Deal Alert: T-Mobile Puts Sensation 4G, HD7 And myTouch 4G On Sale

Oh how T-Mobile loves it’s midnight sales! This time there is a special surprise in store as the HTC Sensation 4G joins the mix of phones available online for free until 6AM eastern time. That’s right the Sensation 4G, HTC HD7 and myTouch 4G are on sale right now for new and add a line customers! Don’t let this deal pass you up if you’ve been thinking about adding another line or joining the Magenta ranks! Move quickly!

Remember, this deal is only good till 6AM Eastern time!

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  • nerdlust

    Sweet

  • nerdlust

    Sweet

  • Gilla87

    o_0

  • http://twitter.com/iBadRomance Noel Flores

    i just fuckin bought my sensation 4g?!?!?!?! ugh this blows

    • Foxtailmusic

      No need to swear. Besides, you should know that phones get cheaper by the day.

  • http://twitter.com/iBadRomance Noel Flores

    i just fuckin bought my sensation 4g?!?!?!?! ugh this blows

  • http://twitter.com/iBadRomance Noel Flores

    i just fuckin bought my sensation 4g?!?!?!?! ugh this blows

  • http://twitter.com/iBadRomance Noel Flores

    i just fuckin bought my sensation 4g?!?!?!?! ugh this blows

  • Anonymous

    david you need to sleep more lol

  • Anonymous

    david you need to sleep more lol

    • http://tmonews.com David

      Tell me about it!

  • Tan11

    Should we get one? Then just pay for ETF fee($200)…!!!

    • Phershey128

      Thats stupid. You can pay $200 for the phone.

      • Adam

        trust me I’ve done that like 10 times before and with all the fees is over 300 per phone.

    • Adam

      it is 200 + tax on 200 ($37) +  $35 activation + 20 or 30 days of service (voice and data) and they run your credit

      • Bau89

        yeah the total with all the taxes is about $330 and I can get those on craigslist for about 370 easy.

      • Hunter

        and every time they run a credit you lose some points

      • Hunter

        and every time they run a credit you lose some points

        • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

          He doesn’t care as long as he can get phones a bit cheaper.

    • Fhvddgh

      its is much more than just etf not worth all the hassle. just buy from craiglist

  • Anonymous

    No upgrade… well thats great…

    • Foxtailmusic

      You can upgrade for a reasonable price, if you call loyalty and ask. You might be able to get the mytouch4g for free if you talk to the right person.

  • Phershey128

    This is for new line of service. Not upgrade. Don’t call tomorrow complaining cause you don’t read thecaption.

  • brookmarin

    and why not show love to loyal customers?!?! grr… i’m eligible for a full upgrade, and wanted this phone…. but don’t want to spend the $200 for it… and they offer it to new customers for free, but me having service with them for 10yrs doesn’t amount to anything!

    • CRT24

      So what you are saying is that T-Mobile doesn’t care about its loyal customers because they don’t give you a 500.00 phone for free?? First of all existing customers can take advantage of this if they add a line and second T-Mobile gives its customers the best rates of any of the major carriers…..stop crying or go to ATT or Verizon and pay 50.00+/mo more for your service and see if they will give you a phone on par with the sensation for free even as a new customer much less on an upgrade. Some of you people are unbelievable!

      • Foxtailmusic

        Brookmarin is the type of customer that wants, wants, wants. It’s people like him/her that make it harder on those of us who play by the rules.

        • brookmarin

          and please tell me what rules I don’t play by?  Is it wrong to want to stay with a company that you like? Is it wrong to want their flagship phone?  Is it wrong to want to get it for the best price possible?  I’m not willing to open a new “fake account” and cancel my existing one to get this phone.  I am playing by the rules and will probably just go to amazon and pick it up.  but i apologize for making life HARD on you!

        • CRT24

          Nothing wrong with trying to get the best deal……crying about it whenever T-Mobile offers something to New customers (which includes existing customers who add a line) is quite another! All companies make better offers to attract new customers that’s just the way it is …..I have DirecTV and they were offering the NFL TICKET to New customers that sign up for a certain level of plan for FREE!….I have been with them for 13 years and they would not give me the deal as a current customer which is actually much worse because they are offering the SERVICE for less money than what current customers pay…T-Mobile already spends huge amounts if money on phone subsidies and giving away 500.00 phones to current service lines just isn’t smart businesses.

        • CRT24

          Nothing wrong with trying to get the best deal……crying about it whenever T-Mobile offers something to New customers (which includes existing customers who add a line) is quite another! All companies make better offers to attract new customers that’s just the way it is …..I have DirecTV and they were offering the NFL TICKET to New customers that sign up for a certain level of plan for FREE!….I have been with them for 13 years and they would not give me the deal as a current customer which is actually much worse because they are offering the SERVICE for less money than what current customers pay…T-Mobile already spends huge amounts if money on phone subsidies and giving away 500.00 phones to current service lines just isn’t smart businesses.

