Anyone have a current list of phones that work?
https://www.sprint.com/en/support...ience.html
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And? That tells you even less! lol Thanks tho!
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Does Sero/Swac plans apply? They won't even let us upgrade phones at a best buy or Costco on those plans
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I did the swap and lost coverage... my magic box did not work any more
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I have 2 providers sprint and Mint (t-mobile)
In my area Sprint actually has better service. My Mint mobile doesn't take advantage of sprints network but will t-mobile if I swap my Sprint Sim over? I am skeptical if t-mobile is taking full use of sprints network.
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i would not suggest the swap now, im 99% sure tmo will offer sprint customers some crazy good device deal to switch over
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Does Sero/Swac plans apply? They won't even let us upgrade phones at a best buy or Costco on those plans
SERO is not eligible, but SWAC is eligible. That is according to Reddit. I haven't tried it myself yet.
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SERO is not eligible, but SWAC is eligible. That is according to Reddit. I haven't tried it myself yet.
SWAC is supposed to work though the reps spent 2 hours on mine with no luck.
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Anyone have more info on this? That article lacks a lot of info! My two main concerns are- Can some lines on the plan switch while others do not? Anyone have a current list of phones that work?
You can switch over 1 line at a time if you'd like; it's not all our nothing. I have 9 lines on my account (originally a framily plan) and only have switched over 4 so far. I do plan to do the rest though.
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I did it on my unlimited kick start plan and so far I like it better than sprint service. The manager told me if I don't like TNX I can go back to sprint, but I think I am staying on T-mobile. He said that T-mobile is converting all sprint towers to T-mobile, so sooner or later you will have no choice but to switch to GSM.
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