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IPHONE now available on T-mobile - 800MINS UNLIMITED TEXT £35MTH 24MTHS contract

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YOU CAN GET THE IPHONE ON TMOBILE,CALL UP AND SAY YOU WANT TO CANCEL AND YOU CAN GET THE IPHONE,THE BEST THING ABOUT IT IS THAT TMOBILE HAS THE BEST INTERNET CONNECTION AND YOU DONT GET CHARGED IF YOU…
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YOU CAN GET THE IPHONE ON TMOBILE,CALL UP AND SAY YOU WANT TO CANCEL AND YOU CAN GET THE IPHONE,THE BEST THING ABOUT IT IS THAT TMOBILE HAS THE BEST INTERNET CONNECTION AND YOU DONT GET CHARGED IF YOU HIT THE FAIR USE POLICY WITH THE INTERNET.800MINS UNLIMITED TEXT £35MTH 24MTHS
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#1
Title needs to be descriptive... amended :)
#2
Link does not work...
#3
it's not on their site so cold from me
#4
I had heard that T-Mobile were giving a select few customers, mainly high usage business customers iPhones from T-Mobile Germany if they wanted to cancel. Didn't know they had started doing it for all customer though, good new if they have!
#5
On O2 data usage is unlimited though?
banned#6
Three have the best mobile internet. Fact.
#7
How anyone can possibly think these things are desirable at the prices / deals available is utterly beyond me I'm afraid. Overpriced, overhyped trickery imho, wouldn't be interestedat £35 per month on a 6 month contract, except for the fact I'd be able to sell it to some poor sucker for twice what it's worth at the end of the contract!
#8
eat your heart out- O2 your going to loss a lot of customers, i'm leaving O2 and i'll never return i'm going with Vodafone:p
#9
LotusJas
On O2 data usage is unlimited though?


I Think you'll find while it says unlimited but it isn't so as O2 uses a more strict fair usage policy than T-Mobile. Also while t-mobile internet connection is better than O2 it is not as good as the full 7.2mbps Vodafone offer. O2 will eventually get access to the Vodafone network in a deal in place to share network access.
#10
LotusJas
On O2 data usage is unlimited though?

O2 are crap they're worst than 3;-) sorry i mean O2 are the worst
#11
rishmx2009
Three have the best mobile internet. Fact.


3 does not have the nest internet! NO WAY! they usually have very good sounding deals but thats if you can get coverage, I live in London and their signal cuts out all the time. They ONLY have a 3G network, so when that goes they don't have a 2G network for the handset to switch to!
#12
Krude1
3 does not have the nest internet! NO WAY! they usually have very good sounding deals but thats if you can get coverage, I live in London and their signal cuts out all the time. They ONLY have a 3G network, so when that goes they don't have a 2G network for the handset to switch to!


O2 dont have any 3G:oops:
#13
I have had a contact with 3 for 6 months now. Signal has always been very good and even better than my mate who's on Vodafone. Internet is better than him to as i always seem to be able to get on and he doesn't. Even customer service has been excellent and when i have called they have always been very good. 3 has changed.
#14
Hmmm... all pretty confusing here.

I've used 3, Vodafone and O2, and found that O2 gives me the most reliable signal (typically between Kent and London).

Secondly, I've now bene on O2 for 6 months and not run into any fair usage limit so far - so if it's there, it's set pretty high.

Finally, I don't understand the no 3G comment. 3G connects fine on O2 for me? Is it perhaps using some other network under a network sharing deal then? (I don't care either way as it works fine :) )
#15
karpy
I Think you'll find while it says unlimited but it isn't so as O2 uses a more strict fair usage policy than T-Mobile. Also while t-mobile internet connection is better than O2 it is not as good as the full 7.2mbps Vodafone offer. O2 will eventually get access to the Vodafone network in a deal in place to share network access.


The O2 deal with vodafone is for site sharing not network sharing. I know because I'm involved with installing some of the new equipment. Also O2 do have a 3g network,many of their sites have both 2g and 3g antennas and new sites get combined antennas. 3 only operate a 3g network but when they have no network available use the T-mobile 2g network.
#16
rishmx2009
Three have the best mobile internet. Fact.