        • Foxtailmusic

          No need to get all dramatic on me–it’s just a phone. Your initial post said you deserved a free phone because you’re a “loyal” customer. You should know that’s not the way it works. There’s a reason companies give the sweeter deals to those who are with them–it’s called enticing them. T-Mobile doesn’t need to entice you–they already have you. Sure, you can cancel your contract or leave when it expires, but I suspect you’re not willing to pay more money by jumping to Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T. If you’re not willing to drop $200 for a high end smartphone, then don’t. No one is forcing you to do so.

        • Foxtailmusic

          No need to get all dramatic on me–it’s just a phone. Your initial post said you deserved a free phone because you’re a “loyal” customer. You should know that’s not the way it works. There’s a reason companies give the sweeter deals to those who are with them–it’s called enticing them. T-Mobile doesn’t need to entice you–they already have you. Sure, you can cancel your contract or leave when it expires, but I suspect you’re not willing to pay more money by jumping to Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T. If you’re not willing to drop $200 for a high end smartphone, then don’t. No one is forcing you to do so.

        • Foxtailmusic

          No need to get all dramatic on me–it’s just a phone. Your initial post said you deserved a free phone because you’re a “loyal” customer. You should know that’s not the way it works. There’s a reason companies give the sweeter deals to those who are with them–it’s called enticing them. T-Mobile doesn’t need to entice you–they already have you. Sure, you can cancel your contract or leave when it expires, but I suspect you’re not willing to pay more money by jumping to Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T. If you’re not willing to drop $200 for a high end smartphone, then don’t. No one is forcing you to do so.

    • CRT24

      So what you are saying is that T-Mobile doesn’t care about its loyal customers because they don’t give you a 500.00 phone for free?? First of all existing customers can take advantage of this if they add a line and second T-Mobile gives its customers the best rates of any of the major carriers…..stop crying or go to ATT or Verizon and pay 50.00+/mo more for your service and see if they will give you a phone on par with the sensation for free even as a new customer much less on an upgrade. Some of you people are unbelievable!

    • j-man

      I have been a T-Mobile customer for about ~8 years, and when I called in to upgrade to the Sensation, I mentioned that people have been getting it for $150, and the representative told me if I could hold.  Long story short, she told me that it would cost me $300, and that she would give me a $250 credit and a $50 MIR so it came out to be free for me. :) I thought that I was going to pay $150, but free is good too. 

    • j-man

      I have been a T-Mobile customer for about ~8 years, and when I called in to upgrade to the Sensation, I mentioned that people have been getting it for $150, and the representative told me if I could hold.  Long story short, she told me that it would cost me $300, and that she would give me a $250 credit and a $50 MIR so it came out to be free for me. :) I thought that I was going to pay $150, but free is good too. 

    • j-man

      I have been a T-Mobile customer for about ~8 years, and when I called in to upgrade to the Sensation, I mentioned that people have been getting it for $150, and the representative told me if I could hold.  Long story short, she told me that it would cost me $300, and that she would give me a $250 credit and a $50 MIR so it came out to be free for me. :) I thought that I was going to pay $150, but free is good too. 

    • Foxtailmusic

      You don’t deserve a free phone because you’ve been a loyal customer. Why don’t you try calling the loyalty dept in the morning and see what they can do for you. And quit being cheap–$200 isn’t a bad price for a new, high end smartphone.

      • Kyzecyte0405

        is not actually selling for 200 is 18 reinstalletion,35 on tax 250 first time 7 for shipping total to 310 I tried to upgrade and its not worth it i rather wait till they have it again for free why pay for it if they going to guve it a way sooner or later

        • Foxtailmusic

          That’s a legit point. I have a price limit of $150 when I’m buying a new phone because I know sooner or later the “latest and greatest” phone that I may want will go down in price at some point. It’s like they say–your patience will be rewarded. Gotta be a smart shopper or else you’re going to overpay.

        • Foxtailmusic

          That’s a legit point. I have a price limit of $150 when I’m buying a new phone because I know sooner or later the “latest and greatest” phone that I may want will go down in price at some point. It’s like they say–your patience will be rewarded. Gotta be a smart shopper or else you’re going to overpay.

        • Foxtailmusic

          That’s a legit point. I have a price limit of $150 when I’m buying a new phone because I know sooner or later the “latest and greatest” phone that I may want will go down in price at some point. It’s like they say–your patience will be rewarded. Gotta be a smart shopper or else you’re going to overpay.

      • Kyzecyte0405

        is not actually selling for 200 is 18 reinstalletion,35 on tax 250 first time 7 for shipping total to 310 I tried to upgrade and its not worth it i rather wait till they have it again for free why pay for it if they going to guve it a way sooner or later

      • Mslovely06

        I am up for a full upgrade and if$ 200 isn’t alotof money how about u give it to me and then I can buy the phone. Also they want customers that have been with them for yrs eligible for full upgrades to pay$ 200 but for a new customer to waltz right in and get the same damn phone for free makes no sense. Esp. When they know current customers for yrs are gonna pay their bill every month but in 2 months the new customer moves on to something new with a diff. Company.

