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Discussion in 'General Business Forum' started by Shaun_Pearce, Sep 14, 2009.
Yeh mannnn, i had it for about 5 months now i think,
I dont know what frame of mindest you were in when getting a c903
you want an i phone simple as, i used to think the textin would be hard, you just tilt it sideways and you get a screen like a laptop easy to use
I have a BB Curve 8900 (8 months in) Fantastic phone but the iPhone is something else!
I agree i had an 8900 curve about 1yr ago, and i got sooooooo bored with it, and the homepage is boring, theres to many internal boring white screens, and my rollerball kept playin up, got sand in it
It blows my mind how people prefer a bb to iphone alsomst to the extent i could lose sleep over it,
Should have seen the phone before that . It was just a good deal with that specific phone at the time.
ohhhhh, you was on an economy drive
The i-phone is available on upgrade for personal customers on t-mobile on certain higher consumer plans. It should come with us merging with Orange but unsure when and it will not be available at a discounted price.
Has anyone got the HTC desire yet? Would like to get some feedback on this phone.
You made me feel special reading that,
"im a higher consumer plan customer"
When's the handset upgrade due on your 24 month contracts Michael?
Hi Sorry for late reply, my laptop crashed and just had repaired. The upgrade is 21 to 23 months. You get a 24 hour nex day exchange for full 24 months as well
Hopefully we'll have the iPhone when mine's due
Something new that is available for all T-Mobile Blackberry users, if your going abroad you can add a feature for £12.77(can be added or removed when ever needed). This gives you unlimited e-mails/bbm messenger and internet browsing whilst abroad in any country.
I know a few people before have asked about a capped data rate so this may be just the thing.
Please can you get in touch with me with regards to query with the next due bill,
Hi lee, sent you a pm will be able to call tomorrow thanks
Michael, interesting what you say about working abroad, rates for using email etc in Europe can be outrageous. So £12.77 provides you with unlimited internet, emails and bbm for how long if you're abroad?
The £12.77 charge is per month, but the service can be added or removed on a monthly basis. The roaming rates if you don't have this are £1.28 per Mb in Europe, £3 in the USA and £7.50 for the rest of the world so it is east to clock up a bill easily if you run this service without the capped charge
Just a heads up for those who have asked, unfortunately the business unlimited @£30 has now been removed but the £35 plan offers the 1st 3 months at £20.
What deal you can do for HTC desire?
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Hi Shaun, The android platform seems to be the biggest seller at the moment. The main device being the HTC Desire. I Can do
1,000 minutes any network any time(inc calls to Europe, USA & Canada)
Unlimited Internet & E-mail
Free Desire for
£24.50(should be £40) with £25 credit after 3 months. I've sent you a pm with this.