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There are now "unlock" apps on the app store (in addition to unlock emails)



 
 
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Old September 16th 16, 09:40 PM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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In article , Horace Algier
wrote:


as long as you keep paying for the phone, why would they care what you
do with it?

you wanted something for free. it ain't free.


With respect to the trade-in-deal with T-Mobile, where you trade in an
iPhone 6 for an iPhone 7, you never *pay* for the phone. The fine print
shows that you simply *get* the phone.


read it again.

ask for help on the bigger words, such as the ones with more than two
syllables.

What you do with the phone after you receive it is your business.
T-Mobile doesn't care *what* you do with the *phone*.


as long as you pay for it, exactly as i said.

They only care that you stay on your current T-Mobile *service* for two
years.


in other words, you're paying for it.

That you can't distinguish between *service* and *phone* is disturbingly
obvious.


the only one who can't distinguish the difference is you.

you're very confused.
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Old September 16th 16, 09:42 PM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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On 2016-09-16 18:46:20 +0000, nospam said:

i do have a problem with those who lie about what ios can and cannot
do, lie about what i say or think and in general, talk out their ass.


Maybe THAT'S why what he says stinks!
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine

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Old September 17th 16, 02:11 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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Horace Algier wrote
nospam wrote


as long as you keep paying for the phone,
why would they care what you do with it?


you wanted something for free. it ain't free.


With respect to the trade-in-deal with T-Mobile, where you trade
in an iPhone 6 for an iPhone 7, you never *pay* for the phone.


Corse you do, you have to keep using
their expensive phone service for 2 years.

The fine print shows that you simply *get* the phone.


The fine print shows nothing of the sort, it actually shows that
you have to keep paying their stupid price for a cellphone
service for 2 years otherwise you get to pay for the phone.

They only care that you stay on your
current T-Mobile *service* for two years.


And that is what you pay for the phone, stupid.

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Old September 17th 16, 05:10 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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On Fri, 16 Sep 2016 15:42:00 -0400, FPP wrote:

Maybe THAT'S why what he says stinks!


My Dear FPP,
Have you *ever* added any value to any conversation in your entire life?
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Old September 17th 16, 05:10 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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On Sat, 17 Sep 2016 10:11:28 +1000, Rod Speed wrote:

The fine print shows nothing of the sort, it actually shows that
you have to keep paying their stupid price for a cellphone
service for 2 years otherwise you get to pay for the phone.


You completely missed the very many times we said we'd stay on the service
anyway.

Out here, there really are only three *viable* choices:
1. Verizon (I left them for good for upping my contract when I replaced a
phone under warranty)
2. AT&T (I left them for good when their VP called me after my FCC
complaint to insist that a smart phone is uselss if it doesn't have data)
3. T-Mobile (I'm perfectly happy with them)

Since you *insist* that my T-mobile plan is *too expensive*, then just give
me a URL for a less expensive plan that gives me the same thing I have now.

That is, tell me how much it would cost (give me URLS!) for four phones
with unlimited text and phone (USA only) and 3.5GB (currently) of data?

If you can get that for less than $100 a month in the USA, it will be
impressive. Otherwise, you're not stating a fact.
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Old September 17th 16, 05:10 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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On Fri, 16 Sep 2016 15:40:58 -0400, nospam wrote:

ask for help on the bigger words, such as the ones with more than two
syllables.


You can't insult your way out of the fact you still thought until now that
T-Mobile charges you if you don't actually ever use the phone on the
service plan.

BTW, there's also a Costco avernue for the free iPhone 7 deal:
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-32234
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Old September 17th 16, 05:19 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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In article , Horace Algier
wrote:


ask for help on the bigger words, such as the ones with more than two
syllables.


You can't insult your way out of the fact you still thought until now that
T-Mobile charges you if you don't actually ever use the phone on the
service plan.


stop lying about what i think or know.

BTW, there's also a Costco avernue for the free iPhone 7 deal:
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-32234


if they're free, why don't you go get 50 of them and flip them on ebay.

as you said, t-mobile doesn't care what you do with them.
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Old September 17th 16, 05:57 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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On Fri, 16 Sep 2016 23:19:07 -0400, nospam wrote:

BTW, there's also a Costco avernue for the free iPhone 7 deal:
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-32234


if they're free, why don't you go get 50 of them and flip them on ebay.

as you said, t-mobile doesn't care what you do with them.


Because I don't have 50 iPhone 6s to trade in, that's why.
Remember, the iPhone 6 *was* free.
Totally free.
As in zero dollars.

It will cost $10 or so to fix the screen though.

So, in reality, she gets an iPhone 7 for $10 plus about $60 tax.
She already told me it's not worth it - but I might pay the tax for her
anyway as I think it's a good deal myself.

And I know a good deal when I see it.
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Old September 17th 16, 06:06 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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In article , Horace Algier
wrote:

It will cost $10 or so to fix the screen though.


good luck with that one. you're going to need it, for reasons well
beyond your ability to comprehend.



And I know a good deal when I see it.


sure you do. that's why you **** around with all sorts of crappy free
apps when a 99 cent app would greatly simply everything.
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Old September 17th 16, 07:21 AM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android,alt.cellular
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Horace Algier wrote
FPP wrote


Maybe THAT'S why what he says stinks!


My Dear FPP,
Have you *ever* added any value to any conversation in your entire life?


Yes he has.
 




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