[opensource] best phone company
doug at douglasstanley.com
Mon Dec 21 22:04:05 EST 2009
I agree, all companies suck. I am however, a loyal Tmobile customer
with an android based phone,
and couldn't imagine not having one. That being said, all major
companies have android phones now
(except at&t, but I think they're getting one soon).
Tmobile is also getting rid of contracts, you can buy the phone out
right or make payments. Also, google
is rumored to be releasing their own independent android phone, which
should work on either tmobile or
at&t (it'll be unlocked).
Since this IS the opensource club, I just thought it only fitting that
I give the only opensource phones some
On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 9:08 PM, Robert Grimm <robertgrimm at gmail.com> wrote:
> All phone companies suck. I've been with all the major companies. I
> prefer AT&T right now because they have the iPhone, the fastest
> network, and the ability to do voice and data simultaneously. Sprint
> wasn't bad when I was with them. I left T-Mobile because their
> coverage was terrible. At the time, Sprint had the best coverage of
> companies that weren't Verizon.
> I wouldn't go with Verizon until they are the victim of a hostile
> takeover or lose all their management in some way. Their coverage is
> great, but that is all I can say for them. When I left, they were
> crippling phones and forcing people to buy extra services that they
> didn't want. The phone I wanted was crippled so you couldn't use
> bluetooth for file transfer. You had to buy their $70 cable.
> All that said, AT&T is talking about getting rid of the unlimited data
> because iPhone customers are using all the bandwidth. They're making
> record profits from this, but they are doing nothing to expand their
> network to support smart phones. I'm staying with them because I can't
> imagine going back to a phone that isn't the iPhone.
> Robert Grimm
> Voice: (614) 212-4625
> On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 8:32 PM, Aaron Joseph <joseph.181 at osu.edu> wrote:
>> I want to leave sprint and get a new company for my cell phone. Now I need
>> to find out where to go. My first though "I want an iphone"... then I
>> figured maybe I should ask for other people's opinions. I was also
>> considering getting a Droid, but verison has shown up on slashdot too much
>> for my liking. So what's the best choice?
>> --Aaron Joseph
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