1. frederick.aquino's Avatar
    Hey guys. My contract for T-Mobile is about to end on April 26th. I have been contemplating getting this phone or the galaxy note. My question is, would I be able to get the discounted price of the one x when pre orders are available? Would that mean I would be phone- less until the phone comes out may 6? Also, if I picked up the note would it be possible to later change my mind and switch to the one x? I know there is a grace period of some sort but I am not exactly sure. Any help or info would be greatly appreciated!
    04-18-2012 03:11 PM
  2. varsityhacker's Avatar
    I think you have 15 days to return the phone and end contract without a penalty. You have 30 days to exchange a phone although it will cost you a $35 restocking fee and you can only do it once. So you could get the Note and then exchange it for the One X if you wanted to leave T Mobile on the 26th. I personally would pre order the One X and stay on T Mobile until May 6th and then switch to ATT. At that point you would then be prorated for the month.
    04-19-2012 07:43 AM
  3. testingapril's Avatar
    ATT and Best Buy have 30 day return periods, so you could get the note and swap for the one x later. Best Buy doesn't have a restocking fee, but att does.

    As far as being without a phone, that shouldn't be a problem because you should be able to continue your service with T-mobile until the 6th and pay only for a partial month. Call their customer service and they should be able to help you with that.
    04-19-2012 10:58 AM
  4. frederick.aquino's Avatar
    Thanks for the help guys. I have the galaxy note right now in white and I'm loving it so far. It feels good knowing that I have the option to exchange this phone for the one x when it comes out!
    04-26-2012 11:05 AM
  5. MattMJB0188's Avatar
    Switching carriers for phones isn't always a good idea. OP, what's wrong with T-Mobile's HTC One S?
    04-26-2012 11:59 AM
  6. jontalk's Avatar
    Amazon has a low price guarantee and currently has the One X for $149 and the Note for $229.. No restocking fee, state taxes or shipping either.

    As for my own situation, I want to wait until some of these units get out in the consumer's hands to learn what issues are going to come up. I have serious concerns about the battery and small storage since there's no microSD.. Am also concerned about how badly the camera lens will get scratched over time.
    04-26-2012 12:02 PM