      • Mslovely06

        I am up for a full upgrade and if$ 200 isn’t alotof money how about u give it to me and then I can buy the phone. Also they want customers that have been with them for yrs eligible for full upgrades to pay$ 200 but for a new customer to waltz right in and get the same damn phone for free makes no sense. Esp. When they know current customers for yrs are gonna pay their bill every month but in 2 months the new customer moves on to something new with a diff. Company.

      • Mslovely06

        I am up for a full upgrade and if$ 200 isn’t alotof money how about u give it to me and then I can buy the phone. Also they want customers that have been with them for yrs eligible for full upgrades to pay$ 200 but for a new customer to waltz right in and get the same damn phone for free makes no sense. Esp. When they know current customers for yrs are gonna pay their bill every month but in 2 months the new customer moves on to something new with a diff. Company.

        • Foxtailmusic

          So using your “logic” T-Mobile should be giving all of their phones away. Why do you think they’re only offering these “free” deals only for new lines/customers? When you can figure it out, get back to me.

        • Mslovely06

          Using my common sense when ur eyes see a free phone and u ain’t gettin it for free or no where near free then COMMON SENSE says wtf?? At least give me a fair price for being a customer all these yrs not no BS!! That’s like when u have insurance and u pay ur premium on time every month and continue to be a good driver u expect ur premium to go down so ur expecting!! After being a good customer for so long u expect something its just human nature but u know some ppl don’t realize that!!

        • Mslovely06

          Using my common sense when ur eyes see a free phone and u ain’t gettin it for free or no where near free then COMMON SENSE says wtf?? At least give me a fair price for being a customer all these yrs not no BS!! That’s like when u have insurance and u pay ur premium on time every month and continue to be a good driver u expect ur premium to go down so ur expecting!! After being a good customer for so long u expect something its just human nature but u know some ppl don’t realize that!!

    • theWayofThings

      Why don’t we set something straight here… There is no such thing as a “loyal customer” at T-mobile… long-time customers, yes.. but not “loyal customers”.

      The concept of loyalty implies a selfless personal devotion to a person or entity… Loyalty is to a friend, your family, your god or country or something like that. It’s possible to be loyal to a business, but we’re talking about shopping at the local mom-n-pop grocery store that you may pay more at, but you’ve been shopping there your whole life and the owner’s know you by name, they’ve known your parents, and wish to support their business out of a personal heart-felt connection you have with them… that’s loyalty.

      But that’s not why people stay with T-mobile…

       The reason people that people stay with T-mobile is not selfless in the slightest, they stay because they are complacent… T-mobile provides the services/products at a price that has kept the customer contented.

      T-mobile customers only like to barf up the word “loyal” when they want something they aren’t eligible for nor deserve… that’s not selfless … that’s selfish…

      True loyalty is not about bitching and whining and feeling entitled to a reward.

      • brookmarin

        wow, you told me! way to go!

        sorry if my syntax was incorrect.

        my only question is what’s the difference between a current customer extending there contract 2 years, or adding a line?  
        in my mind it should be the same thing – a gauranteed revenue stream, something important to a business with high churn.

        I do love t-mobile, and even called my congressman about the merger.  I am on their “customer loyalty plan” they offered that to me 2 years ago.  so how about getting off your high horse and just talking?

      • None

        Not sure there is much loyalty from the carrier either.

  • Hunter

    and every time there is a deal we have morons complaining about upgrades call retention and shut up it has been discussed 100000….   times and you still complain, T mobile is not going to change it.

  • Hunter

    and every time there is a deal we have morons complaining about upgrades call retention and shut up it has been discussed 100000….   times and you still complain, T mobile is not going to change it.

    • None

      Then maybe they should re-evaluate their policy, because TMOs reluctance to change them kept them at #4 (and soon, a mere memory)
      If I am out of contract, I believe I should be treated as a new customer.  They already got back their subsidy. 
      FYI (and I hate when people say loyal customer too) — I have had 2 phones in my entire time with Voicestream and then TMO.  Over 8 years and I have upgraded only once because I have liked my phones well past my upgrade times.  I know I could contact retention and BS…and I am sure I would get 2 new phones for free.  But should I really have to?

      • cycling

        so you know the policy and you know where to call and T-mobile knows you like them because you have not switch after your contract expired Now please understand T-mobile is a business not you friend and they don’t give stuff away unless they have to to increase their profit

        • None

          TMO is increasing their profit by NOT having to subsidize a phone for many of those years when I could have had them do exactly that.
          Honestly it doesn’t matter that much to me.  As they say, “I do not have a dog in this fight” because I am perfectly happy with my current phone.  But I just wanted to comment that I find this policy silly.  And my point, really, is that I could call TMO, bitch, and whine and get the phone for free in the end.  But only after I have wasted my time (and their time).  I just think I should not have to do that and they run the risk of someone getting frustrated and giving up my service for another provider.

