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Yes, I agree that no single carrier could have handled the data demands of the i Phone, thats why everyone will get the best possible experience if the i Phone is available on as many carriers as possible.And speaking for T-Mobile, I think that major publications have rated them to have a perfectly fine network in most metropolitan areas, sometimes even the best single carrier in a particular region. Best of all, they offer plans without a contract and without a phone subsidy where they pass on the savings to you.In other words, BYO phone, and you can get unlimited data, unlimited texting, and 500 anytime minutes for /month.Equivalent plan from AT&T is /month with 2GB a data. The US market is and should remain their primary concern.Katherine went to American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Manhattan.
I don't know why people on this board would be negative about the idea of ANY additional carrier getting the i Phone.
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Even assuming T-mob cuts data allowance to 2GB, thats still a good deal compared to AT&T. If the US is going to LTE, that's where Apple needs to go.
I'd love to be able to shop aggressively for an i Phone, and then save ~0 year on the subscription rates. No offence, but I think Apple goes where most of their customers are, and if most of them are non-Americans, than that is where their priority lies. You just made his point Hmm, so if I choose a OS that is more intuitive to use, more easier to use, I am not tech savvy anymore? After three days of using Android, I pretty much know the ins and outs of that OS but I still find it more difficult to use than my i Phone. Sure, I know how to use Windows enough to troubleshoot it and stuff but why use it when I can just use a Mac and have a much happier time using it since it's so user friendly/easier to use? In principle I believe that nobody should act differently towards another because of their race. It would be racist to choose to sit next to an asian person instead of a white person (irrespective of your motives: either as a white-hater or as a rice-chaser). It would be highly impractical and frankly, whilst I disapprove of such actions, I cannot imagine a legal framework effectively punishing them. But at the other extreme, I'm sure we all agree it is entirely unacceptable to deny somebody a job, say, because of their ethnicity.