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Originally Posted by brons2 View Post
got my G2 the other day and I am loving this phone!
Yep. this is the most all-around pleasing phone I';ve ever owned.
Greetings from Simi Valley, California

=====> HTC One M7, stock 4.4.3, TWRP,
=====> LG G2 D801, stock 4.4.2, TWRP,
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My dad is retired from the military so I'm going to make him a authorized user so we can get our discount back.

T-Mobile couldn't tell me what 16 Wideband markets were active. Then another T-Mobile told me "although wideband LTE is available in 16 markets every tower in that market may not support it yet. We will continue to improve and you will continue to see advancements in the future! A customers reply "if T-Mobile doesn't have the info on when these cities would be activated why would T-Mobile announce that they are in 16 new cities now. They didn't say it's coming they said we are now in 16 new cities with wideband LTE. This is very unprofessional to say the least. Good point...

I really liked the G2 but the curved design got me with the Flex. The G2 would probably feel small now.
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