        • None

          *giving up their service

        • None

          *giving up their service

        • None

          TMO is increasing their profit by NOT having to subsidize a phone for many of those years when I could have had them do exactly that.
          Honestly it doesn’t matter that much to me.  As they say, “I do not have a dog in this fight” because I am perfectly happy with my current phone.  But I just wanted to comment that I find this policy silly.  And my point, really, is that I could call TMO, bitch, and whine and get the phone for free in the end.  But only after I have wasted my time (and their time).  I just think I should not have to do that and they run the risk of someone getting frustrated and giving up my service for another provider.

    • None

      Then maybe they should re-evaluate their policy, because TMOs reluctance to change them kept them at #4 (and soon, a mere memory)
      If I am out of contract, I believe I should be treated as a new customer.  They already got back their subsidy. 
      FYI (and I hate when people say loyal customer too) — I have had 2 phones in my entire time with Voicestream and then TMO.  Over 8 years and I have upgraded only once because I have liked my phones well past my upgrade times.  I know I could contact retention and BS…and I am sure I would get 2 new phones for free.  But should I really have to?

  • Stream

    I already have a family plan. If I add a line then its basically free for me and I have to pay like $5 a month?

    • CRT24

      Nope…..have to add data to the line as well.

    • CRT24

      Nope…..have to add data to the line as well.

    • CRT24

      Nope…..have to add data to the line as well.

    • Zooboy

      you have to pay activation plus 10 for new line with 30 data plan for next 24 months.

    • Zooboy

      you have to pay activation plus 10 for new line with 30 data plan for next 24 months.

    • Zooboy

      you have to pay activation plus 10 for new line with 30 data plan for next 24 months.

    • Bpear96

      If it is only $5 amonth then thats only $120 over 2 years cheaper. then $250 

    • Bpear96

      If it is only $5 amonth then thats only $120 over 2 years cheaper. then $250 

  • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

    Just tried to send in my order for a Sensation (new line) and it gave me the message Sorry, we’re having a problem completing your order. Please call us at 1-800-672-5390 so we can assist you in placing this order. (B). 
    Why would they even have this message up when the offices are closed anyway!! How am i supposed to take advantage of this deal when they’re not letting me complete my fxcking order! fml…

  • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

    Just tried to send in my order for a Sensation (new line) and it gave me the message Sorry, we’re having a problem completing your order. Please call us at 1-800-672-5390 so we can assist you in placing this order. (B). 
    Why would they even have this message up when the offices are closed anyway!! How am i supposed to take advantage of this deal when they’re not letting me complete my fxcking order! fml…

    • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

      Managed to find another number on the page 1-877-334-7151 —-Called and got everything sorted out, my Sensation 4g will be here by Wednesday!

    • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

      Managed to find another number on the page 1-877-334-7151 —-Called and got everything sorted out, my Sensation 4g will be here by Wednesday!

      • Leander Johnson

        THANK YOU! ISSUE RESOLVED

      • http://twitter.com/stefan_buddle stefan buddle

        I would be weary of this I did the same thing and the person opened up another account with a new BAN for me, I called to double check and they said they saw no upgrades, spoke to cancellations dept. and they gave me a real upgrade and just credited my account for the cost of the two phones, now Im going to be getting 4 phones two of which I have to go through the hassle of returning when they get here…. planning on calling them again to voice my extreme concern for the shady AT&T like “upgrade” methods

        • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

          Well in my case i actually was opening up a completely new account, i have not been with T-mobile since February and I’ve been wanting to get this phone. If I were you I would call again to voice my complaints, it doesn’t make any sense that they would have opened up another account when you were an existing customer. Don’t lose all hope in them yet, probably just some idiot sales rep not doing his job right. Hope everything works out.

        • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

          Well in my case i actually was opening up a completely new account, i have not been with T-mobile since February and I’ve been wanting to get this phone. If I were you I would call again to voice my complaints, it doesn’t make any sense that they would have opened up another account when you were an existing customer. Don’t lose all hope in them yet, probably just some idiot sales rep not doing his job right. Hope everything works out.

  • http://twitter.com/kebron27 kebron27

    Just tried to send in my order for a Sensation (new line) and it gave me the message Sorry, we’re having a problem completing your order. Please call us at 1-800-672-5390 so we can assist you in placing this order. (B). 
    Why would they even have this message up when the offices are closed anyway!! How am i supposed to take advantage of this deal when they’re not letting me complete my fxcking order! fml…

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    shwoing free but it automatically chooses the 30$ data,  i cant get the 15$ data? for sense?

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    shwoing free but it automatically chooses the 30$ data,  i cant get the 15$ data? for sense?

  • Shadow

    I got two HTC HD7 for my family plan. I wanted this phone for a long time. My friend has it and it is really cool phone. He is really happy with it and I used it for while and a very slick, fast and super smooth phone.

    Finally. Can’t wait to get them!

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      u have to get the 30$ data and not the 10$ data on sense? thats  bad deal, i wanted free plus 10$ data

      • Shadow

        I have an old plan and I didn’t want to change it so I got $15 data plan (instead of $10) for each line with HTC HD7.

    • Leoiden

      already out of stock what a load of ?!?!?>!>!!>!?!

