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Android Data Plan vs. T-Zone?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by boosterman, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. boosterman

    boosterman Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hi, while I was reading this forum, I read someone buying $5.99 T-Zone and getting 3G network instead of getting $24.99 Android Data plan.
    Is this true? I can just get T-Zone and everything will be fine?
     


  2. smitty24

    smitty24 Android Enthusiast

    I thought T-zones was no longer offered and you had to be grandfathered in to have it on your line. Also i cant say if it works on the nexus or not, as i just skipped all the trouble and added the right data plan...
     
  3. Spriter

    Spriter Member

    Are all of you guys getting the even more plus talk + text + web plans, right?
     
  4. boosterman

    boosterman Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Oh, so I can't get T-Zone even if wanted to now?
     
  5. boosterman

    boosterman Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Nope,
    I got an unlocked one.
    I'm on family plan and wanted to add T-Zone instead of Android Data Plan if I could.
     
  6. lithium1330

    lithium1330 Newbie

    I think the post you're referring to (get 3G like speed with t-zone) is not getting 3G speed. He's referring to a relatively fast speed (400 - 500kbps) on the phone, but not 7.2 that you would see with an actual 3G connection. Double check.
     
  7. Spriter

    Spriter Member

    Not sure about T-Zones, but you could try getting even more plus talk +text for 39.99 + web2go internet for $10 = 49.99/month.

    I don't know if web2go will work, but it apparently works with 3g if the reception is there...
     
  8. chaoscentral

    chaoscentral Well-Known Member

    7.2 is max theoretical speed, I've got 3G on my G1 and I'm getting about 1mbps, 400-500kbps is 3G, Edge tops out around 180kbps
     
  9. zukbang

    zukbang Newbie

    I had web2go for $10 but nexus one didn't work. I had to upgrade to android plan.
     
  10. smitty24

    smitty24 Android Enthusiast

    Thats what i understood. I may be wrong though.

    I too just bought it unlocked and swapped my sim from my MT3G
     
  11. chaoscentral

    chaoscentral Well-Known Member

    That is correct, they did away with T-Zones a long long time ago, anyone who has it still is grandfathered in and they are the only ones who can get it.
     
  12. inaz4sun

    inaz4sun Well-Known Member

    Yeah I have had the $4.99 unlimited T-Zones plan for like 6-8 years, so its grandfathered in and I have unlimited data access through the proxy, can't beat it. Working fine on my Behold II
     
  13. Talderon

    Talderon Android Expert

    Web2Go only works with T-Mobile "branded" phones. Nexus one, unlocked non-T-Mobile devices and Rooted devices will have incorrect UA Strings and firmware data that would keep it from registering properly in the device repository that validates if you can access Web2Go or not.

    So even if you wanted to have the cheaper plan, you can't unless you get an official T-Mobile device.
     
  14. niea

    niea Newbie

    I've got the $10 "mobile web for phones" plan and it works great with my N1, fwiw.
     

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