T-MO USA customers able to roam over AT&T now?
I did read something regarding this in the Press release of the Detush Telecom TMo that Tmobile USA can roam on AT&T now?
If that is right, does this mean that when I travel to the US at anytime I can get a 50$ Tmo prepaid plan with 10$ BIS adds on then roam over AT&T 3G using my International GSM device? Also will it cost anything more?
- 12-20-2011, 12:37 PM #2
A Long, LONG, LOOONG time ago, when I had my Sidekick 3, I was traveling west through the US.
At certain points while traveling through PA, and OH the signal would bounce from Tmo- to "X"- to ATT, and vice versa.
So this has been the case for a while, not a result of the merger thing that was nixxed.
To answer your question about the prepaid card, I have no clue sadly."The Philosopher has never killed any Priests, whereas the Priest has killed a great many Philosophers."
So I can get a Tmo line and just hook on AT&T or that is only allowed within Tmo Black spots where there is no coverage at all.
Also the 50$ plan gives everything unlimited, will I get the same over AT&T if I own a Tmo US SIM?
- 12-20-2011, 12:41 PM #4
- 12-20-2011, 12:43 PM #5
- 12-20-2011, 12:44 PM #7
Does that make sense?
Back in the day when I had Tmobile, if I would get an "X" Att wouldn't pop up, unless it was a specific zone.
It is not happening.
AT&T's Doomed T-Mobile Bid Is Dead
T-Mobile Posts COO Statement Regarding End Of AT&T Talks And The Future"The Philosopher has never killed any Priests, whereas the Priest has killed a great many Philosophers."
PC World: AT&T will give T-Mobile blocks of AWS (Advanced Wireless Services) spectrum in 128 Cellular Market Areas, including 12 of the 20 largest in the U.S., Deutsche Telekom said. The carrier will gain spectrum in San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, Washington, Los Angeles, Dallas, Seattle, and other metropolitan areas, which should help it to serve more subscribers with higher speeds.