  • Shadow

    I got two HTC HD7 for my family plan. I wanted this phone for a long time. My friend has it and it is really cool phone. He is really happy with it and I used it for while and a very slick, fast and super smooth phone.

    Finally. Can’t wait to get them!

  • Larenq

    I just bought my sensation yesterday, guess I’m adding a new line and returning the one I bought.

    • Larenq

      I bought two, had to add two new lines, now I wonder what kind of hassle I’ll go through to cancel my two (two) day old lines.

      • cycling

        $50 per phone restocking fee

        • Anonymous

          Under buyer’s remorse law, at least here in California, it is illegal to charge the consumer anything, except for actual phone calls made or data used.

          The law is like this because otherwise carriers would use “restocking fees,” for example, as a way to force people not to exercise their buyer’s remorse rights.

          Think about it, what’s to stop a carrier making the restocking fee $60, then $80, then $100, to the point that it is no longer really a “full refund” which is what the law requires.  Actually, even $10 is not a full refund, I’m just saying one way carriers would try to fabricate a loophole.

        • theWayofThings

          What CRT24 is saying is quite simple.. If you take advantage of a deal like this, and get a phone at a discounted price for activating a new line of service, you CAN NOT cancel under buyer’s remorse until you return the device to the point of sale… Once you return the device, T-mobile will verify the equipment has been returned and cancel the line.
          If you wait till AFTER the buyer’s remorse period is over, then cancel the line, you can keep the phone, but will be charged the early termination fee.

          As far as restocking fees are concerned, there are probably differences from state to state on that.

        • theWayofThings

          What CRT24 is saying is quite simple.. If you take advantage of a deal like this, and get a phone at a discounted price for activating a new line of service, you CAN NOT cancel under buyer’s remorse until you return the device to the point of sale… Once you return the device, T-mobile will verify the equipment has been returned and cancel the line.
          If you wait till AFTER the buyer’s remorse period is over, then cancel the line, you can keep the phone, but will be charged the early termination fee.

          As far as restocking fees are concerned, there are probably differences from state to state on that.

      • CRT24

        Haven’t you people who try to game the system figured it out yet……you can’t cancel within buyers remorse without returning the phone and then when you try to cancel afterwards you pay 200.00 per line……this is nothing new!

        • Fake

          so you pay $200 for a $550 phone…

        • Anonymous

          I’m not sure what you are saying here, but if it’s that when people cancel under buyer’s remorse they have to pay a $200 ETF penalty, that is not true. 

          A T-Mobile employee said in here last week the T-Mobile company line “buyer’s remorse applies to the phone, not the plan.”  If T-Mobile is intentionally telling that to customers who try to cancel under buyer’s remorse, it is acting fraudulently.

          Moreover, for those wondering, if you buy  two to three phones under different lines (phone numbers) each of those has a separate buyer’s remorse period, tied to when that account was purchased.  There is no limit on the number of times one can exercise buyer’s remorse.

        • CRT24

          They do not have the 200.00 ETF withi buyers remorse but they do have to return the equipment……the ETF would apply if they want to keep the phone that they got at a better price then they cancel after the buyers remorse…..can’t have it both ways

        • CRT24

          They do not have the 200.00 ETF withi buyers remorse but they do have to return the equipment……the ETF would apply if they want to keep the phone that they got at a better price then they cancel after the buyers remorse…..can’t have it both ways

        • Anonymous

          I’m not sure what you are saying here, but if it’s that when people cancel under buyer’s remorse they have to pay a $200 ETF penalty, that is not true. 

          A T-Mobile employee said in here last week the T-Mobile company line “buyer’s remorse applies to the phone, not the plan.”  If T-Mobile is intentionally telling that to customers who try to cancel under buyer’s remorse, it is acting fraudulently.

          Moreover, for those wondering, if you buy  two to three phones under different lines (phone numbers) each of those has a separate buyer’s remorse period, tied to when that account was purchased.  There is no limit on the number of times one can exercise buyer’s remorse.

        • Anonymous

          I’m not sure what you are saying here, but if it’s that when people cancel under buyer’s remorse they have to pay a $200 ETF penalty, that is not true. 

          A T-Mobile employee said in here last week the T-Mobile company line “buyer’s remorse applies to the phone, not the plan.”  If T-Mobile is intentionally telling that to customers who try to cancel under buyer’s remorse, it is acting fraudulently.

          Moreover, for those wondering, if you buy  two to three phones under different lines (phone numbers) each of those has a separate buyer’s remorse period, tied to when that account was purchased.  There is no limit on the number of times one can exercise buyer’s remorse.

        • Anonymous

          By the way CRT24… are you a T-Mobile employee?  I ask simply because that’s how I would expect an employee to characterize an innocent customer simply changing his mind on a phone or trying to get a better price, labeling them as “people who try to game the system.”

          Trying to get a better price or save money two days later is not “gaming the system.”  In fact, many retail businesses have price guarantees, some as long as 30 days after a purchase, saying that if you find it cheaper elsewhere, you can get a full refund, refund of the price difference or whatever.  Does not matter, the point is that this is not someone trying to take advantage.

