Nexus 4 on T-mobile, anyone?

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  1. thebryceee

    thebryceee Well-Known Member
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    Instead of ordering a micro sim cutter for $10, I just ordered a micro sim from T-Mobile today for 99 cents.
     

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  2. MT Rotor

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    My sim cutter came in..and stuck the card in and BAM micro sim...

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]..does it look right?
     
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  3. Atma

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    I checked on getting a micro-sim before the S3 came out and couldn't because it was only available for contract, or so I was told. I just ordered a pre-paid micro-sim yesterday from Tmo for 99 cents. I already have the monthly $30 4G plan. Anyone know if I can go online and switch that plan to the micro-sim?
     
  4. doboy

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    It looks about right compared to the one I had TMo store cut for me except for the burr. May need to file it down a bit. If you have a spare SIM I would hold off on cutting that one with that tool.
     
  5. Atma

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    After searching Tmo support I found the answer to my question. I can switch the plan from my current sim to the micro-sim. Just not sure I can do it online. I'll visit a Tmo store when its time and see if they can do it.
     
  6. Atma

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    For those worried about no LTE and wondering about the speed of T-Mobile's HSPA+, this is from a review I was just reading on Business Insider.

    On the other hand, things may not be so bad if you're a T-Mobile customer. I tested the Nexus 4 on T-Mobile's 4G network in New York, and the speeds were in line with what I've seen using LTE on AT&T and Verizon. Very impressive.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. eljefe0000

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    no doubt tmobiles speed aint bad at all ive gotten well over 15 in certain spots
     
  8. MT Rotor

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    +1 for profile pic
     
  9. Kahroo

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    May go from VM to T-Mobile. But my question is say I use all 5GBs of 4G data do I get brought down to 3G or 2G?
     
  10. Crashdamage

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    2G. But you will never pay an overcharge and true unlimited plans are available.
     
  11. Risket

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    What are their 2G speeds? I'd imagine probably around the 0.07mbps I'm getting on Sprints 3G.
     
  12. Kahroo

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    True unlimited on prepaid? How much?
     
  13. MT Rotor

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    Why skip 3g?
     
  14. thebryceee

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    HSPA+ is technically 3G even tho they say it's 4G.
     
  15. Kahroo

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    I wonder why Google doesn't like MicroSD cards.
     
  16. thebryceee

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    Patent issue
     
  17. Kahroo

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    Really?
     
  18. MT Rotor

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    +1
     
  19. thebryceee

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    Read that somewhere. Also, they said it'd be confusing for the layman to deal with both internal and external memory. Bull. I currently use a 16gb card now so it really wouldn't be different.
     
  20. Citizen Coyote

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    I've heard any number of reasons, from confusion over where things are stored to cost to wanting people to use cloud services. Probably it's a combination of everything. In any case, it looks like non-expandable physical memory is here to stay with the Nexus line.
     
  21. Kahroo

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    How can I find out if I get HSPA+ in my town?
     
  22. Citizen Coyote

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    I guess go into a T-Mobile store and ask. Their coverage maps are not very helpful in that regard that I've found.
     
  23. Petrah

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    Why Nexus devices have no SD card | Android Central
     
  24. Kahroo

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    Wish there was a 32GB version.
     
  25. y0bailey

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    I was thinking the same...until I spent the past 8 days uploading all of my music to google play. Now I will run just a few GB of music for road trip moments when I don't have data. Same for a few movies.

    It's the future.
     

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