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I had that plan up until a few weeks ago when I found out I got scammed and my Note 3 was blocked by T-Mobile. (sniff sniff)

Now I have the Straight Talk AT&T plan at about $50 per month for 2.5 GB of data. I don't even know how many minutes I have cause I never bothered to look.
You got scammed? You mean bought a too-cheap-to-be-true Note 3 that 'fell' off the back of a truck? >

$30/mo here. Almost too-cheap-to-be-true too. I worry about this plans future.
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You got scammed? You mean bought a too-cheap-to-be-true Note 3 that 'fell' off the back of a truck? >

$30/mo here. Almost too-cheap-to-be-true too. I worry about this plans future.
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You got scammed? You mean bought a too-cheap-to-be-true Note 3 that 'fell' off the back of a truck? >

$30/mo here. Almost too-cheap-to-be-true too. I worry about this plans future.
Yeah, the truck had a license plate labeled 'SWAPPA'. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2605960

As for that plan, it's been around for a while (it was originally called the Walmart Plan when I signed up), I don't think it's going anywhere anytime soon.


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Yeah, the truck had a license plate labeled 'SWAPPA'. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2605960
That's where I bought mine from too, for $690 in October. Hope you got it worked out.

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As for that plan, it's been around for a while (it was originally called the Walmart Plan when I signed up), I don't think it's going anywhere anytime soon.
Yeah, I switched to it about a year ago, when you could only get it via Walmart or online via self-signup (which was a slightly botched process). I'm just afraid that if too many "data hogs" hop on for cheap data that t-mobile's bean counters will remove or jackup the $30 plan, since there's no contract to stop 'em.
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That's where I bought mine from too, for $690 in October. Hope you got it worked out.

Yeah, I switched to it about a year ago, when you could only get it via Walmart or online via self-signup (which was a slightly botched process). I'm just afraid that if too many "data hogs" hop on for cheap data that t-mobile's bean counters will remove or jackup the $30 plan, since there's no contract to stop 'em.
A lot of my friends have been extremely reluctant to switch to the $30 plan. They just can't get over the low minutes. So I think we're (or rather you're) safe for now.


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