There website is showing HSPA+ 21 today.
Oh yeah. That has been showing HSPA+ 21 since the announcement. I've seen so many people confirming its 42, plus the tech specs say 42, I'm confused why someone hasn't changed it in the Play Store.
Now the Play Store is updated with HSPA+ 42.
Also it seems it's $499, not $599 directly from TMo.:smokingsomb:
Yup. 8gb = $299 16gb = $349 and HSPA+ 42. I also was concerned when I saw +21 on the Google play store but also noticed they changed it to +42
Anyone in Las Vegas have HSPA+ 42 speed test screenshots?
I'm planning on leaving Sprint, getting the Nexus 4 and getting this $30/month web special plan. My question is, once I get the SIM card activation kit and go online to activate it, is there a way to transfer my current phone number over? Or do I have to go in to a T-Mobile store or do anything else to keep my number? My wife and I are both going to be making this move and we need to keep our phone numbers.
I would also like to know how good reception is in Las Vegas. Specifically in Mountains Edge, if anyone knows. I don't know anyone who has T-Mobile to be able to ask them. We've had a few people with AT&T at our house and they had pretty much no reception. We have Sprint and we're constantly roaming. Luckily we don't have roaming charges.
Once you've activated, just call T-Mobile customer support and they will help you get your phone number transferred. I believe you have 30 days after activation to get your number transferred but, obviously, the quicker you get the number transferred the better.
Will the Nexus 4 use the regular or the micro sim card?
I read somewhere its a micro sim. I received my sim cutter a few days ago from Amazon.
That Nexus 4 looks very tempting and I'm already on the Tmo $30 ppd plan
I've heard some people get as high as 22-25mb down, average of at least 12. Not sure way out in Mountain's Edge tho.
The nexus 4 looks like a great phone, was thinking of getting the galaxy s3 on metro pcs until i seen u can get this phone cheaper on t-mobile and with similar service
how fast would u say the network speeds are compared to metro 4g?
You likely will not be disappointed with T-Mobile's HSPA+ 4G speed - provided, of course, you have a good signal, same as with any provider. Could go as high as 15-20Mbps.
I'm on Sprint and plan on getting the Nexus 4 when it comes out. But, instead of porting my current number to a particular carrier, I will port it to Google Voice. This way I can easily change carrier if I don't like the service, coverage, speed, etc.
My SIM card arrived..just got to cut it then here comes my whore(nexus 4)
FYI, they have a micro SIM you could get instead:
Sim Card Activation Kit For Prepaid Phone or Unlocked iPhone | T-Mobil
I know..I got it when it was free last week,
Then why cut it?
I ordered the monthly 4g sim card kit when it was free.....
Edit:just ordered this
So you spent $9.08 when you could've ordered microSIM activation kit last week for $0.99.
I'm just teasing.
For anyone without a SIM cutter, you can try visiting your nearest TMo store and they may cut it for you. MicroSIM activation kit wasn't available last month when I needed it so I ended up purchasing "regular" activation kit and having it cut at the TMo store for free.
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