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julias Posts: > 500

Remember that T-Mobile are not what they used to be they are now "Everything Everywhere" with their recent merger with Orange so are better capable of handling user traffic since bother T-Mobile and Orange will be riding each others networks so in effect your getting the benefit of 2 networks with T-Mobile now.
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Posted: 2012-02-10 02:21:35
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

Yes true. I get good reception everywhere these days better than O2.
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Posted: 2012-02-10 10:31:00
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fluke9 Posts: 461

So are there CS UK based ??

Possible make or break on that.
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Posted: 2012-02-11 01:11:16
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

They're based in Phillipines but they are much better than Indian call centres. Some parts of customer service is still in UK I think in Wales. But I have never had any problems with them they been good and I have rarely ever had to call them.
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Posted: 2012-02-11 18:52:00
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etaab Posts: > 500

I rarely need to contact customer services thankfully.

Only network ive had serious problems with was Vodafone. Sick of O2's poor coverage in my place of work also.

Maybe T-Mobile are pretty confident about their network being able to cope as they're testing their LTE ?
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Posted: 2012-02-11 21:58:22
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

Oh good news then. It's about time soon we had 4G we are too behind I get good speeds on T Mobile. They have come a long way since One2One days eh??
[ This Message was edited by: Bonovox on 2012-02-11 22:20 ]

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Posted: 2012-02-11 23:17:55
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etaab Posts: > 500

AFAIK One2One was a different company entirely and was simply bought by T-mobile in Germany in 2002. I remember being on One2one at that time and receiving communications from them that T-mobile would be taking over. Back then, O2 was known as BT Cellnet and was relatively unpopular amongst my friends.

So for me, when i do eventually move on from my N8 it'll more than likely be with T-mobile. I will have come full circle. I started my mobile phone experience with Orange, then Vodafone, T-mobile, O2, 3 and now probably on my way back to T-Mobile.
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Posted: 2012-02-12 20:39:17
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

I have been through them all too but been happiest on T Mobile. Whenever I was with the other networks I was always on the phone to CS with issues. T Mobile I have called 5 times in 2 years. Also coverage is better than ever even before the Orange take over. A while ago T Mobile were struggling which seems odd to me they are the best. Back in the early days I always loved Orange the best.
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Posted: 2012-02-13 22:01:08
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fluke9 Posts: 461

Think i will go with the 36 iPhone deal.
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Posted: 2012-02-14 21:38:35
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

Yeah the unlimited text T Mobile calls and internet and 2000 minutes is surely enough for most. I have 600 minutes and I get through less than 100
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Posted: 2012-02-15 12:32:00
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