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    Blender7
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    Hey guys,
    I figure you guys would know best on what to do.
    I am moving (from Canada to the US) for 4 months in May. I am currently with Rogers on contract here. I told them to put a hold on the contract for those 4 months. I also have iPhone 3g unlocked.
    Now What I want to do is have a phone that has some txt about 200 minutes and some kind of data. I have read so many different things though saying I can get all of that for 10 a month...??

    If anyone here could help me out that would be great (keeping in mind I more than likely have to stick with T mobile or AT&T) because i need the sim card.

    Any links also or ebay auctions or whatever would be fantastic.

    Thanks a lot guys,
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    triksthedude
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    Re: Need advice on my 4 month stay in US.

    Come to New Zealand Noob .



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    lmouskouri
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    Re: Need advice on my 4 month stay in US.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blender7 View Post
    Hey guys,
    I figure you guys would know best on what to do.
    I am moving (from Canada to the US) for 4 months in May. I am currently with Rogers on contract here. I told them to put a hold on the contract for those 4 months. I also have iPhone 3g unlocked.
    Now What I want to do is have a phone that has some txt about 200 minutes and some kind of data. I have read so many different things though saying I can get all of that for 10 a month...??

    If anyone here could help me out that would be great (keeping in mind I more than likely have to stick with T mobile or AT&T) because i need the sim card.

    Any links also or ebay auctions or whatever would be fantastic.

    Thanks a lot guys,
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    Go with T-Mobile-- I am a satisfied customer (coming from AT&T)... Their prepaid plans are pretty decent (even though I'm in a contract with them). You can buy just a sim card directly from T-Mo (online or in a corporate store). AT&T's prepaid products don't allow you to roam, so there's big dead zones in the US, and don't even thing about trying to use AT&T outside the US. I know people that have T-Mo prepaid and they can even take their T-Mo phones to Canada and use them up there as well because you can roam on T-Mo prepaid.



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