What T-Mobile plan will you use with the Sensation?
Just for fun. What plan will you use with the Sensation? Will you sign a new contract for it or buy it off contract? We all know its gonna eat up a lot of data. If you are on AT&T or another GSM provider, post your plan and what you pay.
I have Even More Plus which is T-Mobile's no contract plan. I pay exactly $59.99/mo + taxes. I have 500 mins + text + 5GB of High Speed data.
So let's here it!!!
- 05-22-2011, 03:02 AM #2
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- 05-22-2011, 12:24 PM #8
Either way, I am very happy with my plan. No new plan even comes close. I have been with T Mobile for about 10 years and I am considering jumping ship to another carrier for the SGS2, I just know that I will get screwed with the contract compared to what I am paying now.
- 05-22-2011, 01:00 PM #10
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- 05-22-2011, 10:31 PM #13
I know about the Hercules, but I'm a bit disheartened about the lack of Exynos processor. I really LOVE the Super Amoled Plus display, that is one of the major draws for me to the SGS2, but I cannot wait until September (rumor) for the release of the Hercules.
- 05-23-2011, 01:45 AM #14
I also doubt the use of the APQ processor; it was meant for tablets, not smartphones, and it does not include a wireless module. If they use any Qualcomm processor it will be the 8260.
- 05-23-2011, 11:19 AM #15
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- 05-27-2011, 07:16 PM #18
I don't think that'll be a problem. You will probably have to call and talk to customer service to do that. If it were an old plan you may have problems, but that is a current plan...I can't imagine they would give you any trouble, but only one way to find out.
- 05-29-2011, 05:54 PM #19
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- 05-30-2011, 04:14 AM #21
This 59.99 plan was supposed to be a quiet launch by T-Mobile. A press release came out and a few sites reported it and then on launch day tmobile decided to not launch it. Some people, myself included, were able to get in on this rate by calling in and being a bit of a nag about it. It was only available for that one day. It's no longer available.
- 05-30-2011, 01:33 PM #23
I dint mind if they throttle me. Between my iPad 3G and wifi that kicks in when I am in my apartment, 2GB is plenty.
I have however heard some conflicting information. Maybe you can help me..,
I am on a month to month with this promo plan. I plan on grabbing the Sensation on a 2 year. I was told by one tmobile rep that I will still be able to keep my 59.99 even more + plan because it was. PROMO. then I called in another day an was told that if I grabbed the sensation on the contract price that I would have to drop the promo plan. Anyone know the truth?
Personally, I'd keep the $59.99 promo plan and pay the $499 retail for the phone. You'll save much more and get a lot more out of your plan considering the 2GB throttle isn't an issue for you.
- 05-30-2011, 11:11 PM #25
I went into a store today to pay my bill and asked the question. I happened to ask a store manager and according to her, because the plan was a promo plan that is considered discontinued and not offered anymore, I do in fact get to hold on to it. I told her about the conflicting information I got and she called in to double check. She confirmed that her original answer was correct. I am happy to hear this. Notes were placed in my account just in case there are any hiccups. When the phone hits I told her I would be back and go through her.