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    Is there any advantage to buying at ATT instead of BB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grappler View Post
    Is there any advantage to buying at ATT instead of BB?
    You don't have to deal with cocky ignorant BB employees?
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    #43  
    Quote Originally Posted by fxspec06 View Post
    You don't have to deal with cocky ignorant BB employees?
    I wouldn't go that far. The two BB's I've been in have been all over the Veer, while the ATT store was a COMPLETE and UTTER failure, and this is a store that I have been dealing with for years. I would say it completely depends on who you are dealing with in each location. If you have someone you trust, someone knowledgeable in webOS, go to that person. If I had to buy a Veer right now, I would go to my local BB, which shocks the heck out of me.
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    I'm definitely considering a switch from Sprint to AT&T. They may be a bit more expensive, but I like the idea of finally having service where I work, also the "4G" (even if not real) speeds are pretty impressive. Especially for a device like the Veer (and Pre 3). As Sprint will most probably (if ever) just get the 3G version, while AT&T will get the HSPA+ version which is still WAY faster than 3G.

    I just have to bear the brunt of the $250ish ETF from my 3 Sprint lines... *sigh*. I just have to convince AT&T to give me some "switching to AT&T" credit or something... To lessen the sting of the Sprint ETF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirataXero View Post
    I'm definitely considering a switch from Sprint to AT&T. They may be a bit more expensive, but I like the idea of finally having service where I work, also the "4G" (even if not real) speeds are pretty impressive. Especially for a device like the Veer (and Pre 3). As Sprint will most probably (if ever) just get the 3G version, while AT&T will get the HSPA+ version which is still WAY faster than 3G.

    I just have to bear the brunt of the $250ish ETF from my 3 Sprint lines... *sigh*. I just have to convince AT&T to give me some "switching to AT&T" credit or something... To lessen the sting of the Sprint ETF.
    Im not sure if they're still doing this, but if you know someone on at&t they will give you and your friend$ 25 per line as a recomendation fee or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirataXero View Post
    I'm definitely considering a switch from Sprint to AT&T. They may be a bit more expensive, but I like the idea of finally having service where I work, also the "4G" (even if not real) speeds are pretty impressive. Especially for a device like the Veer (and Pre 3). As Sprint will most probably (if ever) just get the 3G version, while AT&T will get the HSPA+ version which is still WAY faster than 3G.

    I just have to bear the brunt of the $250ish ETF from my 3 Sprint lines... *sigh*. I just have to convince AT&T to give me some "switching to AT&T" credit or something... To lessen the sting of the Sprint ETF.

    They may very well do this. They called me to sell me dsl and wireless. I told them I was under a contract with an etf, she said they can take care of the etf. I don't know if that is in the way of a check or credit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vyruz Reaper View Post
    I know ATT is not that great, Sprint has been realy working on its cell coverage but who here thinks that I should just port my number to ATT?

    There is this small prepaid cellphone company called www.mysimplemobile.com

    From what I gathered , they use T Mobile's network which is decent. The price is $ 60.00 for everything data/voice plan (including taxes). Best of all they have the 4G (HSPA+).
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