What are you getting to replace it?
I am on the fence and I have no idea what would be a better option.
hey, i know gps is an issue for you, it is for me also. Try to stick it out though, because I really think this is the best android phone out right now. Also, you may not have been a customer with t-mobile long enough to know this, but their customer service is superior to any other carrier. They truely are the best US carrier in terms of working with their customers to resolve issues.
Now, this is what I suggest you do, since you are not sure at this point if the GPS will be fixed or not, call customer service, say "cancellation" and explain your dilema to the retentions rep. Ask them to please work with you to extend your remorse period, especially since samsung has not released any deffinitive answer on the GPS issue.
Also if you return the phone and cancel your contract, sometimes, some carriers make you wait 90 days before you can sign back up.So ask them what their policy is, and if your remorse starts over.
Lets hope monday brings some good news from samsung.
Also keep in mind that your phone comes with a 1 yr warranty. If the gps is not resolved within the next few weeks, you still have 1 yr for them to fix it. I don't think samsung wants a class action suit, so they will resolve this problem one way or the other.
Call t-mobile though, be honest and ask them to please work with you. If any carrier is willing to be flexible, it is t-mobile.