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Should I trade my nexus 5 for g2?

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By abdel12345, Senior Member on 21st January 2014, 11:46 PM
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26th January 2014, 02:09 AM |#31  
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Well it's only 1.90 so I went lose much of it did failed. Sadly the locked phone I was going to buy for sold so I'll have to find another one. But then if this doesn't work I'll be stuck on att. I'll have to see thanks

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I just used this website this morning.

Took me 7 minutes to get my code, i'm also on AT&T.

You have nothing to worry about bud, .
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26th January 2014, 02:19 AM |#32  
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I just used this website this morning.

Took me 7 minutes to get my code, i'm also on AT&T.

You have nothing to worry about bud, .

Awesome thanks. That's great now I can get a locked one a little cheaper and pay 2 bucks to unlock it

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26th January 2014, 02:54 PM |#33  
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Awesome thanks. That's great now I can get a locked one a little cheaper and pay 2 bucks to unlock it

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Yeah, just make sure that you get AT&T or T-Mobile.

Verizon - Costs in-between Sprint and AT&T because it's pre-unlocked, but the service can be iffy.

Sprint - Just complete ****e. You can't use other SIMs and expect to have good service.

AT&T and T-Mobile, for example, are $450 on Ebay. Verizon are ~$350-$400 and Sprint have gone anywhere from $250-$350 that I've seen.
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26th January 2014, 03:02 PM |#34  
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Yeah, just make sure that you get AT&T or T-Mobile.

Verizon - Costs in-between Sprint and AT&T because it's pre-unlocked, but the service can be iffy.

Sprint - Just complete ****e. You can't use other SIMs and expect to have good service.

AT&T and T-Mobile, for example, are $450 on Ebay. Verizon are ~$350-$400 and Sprint have gone anywhere from $250-$350 that I've seen.

Right now it looks like I might be going with Verizon. I saw a thread where it said if you flash the T-Mobile fw with a fix from lg flex it works fine with everything even 4g though I won't need that. If I find a cheaper att one I'll get that (T-Mobile seems to be the most expensive) but as of now I have a deal to get a Verizon one as line long as I can sell my nexus 5 first.

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