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  • About ihidbehindmusic
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    U.S.A. - T-Mobile
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    Phone enthusiast. 1 Year work experience at Best Buy, currently working at T-Mobile USA.
    Mobile devices, computers, people, PC gaming, & music.
    T-Mobile USA
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    PHONE: Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and Nexus 5
    PREVIOUS SMART PHONES: Nexus 4, Blackberry Q10, Samsung Galaxy S3, Droid Charge 4g, MyTouch 4g, MyTouch 3g Slide, and MyTouch 3g.
    TABLET: HP TouchPad - CM9 Nightly (Retired)
    COMPUTER: Custom Built - i7 2700k, , 8GB DDR3 Vengeance, 2.5TB in HDs, Radeon R7770 Ultra OC, CM Storm Case.


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  • Join Date: 19th March 2010
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From what I understood, if we leave T-Mobile we would be liable for the remaining balance of the device. Nothing more or less. (Not sure what would happen if you were to give the device back.) Haven't been able to fully confirm it though... I'l...
Well you can keep your grandfathered features, but customers always have unrealistic expectations. Not saying that yours are. And I would read post #6 in this thread, it kinda helps explain how the changes work. I honestly prefer the original J...
I've been made aware through a phone retail location that the Note 4 will release on September 26th. Unrelated, iPhone will release on the 19th. This news sounds spot on as last year the Note 3 released around three weeks after the unveiling whic...
I am not familiar with pre paid credit cards. What would be the easiest way to cash these out ? Also, the part they changed a few weeks ago.. "The amount paid will not be more than the ETF amount the customers’ previous carriers charge for the ...
They wanted to do the same thing to me when I got my Note 3, but I'm on the actually unlimited data plan and didn't want to give that up. I don't usually use too much data but when I need it I need it. T-Mobile still has fully unlimited plans. ...