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    Wally57
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    I am interested in going T-Mobile To-Go since they offer the cheapest rates based on my usage. There have been rumors that T-Mo T-G will be starting to allow roaming outside of their native network (RE: http://go4prepaid.blogspot.com/2006/...s-have-to.html), which would theoretically improve the coverage in my area (Upstate NY). Does anyone happen to know it there is anything behind these rumors?

    Also, I was looking at the Samsung x495. Does anyone have any comments or experience with it?

    Thanks a bunch!


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    i own the samsung X495 and i love it! the design the reception ( i get great reception) im in hamilton ohio by te way a small town. and yes the rumors are true ive spoken to a couple reps about it. if you have any questions about the X495 pm me il gladly help ya out.
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    I haven't heard anything about roaming for TMO pre-pay. Not to say that it's not possible, but I have not heard any word on it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RRODRIG30
    I haven't heard anything about roaming for TMO pre-pay. Not to say that it's not possible, but I have not heard any word on it.
    Same here, but my store really don't get fed the newest news first either. My T-Mobile Rep. isn't the best at getting us updated on info like that.



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    whats HOFO mean???
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    HOFO is howardforums, which looks a lot like this place



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    Yeah, thats where I got a lot of that information in the first place. Though I called up a T-Mo rep, and she really didn't know anything about it.

    I can see some reasoning behind allowing roaming, though. TMTG's coverage area is borderline laughable, and since T-Mobile had a a good year last year in terms of pre-pay sales, I suppose it would make sense for them to try and get some more customers on board. Just a thought.



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    I actually never heard of it either, it would be my big surprise if they plan to do this, otherwise I couldn't even got my to work after my move from Minnesota to here Montana since its native network also.
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    cant belive no one has heard about it.
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    Theoretically it's supposed to start in March (according to a few people who called up T-Mo). But as much as I would love to see it, I'm not holding my breath...



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    T-Mobile now roaming with Cingular in SF Bay Area

    I activated a T-mobile To_go account on Monday Mar-13-2006 and the T-Mobile CS rep stated Cingular roaming started two days earlier. She walked me through the method for changing networks. I live in the SF Bay Area and confirmed that the phone does show both available networks.

    It seems I get the best of both worlds now with the most favorable rates via T-Mobile (.10/min, 1 year exp) and better coverage in my area via Cingular's network.

    I second the great customer service at T-Mobile. Although limited to an initial contact to start a new account, the call connected quickly to a real human and the rep was VERY helpful and efficient.



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