I have no loyalty to any wireless providers and will use whoever has better service in my apartment! Ever since att installed a new tower near my place, I've switched to them and am now happily away from the crippled phones of Verizon.
Yep....but now CellularOne is the New At&t~all I can say is that the in store service sucks (sign up sheet and over an hour wait) and I'm really, really glad that I was able to order online through the at&t website.
Yeah, if you try to give me another phone with AT&T, there better be a very good reason why I should leave my BB. I definitely don't want a Treo, Motorolas aren't that good with batteries, and while they made the Pantech Duo in red (my favorite color), I didn't like it felt in my hands when I played with it. So handset wise, I'm definitely loyal towards my Berry, as much as I am loyal to AT&T.
Well, if I'd never gotten a Blackberry for personal use, I suppose I'd probably still be with VZW. But I did and now I'm with T-Mo. 'Nuff said. As long as T-Mo keeps bustin' out the cool BBs like the 8320 Curve, I'll stay. Service is pretty good, I really dig my wi-fi Curve, and their plan pricing can't be beat. No reason to switch for me.
1. Your BlackBerry??? or 2. Your Wireless Carrier???
I absolutely love my BlackBerry Curve. It is clearly THE best phone I've ever had or ever seen. It is an amazing piece of technology.
But a year from now, there will probably be another BlackBerry even more awesome.
What there won't be is a carrier who works as well for me as T-Mobile.
No, I couldn't ever go back to the HORRIBLE abuse AT&T calls customer service; nor could I rationalize paying so much more than I have to for so much less.
No I couldn't ever go back to the endless technical screwups and billing errors that one must endless suffer with when using Verizon.
And no, I could never see a reason to consider Sprint -- a carrier who has never gotten anything put the poorest customer satisfaction ratings from J.D. Power and Counsumer Reports.
There may be other phone options aside from the BlackBerry that I could live with, but I just couldn't ever see suffering with any of the other carriers who just don't measure up, in my opinion, to T-Mobile.
I'm glad I don't really have to make this choice but if I did, it would be to stick with T-Mobile.
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