          In fact, most people would be offended and upset if they bought something and two days later the product was $100, $200, or $300 less (or in this situation free). 

          And this guy was stuck, wasn’t he.  If he canceled the original purchase that transaction would not have gone through in time.  So he simply bought two additional lines with the intent of canceling the original purchase under buyer’s remorse.  If T-Mobile was above board the CSR would have simply changed his order rather than making him go through all this, especially since legally it is stuck anyway (T-Mobile has to let him cancel the original order.)

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          he is a tmobile employee and there are many of them posting on this site who dont like us.

        • CRT24

          Who is us? Do you have a mouse in your pocket? There are many people that post on this site….some work for T-Mobile and some don’t, some are customers and some aren’t. Do you think David gets his inside information from someone who doesn’t work for T-Mobile? This is a blog so people don’t know each other except by screen names in most cases so it has nothing to with liking or disliking, it has to do with comments or information that may or may not be accurate and trying to post the most accurate information possible.

        • CRT24

          Innocent customer?…..please. Yes I do work for T-Mobile and I have no problem being up front with that but what does that have to do with what anything that I said? This had nothing to do with “buyers remorse” …..you cannot cancel lines that you purchased equipment for and not have to return the equipment and that is exactly what this individual was trying to do. The sale on those phones was for new customers or existing customers that add new lines, not for upgrades…..thus if he wanted to cancel the lines under buyers remorse then he certainly can do that but he would have to return the phones….or he can keep the phones and cancel after whatever buyers remorse period pertains to his state and pay 200.00 to cancel, about what he would have paid for the phones at full upgrade discount in the first place instead of trying to game the system which is exactly what he/she was trying to do……I am all about helping customers to get the best deal possible but I am not about them getting phones for free on New lines then cancelling those line and expecting to keep the equipment…..that is fraud plain and simple.

        • CRT24

          Innocent customer?…..please. Yes I do work for T-Mobile and I have no problem being up front with that but what does that have to do with what anything that I said? This had nothing to do with “buyers remorse” …..you cannot cancel lines that you purchased equipment for and not have to return the equipment and that is exactly what this individual was trying to do. The sale on those phones was for new customers or existing customers that add new lines, not for upgrades…..thus if he wanted to cancel the lines under buyers remorse then he certainly can do that but he would have to return the phones….or he can keep the phones and cancel after whatever buyers remorse period pertains to his state and pay 200.00 to cancel, about what he would have paid for the phones at full upgrade discount in the first place instead of trying to game the system which is exactly what he/she was trying to do……I am all about helping customers to get the best deal possible but I am not about them getting phones for free on New lines then cancelling those line and expecting to keep the equipment…..that is fraud plain and simple.

      • Anonymous

        Be very careful when dealing with T-Mobile and trying to exercise your buyer’s remorse rights.  Keep excellent notes, print out time stamps of your calls to T-Mobile (those are online, on your T-Mobile billing activity) and be very clear on your call, since T-Mobile records all calls (if this ever ended up in court, which it would not, those recordings can be obtained).

        Also, if you have received phones, take pictures of the phone, box, etc.  Take pics of the inside of the battery compartment showing the water detector has not been set off (one time a guy returned his BlackBerry to T-Mobile and it refused to refund because it said the water detector showed damage.  But he said he didn’t even open the box.  He had no proof of his statement, however, so he was stuck.  I told him to demand the supposed damaged phone be sent back to him.  T-Mobile said that phone was no longer around, so now it was stuck because T-Mobile did not have proof of the phone’s water detectors indicating water damage.  LOL.  He got his refund.)

        It’s a hassle, for sure, but hang in there.  T-Mobile is making it hard so people will simply give up and move on to other things.  AOL had to pay billions in settlement because it made it near impossible to cancel a $10 monthly account.  Maybe T-Mobile will suffer the same lawsuits, if enough people complain. (File a complaint with your state PUC, it’s quite easy to do. And T-Mobile has to respond to each complaint.)

    • dutch

      I did the same thing.

  • Anonymous

    Great deal. Too bad current customers are excluded but it is still a nice way to attract New ones.

  • Anonymous

    Great deal. Too bad current customers are excluded but it is still a nice way to attract New ones.

    • theWayofThings

      Current customers are in not excluded… if the current customer adds a new line of service, they can get the same deal as well.. See? Problem Solved!

  • http://twitter.com/Lawless_1 Lawless_1

    Wow the Sensation is already free?

    T-mobile will stop at nothing to keep people from buying the G2x.

