Nexus 4 on T-mobile, anyone?

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  1. BCM

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    There website is showing HSPA+ 21 today.
     

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  2. Atma

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    Which website?
     
  3. BCM

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  6. doboy

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    Also it seems it's $499, not $599 directly from TMo.:smokingsomb:
     
  7. thebryceee

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    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?
     

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  8. Risket

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    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.
     
  9. mogelijk

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    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.
     
  10. SuperDave70

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    Will the Nexus 4 use the regular or the micro sim card?
     
  11. Atma

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    I read somewhere its a micro sim. I received my sim cutter a few days ago from Amazon.
     
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  12. tube517

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    That Nexus 4 looks very tempting and I'm already on the Tmo $30 ppd plan
     
  13. thebryceee

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    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.
     
  14. supersalvo

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    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?
     
  15. Crashdamage

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    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.
     
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  16. phatning

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    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.
     
  17. mogelijk

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  18. MT Rotor

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    My SIM card arrived..just got to cut it then here comes my whore(nexus 4):cool:
     
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  20. MT Rotor

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  21. aurora40

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    Then why cut it?

     
  22. MT Rotor

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    I ordered the monthly 4g sim card kit when it was free..[​IMG]...

    Edit:just ordered this[​IMG]
     
  23. doboy

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    So you spent $9.08 when you could've ordered microSIM activation kit last week for $0.99. ;)
    I'm just teasing.
     
  24. MT Rotor

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    :thumbup::D:cool:
     
  25. doboy

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    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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