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Old 08-23-2006, 02:04 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by kpflynn
What I don't understand is why I cannot get this as a current T-mobile subscriber (my contract has been expired for over a year now).
All wireless carriers do this. It's not unique to TMO.
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Can I cancel my current arrangement with them, then simply re-sign up?
Nope. You have to be inactive for at least 90 days after closing your account to be considered "new".
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So, does anyone have any tips/advice?
Definitely talk to retentions, as has been mentioned in this thread.
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