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 04-17-2018 02:10 AM
SecretAgentCarl
 
Originally posted by jet1000:
You're telling me what I should think now?



I don't need to waste anyone's time


So you just sit there and demand proof for others opinions yet don't provide any for your own? Seems irrational.


Ohhh it's too late for that. Why start worrying about wasting people's time now.



I mean since everyone knows it will work, there's got to be one example somewhere out there of it working. Funny thing though.....there isn't. All there is is you trying to convince me it will. Still not convinced. Sorry. Also I didn't ask you if iPhones worked, I asked you if you are claiming that if someone went and bought a TMobile branded iPhone from TMobile, that it would work. Is that what you are claiming? It's a simple yes or no. If you're not going to answer the question that's fine, I personally don't care, but at least make up a response that answers the actual question asked.
 
 04-17-2018 02:07 AM
jet1000
 
Originally posted by SecretAgentCarl:
Well you would think you would want to post some proof


You're telling me what I should think now? I don't take direction from you.

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All over the tzones thread where you repeatedly tell people that no current TMobile branded device will work with tzones and tell them to look for unlocked devices instead. Guess you're lying to them then?


Not lying at all. Here's a post I made in that thread from 1/16/17 saying the same thing I said today:

Originally posted by jet1000:
iPhone usually work on T-zones. Branded android phones like the S7 Edge usually are blocked.


https://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php/1491386-Grandfathered-5-99-T-Zones-Data-Discuss-All-Related-Questions-Here-ONLY?p=16785050#post16785050

If you want to take an issue with a post I made in that thread, then quote it and respond. But don't try to come in here and say that I'm lying all over the tzones thread. That is such a false allegation. You know so little about tzones that you're the one who just today said that T-Mobile will state that the Alcatel Go is "ineligble for a tzones account"


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You should report your beliefs to them about the go flip,


Anybody who reads that thread and knows about tzones ALREADY knows that the Go Flip will work on tzones. I don't need to waste anyone's time posting about it in that thread. You're the only one I've seen who doesn't think it will work.
 
 04-17-2018 02:06 AM
 @TheRealDanny
 
Originally posted by NashGuy615:
T-Mobile still offers much more then Verizon and AT&T besides taxes and fees and T-Mobile Tuesday. GoGo WiFi in airplanes, unlimited data and text outside the US and Netflix. Kickback was a promotion as it stated. Also, you would have to compare Verizon’s beyond unlimited at $85 for one line which is comparable to T-Mobiles $70 minus the hotspot speeds. Their basic unlimited, they will slow you down anytime a tower/area is congested.


You are right and we have the highest data deprioritization threshold with a smartphone lease plan that let's us upgrade every month if we want to.

I love my free MLB.TV premium account, my $0.25 off per gallon of gas at Shell, my $2 Dunkin Donut coupons, my free Men's Health Annual subscription, all the cool schwag.... the list goes on and on.

I know you already mentioned it but I'm a HUGE fan of getting free text and data while traveling; cause I travel a lot.

For the 20 or so US citizens offended by the move to remove Kickback and the 10 others expressing manufactured outrage about it on the internet I hope they vote with their wallets and take their business elsewhere.
 
 04-17-2018 12:05 AM
SecretAgentCarl
 
Originally posted by jet1000:
Why the heck do I need to offer one person?




You are the first to even suggest such a thing.



Well you would think you would want to post some proof of your claims.



No I'm not, you are actually. All over the tzones thread where you repeatedly tell people that no current TMobile branded device will work with tzones and tell them to look for unlocked devices instead. Guess you're lying to them then? Not sure why you would do that but hey, if you want to lie to them lie to them. You should report your beliefs to them about the go flip, I mean it has WiFi calling and volte 2 things that are important to people. Unless of course you're not really that confident that it would work and are just going on and on to try to cause an argument. But you wouldn't do that.
 
 04-16-2018 11:59 PM
jet1000
 
Originally posted by SecretAgentCarl:
Post 80 of this thread, you said this

"I already posted a link to the phone that they do sell that will work on t-zones."

But when asked for proof of this statement you couldn't offer even one person accomplishing this



Offer one person? Why the heck do I need to offer one person? T-Zones was sold as a data plan for dumbphones (or the politically correct term was Feature Phones.) I found a Feature Phone they currently sell. Posted a link. Done. End of story. I'm smart enough to know that it meets T-Mobile standards for t-zones to work. I don't need to "offer one person". I have enough knowledge to know that it will work based upon the phone's description.

You're the one making the outlandish claim that because it has kaiOS, "They'll claim that makes it ineligible for a tzones account. " I certainly have never seen a claim posted that t-mobile denied a feature phone on t-zones. Not once. You are the first to even suggest such a thing.

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Thus making your post on post 80 of this thread very inaccurate.


Actually it's far more accurate than your post that it won't work because it has kaiOS. Just more nonsense that nobody is buying.



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Few people left on those plans huh? Wonder why that is.


Fewer people have dumbphones so fewer people have a need for a dumbphone data plan.
 
 04-16-2018 11:54 PM
 NashGuy615
 
T-Mobile still offers much more then Verizon and AT&T besides taxes and fees and T-Mobile Tuesday. GoGo WiFi in airplanes, unlimited data and text outside the US and Netflix. Kickback was a promotion as it stated. Also, you would have to compare Verizon's beyond unlimited at $85 for one line which is comparable to T-Mobiles $70 minus the hotspot speeds. Their basic unlimited, they will slow you down anytime a tower/area is congested.
 
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