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    justcallmeju is offline

    Okay, so I moved to Connecticut in May. I have probably one of the first razors that came out haha. The phone I bought broke after a few months so I had to go back to the razor. Anyway, Tmobile is not the best in Hartford and I don't get that great of reception...ever. So I called them to ask about canceling my contract due to terrible service. Their response was I need a new phone or it will be 200 dollars to cancel. So, I go to the tmobile store and the only way to really get a new phone at an affordable price is to upgrade for another 2 years! I don't want tmobile for another 2 years. I have 1 more year to go and then I am switching. If I don't upgrade, it's still going to be pretty pricey to buy a new phone.

    So, my question is... Can I buy a prepaid tmobile phone and just put my sim card in it? Will that work...and is it worth it? I need a phone that will actually make and receive calls for work and family stuff. If you can help that would be great!

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    Re: Bad Service and I need a new phone

    Yes, You can put a T-Mobile in Simcard in any T-Mobile branded phone and it should work. The only problem I see that may occur is if the Sim is to old, it may not work correctly, or give you a great signal, but I don't think that would be a problem. Grab a $20 phone from Walmart and throw it in and see what happens. If you get a Sim card error, go to T-Mobile and have them swap the Sim for a new one. You will be able to do anything else you can with a normal phone, accept MyFavs will have to be done on the computer, but you will still get MyFav charges for the numbers dialed if they are a MyFav!
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