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  1. costarican

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    is it there any plan unlimited with 2gb of data just like metro? no contract?
     

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    thanks! and how bout those bring your own phone ? i heard something about that
     
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    thanks a lot man :)
     
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    Anytime fella ;)
     
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    ohh they are not that expensive
     
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    Not at all, if we had t-mobile in my city, I'd definitely take them over sprint, all for the data speeds lol
     
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    lol sprint is so expensive haha and im just a 18 year old working as a granite fabricator and goin to college for now i cant afford sprint :(
    but maybe ill pick up a sim card from them tomorrow and start using a gnex :)
     
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    This is true, but where t mobile doesn't reach where sprint does, kind of a no brainer.

    Although sprint speeds are slow, can't beat 1600 minutes, unlimited text and data for $179 for 3 phones.
     
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    Actually, you can beat that. T-Mobile Value Plans have an Unlimited talk, text and data (no throttling) plan that covers three phones for $164.98. Unfortunately, for limited talk you have to drop down to 1000 minutes, but with unlimited data the price is only $124.98.
     
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    $26 x 3 lines = $78 and each phone get about 8000 minutes.
     
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    Have you considered Solavei? They use the T-Mobile prepaid network. It's $49 for unlimited talk / text / data (first 4GB unthrottled.) They are also doing a referral sign up program that can effectively lower this rate.
     
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    Ting is owned by Tucows (an early Internet company), but the service uses Sprint's network.
     

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