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T-Mobile pledges to Android Users, "No Phones left behind".

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  1. yahma

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    T-Mobile pledges to Android Users, "No Phones left behind".

    This appears to be a new development. I wonder what it means for us Behold II users.
     

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    Zip. Zilch. Nada. Thank you sir, may I have another.

    Nothing more than that.
     
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    Actually its
    "NO PHONE LEFT BEHIND exceptbeholdII
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    Exactly.

    And T-mobile needs to prove it.

    They can pledge all they want but Verizon and Sprint phones are being updated while T-mobile customers are sitting and waiting.

    I will not renew my contract for the MT3GS or Galaxy S only to be sitting on 2.1 or 2.2 while the other carriers are updating to 2.3, 2.5, or 3.0.

    To me it looks like T-mobile is getting more greedy than Sprint and Verizon because while Verizon and Sprint are spending money to get updates out T-mobile is spending money hyping up a sale to get more people buying their outdated lineup of phones.
     
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    When I have called tmo to bitch about this phone they have always hinted that this issue is not dead yet. Let's see what happens.
     
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    I hear you there man! I'm on T-Mobile service with a Nexus One and couldn't be happier. I'll continue to use Tmobile because they are the cheapest, just gonna be buying my phones off contract. And I hope that's gonna be a Nexus 2 or something similar!

    After 2.2 froyo, it goes right to Android 3.0 gingerbread. Which is rumored to be released sometime by the end of this year.
     
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    umm more info on this topic?


    I know if i was talking to a tmo rep, and i was complaining, and all the rep said was "the issue is not dead yet", I wouldn't say "Wow that is the best answer I have ever heard, now let me hang up"

    I would say "what do you mean that the issue is not dead yet?" and they would give me some more info.
     
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    Does anyone have the full text/promise from T-Mobile for their "No Phone Left Behind" pledge?

    I cheer them for making such a pledge; however, in the case of the Behold II, Samsung is the one holding the cards, not T-Mobile.
     
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    The pledge is a step in the right direction. The implication is that there will be *no* phone left behind and yet, the Behold 2 is not pictured in that memo. I suppose the update that is expected this week will settle it for us B2 owners once and for all.
     

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