  • Cherry316316

    manage to get my phone just in time. saw this deal when 30 mins was left. i took a new contract (samsung galaxy s4g) 2 weeks ago, so i was not sure how to do it online, while keeping my contract and getting a new line, especially when time was ticking.

     called the customer care, and the lady did all for me hassle free. i ordered over night shipping and i will have to pay $50 for samsung restocking, but now i will have HTC sensation for next 2yrs with 8MP camera + LED, bigger screen size and higher video quality. well $50 restocking fee for samsung is not that bad considering 2 yr time limit :)

  • http://www.fiftyonemarketing.com Deacon

    this just lets me know to hold off just a little while longer because they’re about to come out with another HTC phone that’ll be better than the Sensation … heck they already have the 4G Slide that they’ll center their marketing on soon …

  • http://www.fiftyonemarketing.com Deacon

    this just lets me know to hold off just a little while longer because they’re about to come out with another HTC phone that’ll be better than the Sensation … heck they already have the 4G Slide that they’ll center their marketing on soon …

  • http://www.fiftyonemarketing.com Deacon

    this just lets me know to hold off just a little while longer because they’re about to come out with another HTC phone that’ll be better than the Sensation … heck they already have the 4G Slide that they’ll center their marketing on soon …

    • None

      Ha!!  You said “marketing”!

    • None

      Ha!!  You said “marketing”!

  • Kyzecyte0405

    i heard that all the free phones at tmobile online are the refurbish ones ask a sells person at any store and he or she would tell you nothing aint free unless is used or rejected by others

  • Kyzecyte0405

    i heard that all the free phones at tmobile online are the refurbish ones ask a sells person at any store and he or she would tell you nothing aint free unless is used or rejected by others

    • Lolololumad

      lololol mad cuz u didnt get in on it

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      DONT KNOW IF THATS TRUE BUT HERE IS A TRUE STORY, in  mid 2009  I upgraded all my 5 lines on one of the line, I got brand new BLACKBERRY CURVE 8900. I never  wanted to use it until my  current  basic phone at the time stops working. so i never even opened it until mid 2010, i opened to package, inserted the battery, but somehow it was never charging,  went to tmobile store to check with brand new battery, waited there to be charged for 15  mins, still never charging, went to  a different cell phone store, tried battery there and never charged, he told me it is 100% defective phone. called tmobile but told me  its been over 30 days or 1 year and they would do nothing so, basically I upgraded  my line for 2 year renewal for nothing. Still have this phone and the original box. so I got cheated on by tmobile first and also I should have at least check and use it for few days. thats the story

      • Jay_p

        Damn……but it does sound like you cheated your self.  Tmobile had no chance of recovery on that one because you didn’t give them a chance.  I bought a gallon of milk two months ago and waited till this past Monday to open it.  It was spoiled and I tried to take it back and the wouldn’t exchange it!!!  Now why in hell would Giant sell me milk that was gonna go bad in two months! 

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          nonsense! I was so happy with the new blackberry phone that time that i didn’t want to use   right away and use in future. thats the reason why I never opened or  tried the phone  until a year later. but  you are comparing a phone to milk? milk   is a waste after 2 weeks not phones  and brand new ones, same thing like TV, u buy a tv, and if u dont use it for a year, that doesn’t mean TV will simply stop working. they shouldn’t have sent a defective phone regardless of how long it took me to open and try the device.
          u fool!

          seems like you are combative person! calm down man

        • ximage

          You do know there are manufacturer defectives out there right? that is why there is always a warranty on electronics since tons of stuff can go wrong even though the product is new. It can happen to anything but since you did not check the product you can’t blame anyone but yourself. You could have just open it up and power it up to make sure the phone is working without putting in a sim card to check if everything was working.

        • theWayofThings

          Your comparison to a TV shows you what an idiot you truly are.. and you have the audacity to call someone else a fool?

          Yeah, buy a TV and then not turn it on for over a year and if it turns out that it is defective and doesn’t work, just try to get the company who sold it to you to give you a new one after the warranty has expired… HAH! that’s not gonna happen.

          You should just deal with the fact that you made an incredibly bad decision on not turning your blackberry on for over a year… that’s all on you.. no one else.. take responsibility and quit crying “Foul!!!” over you’re own blunders…

      • Foxtailmusic

        Why do you go to every thread and give your sob stories?

      • theWayofThings

        You did not get cheated by T-mobile.. you were a damn fool for not checking your device to see if it was working properly while you were still under warranty… don’t try to blame t-mobile for your own stupidity..

    • IT Guy

      The refurbished phones they sell are labeled as such. If they don’t say refurbished, they are brand new.

    • IT Guy

      The refurbished phones they sell are labeled as such. If they don’t say refurbished, they are brand new.

    • ONEBIRMINGHAM

      iT A GOOD DEAL

    • Cherry316316

      they will b in serious legal battle if they sell the refurbish phone as brand new. tmobile need new customers and they recover the cost from the contract.

  • Kife0301

    Wow this proves there really is no reason to buy electronics on launch their either buggy or a better deal arrives shortly

    • Auser72

      Thats been the rule for all products but especially electronics since forever. The amount of savings depends on level of patience, and ability to not get caught of social pressure of having to have latest and greatest.

      • Foxtailmusic

        Exactly, which is why I let others be the guinea pigs before I make an electronic purchase. Never understood the “I must have the latest and greatest” line of thinking.

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    how many  people writing on this forum that are former or current tmobile  agents? there are many who are so PRO CELL PHONE COMPANY. lol!

