Just a thought but if your 'important' places have wifi for laptops..your blackberry (with tmobile) will make voice over IP (they call it UMA) phone calls through the cabled (or data) line. The Wifi replaces the towers and then switches back to towers when available. It's a two minutes setup on the phone. UMA or voice over IP voice calls are a T-mobile feature...the AT&T can't do voice only data over wifi. If you ever work in a basement office or heavily fortified zone...this is the only phone that is gunna work...using voice over IP over the computer wifi network.
Originally Posted by strngdze
I switched to T-Mobile from AT&T last week do to the excellent pricing on their new plans. Well over the last week, I've found out that I do not get the greatest reception in some important places.
I was told by the T-Mobile employee that I had 1 month to try out the service. Here is where I'm concerned. If I go back to AT&T, am I considered a "New Customer" or do I just go back as an "Existing Customer". Also, by going back are you still required to pay the ETF fee?
Any help would definitely be appreciated.