If you are on 3 try surfing some of the more "dubious sites" they have censorship.:oops:

Is this thread about the deal or who has the best network???????
#17
Censorship??? Not when i've been using the internet. Also 3 piggy back on Orange for 2G
#18
weebigal
The O2 deal with vodafone is for site sharing not network sharing. I know because I'm involved with installing some of the new equipment. Also O2 do have a 3g network,many of their sites have both 2g and 3g antennas and new sites get combined antennas. 3 only operate a 3g network but when they have no network available use the T-mobile 2g network.


WRONG!!!!!!

Proposal
http://www.telecoms.com/8638/vodafone-and-o2-network-sharing-move-in-the-uk-would-reverberate-around-the-industry

Confirmation
http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/Companies/ByEvent/TradingNews/Analysis/article/20090325/348fdffa-185f-11de-88e6-00144f2af8e8/Network-deals-signal-new-future-for-Vodafone.jsp

You my freind are talking rubbish. This is now a cert as Orange and TMobile are merging. All deals were announced at a similar time.
#19
I was offered this last week when I cancelled my contract. It's only the 3G version though not the 3GS. I said no thanks. ;)
#20
Krude1
3 does not have the nest internet! NO WAY! they usually have very good sounding deals but thats if you can get coverage, I live in London and their signal cuts out all the time. They ONLY have a 3G network, so when that goes they don't have a 2G network for the handset to switch to!


3 can switch to a 2G network when you can't get a 3G signal from 3, it piggybacks off the Orange network (used to be o2).

rhodyate
O2 dont have any 3G:oops:


AND

o2 does a 3G network. All the older networks have both a 3G and 2G networks. Don't think they paid out billions on 3G licences and didn't develop a 3G network.
#21
three got the best internet.... i m amazed to hear that cauz their service is really poor... ;(
#22
agreed with tpol ... i am using 3 from 6 months .. worst netwrk covrg .. thts a fact!
#23
My apologies I wasn't very clear. Most networks have a standard GSM/2G network (fine for calling texting but too slow to use for surfing), but in recent years the UK networks also use 3G networks (ideal for surfing the internet/video calling). The 3 (THREE) network does not have a 2G network, they only have the faster 3G network so once you lose that then you have no reception at all. Whereas with all the other networks, when you lose the 3G signal, you handset automatically switches to the less advanced 2G network, which means you can still make/receive both calls and texts.

With regards to which network is better, it really does depend on personal experience and everyone I know hates 3 for crap coverage and crap customer services. I hate talking to my mates on 3, I keep having to call them back because it cuts out and we're in London (i'm on O2 at the moment)

I hope that's cleared that up!
#24
T-Mobile has the worst network availability in the world, avoid!
Who told you they are the best....the T-Mobile rep?

I switched from t-mobile as i couldn't make calls they had such poor coverage!!
All of my family have done the same.
#25
mercurystar999
Also 3 piggy back on Orange for 2G


Is that a fact?
#26
philz55;6668579
If you are on 3 try surfing some of the more "dubious sites" they have censorship.:oops:

Is this thread about the deal or who has the best network???????

All networks filter material its actually requred by law that they do, you have to prove to the operator you are over 18 and request they take the filter off.

I agree with your point about this thread, not had confirmation of anyone actually getting one yet other than the OP.
#27
mercurystar999
Also 3 piggy back on Orange for 2G


I want to know if thats true too

potatouk
All networks filter material its actually requred by law that they do, you have to prove to the operator you are over 18 and request they take the filter off.



Thats a little strange, dont you need to be 18 to even sign a contract? Even though you might sign it for someone else who cant get one (like a son or daughter).
when you sign a contract, doesnt it states that the contract holder would be using the phone? :?
#28


If you actually READ the second article you'll see it's saying pretty much the same as I was except the term network can be confusing. At each cornerstone site both operators have antennas to their own spec and their own radio equipment at the base of the mast. As far as customers are concerned there will still be distinct O2 and vodafone networks. If you are on O2 and have no signal you will not be able to make/recieve calls just because there is a vodafone signal and vice versa. However with the extra sites being shared coverage should improve for both.

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