While Im not an iphone fan, I hope this brings more money to T-mobile and makes them more competitive so they can put up more towers or whatever they need to do to increase signal and area covered. Hopefully they didnt have to sell their soul in the deal though and have to increase costs to compensate.
Haha, I don't think they'll need to sell their soul. After all they are the last big carrier to get the Iphone, and really late at that. Anything to create competition is a good thing in my book.
With that Gorgeous T-mobile model holding up the iPhone I wouldn't be surprised to see Apple's shares go back from their little plunge haha
And it's easy to read between the lines, but what if something hilariously ironic happens like... Just the iPad going to T-mobile and not the iPhone at all. Of course, that really wouldn't make sense but it would be pretty funny haha.
And its safe to say that the phone unlocking market will be taking a big ding from this announcement but it's good to add some variety to T-mobiles cell phone selection and especially a product as popular as the iPhone
Actually from what I read yesterday about t-mobile opening up their LTE on band 4, this could be a really good move for T-Mobile. No one else using band 4 in the US, so if you travel quite a bit to other countries who do use band 4, making the move to t-mobile may be a better option for you.
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