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Originally Posted by withoutink I totally agree with you. I was a former customer of ... BlackBerry Curve forum

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    Re: Should I dump T-Mo and get the AT&T Curve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by withoutink
    I totally agree with you. I was a former customer of ATT before they switched to Cingular and I hated that I had to enter "special codes" on my phone just so I could get reception where I worked. It seemed like too much of a hastle from time to time.
    If you were entering "special codes" you were using the antique TDMA or CDMA network.....not GSM

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    Re: Should I dump T-Mo and get the AT&T Curve?

    Quote Originally Posted by Souly
    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~WELL ASIDE FROM LL THAT HOW BOUT THE FACT THAT CINGULAR/AT&T WILL NOT INSURE ANY PDA'S YUP NO INSURANCE! YUP IPHONES ALSO!to each his own thou lol
    There is a way around that. If you are an existing customer that upgrades to a PDA and you, previous to the upgrade, have insurance attached to your account, AT&T will honor that if anything not covered by the manufacturer happens to the PDA.....or you could just be more careful and then not have to worry

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    Re: Should I dump T-Mo and get the AT&T Curve?

    what the... I pay 49.99 a month for my data calling and mms and sms... all unlimited... and my rool over DAMN... 10's of thousands.... I dont get a discount or anything... are the service fees different for state and area? or unformal throught the USA for AT&T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigotek
    Actually on a BB, the data network here in my area is more stable on T-Mo than it is on Cing (I have an 8700c and my Step-Bro has an 8100 and he has better data coverage than I do). In fact, since the launch of the iPhone my data reliability has decreased to the point that I lose EDGE at least once a day. Unbeknownst to most (found out through our PC connected to T-Mobile through a PC-Card) at&t wasn't the only one to update their Edge Network. T-Mobile here is connecting at over 240 on a PC.

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    Wow. I am starting to realize that I am loosing EDGE once a day too. It recently started to happen to me. I didn't know it was because of that though.

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