  • Anonymous

    News Flash: The HTC Sensation 4G and HD7 are NOT part of this “sale” anymore. Seems TMo made a mistake….we now return you to your regular surfing.

    • Cherry316316

      haha, the sell ended at 3am PST. u checked the deal too late :P

    • Cherry316316

      haha, the sell ended at 3am PST. u checked the deal too late :P

  • CharlieSheen

    News Flash: iphone 5 to work on all networks. Save your money. Why do you people keep buying phones that wont work much after March. Ever hear of the newspaper or CNBC. Just today CNET was talking about migrating all the tmobile users over to a higher fee structure aka verizon. Yeah, grandfather my beavis. As soon as you as for a discount on a phone that will work on their network…BAM you are on a different rate plan.

    To the moon Alice!

  • CharlieSheen

    Repeat after me…

    I was wrong about Android
    Apple will rule the world
    I was wrong about Android
    Apple will rule the world
    ……

    Just ask David….LOL

    • None

      Microsoft rules the world.  Apple does a good job of ruling the blogs though.

      • CharlieSheen

        Winner!

      • CharlieSheen

        Winner!

    • None

      Microsoft rules the world.  Apple does a good job of ruling the blogs though.

    • None

      Microsoft rules the world.  Apple does a good job of ruling the blogs though.

  • CharlieSheen

    According to Thisismynext, Apple is prepping to launch a brand new iPad — in tandem with the all network compatible iPhone 5 deployment — this fall. The rumor mirrors a report from FBR Capital markets analyst Craig Berger, who said in a note to investors on Wednesday that Apple will release a higher-end version of the iPad 2 with a display that offers a higher pixel density. The device will reportedly be called the “iPad HD” and will sport a double resolution 2048 x 1536-pixel screen. Apple plans to market the iPad HD as the “pro” model in its tablet family, and like the MacBook Pro family, it might be marketed towards the videographer and photographer crowds, which need need more muscle out of their machines. Those professionals will be happy to hear the second part of the rumor, too: the iPad HD could launch with a new mobile version of Aperture or Final Cut.
    BGR

  • Clint

    I see the sun must have went down…the trolls are coming out from under their rocks and acting like idiots :errr:

    • CharlieSheen

      Truth hurts, eh little chum. Go buy a phone that will be a paper weight in 6 months. Real smart.

      You must be a genieass!

    • CharlieSheen

      Truth hurts, eh little chum. Go buy a phone that will be a paper weight in 6 months. Real smart.

      You must be a genieass!

    • CharlieSheen

      Truth hurts, eh little chum. Go buy a phone that will be a paper weight in 6 months. Real smart.

      You must be a genieass!

  • Vash1988

    I talk to t-mobile over the phone and i was told the deal will come up again tonite so there is one more chance

    • Anonymous

      really? I just talked to them on the phone 1 minute ago and the guy told me that it won’t be on special again (free) for a while.  He offered me buy one get one (I have two lines and want Sensations for both).  I hope it comes up tonight!

      • CharlieSheen

        What are you doing? The phone wont work shortly after March. How can you all be so blind! 

        • Anonymous

          How do you know it will be in march?  That seems awful quick for them to change the network.  Everything I’ve read says it will take at least a year for the network to be changed all around, if not more.  I will have sold this phone by then for sure. Who keeps a smartphone for more than a year anyway?  You gotta resell that sh*t and get cash to buy the latest and greatest :)

        • Anonymous

          How do you know it will be in march?  That seems awful quick for them to change the network.  Everything I’ve read says it will take at least a year for the network to be changed all around, if not more.  I will have sold this phone by then for sure. Who keeps a smartphone for more than a year anyway?  You gotta resell that sh*t and get cash to buy the latest and greatest :)

        • Anonymous

          How do you know it will be in march?  That seems awful quick for them to change the network.  Everything I’ve read says it will take at least a year for the network to be changed all around, if not more.  I will have sold this phone by then for sure. Who keeps a smartphone for more than a year anyway?  You gotta resell that sh*t and get cash to buy the latest and greatest :)

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          hTC SENSE wont work  after march? why?

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          hTC SENSE wont work  after march? why?

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          hTC SENSE wont work  after march? why?

        • Farhan

          Don’t you know better than to question Charlie Sheen? You should be ashamed of yourself. lol.

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          hTC SENSE wont work  after march? why?

        • Girth Brooks

          Sensation has AT&T’s 4G band (2100 MHZ) built in so I believe it will work after the buyout no problem.

      • CharlieSheen

        What are you doing? The phone wont work shortly after March. How can you all be so blind! 

    • Zombie

      just talked to supervisor and it will not be free tonight

    • MarkBlack

      you wish lol

    • Hobo

      ideas, and sensations are occurring involuntarily in your mind

    • smokie

      who told you that ?

  • Kyzecyte0405

    FQWRETFG3W4T4QA5Y

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    HTC SENSE and MYTOUCH4G are world phone quadband  RIGHT? SO  IF I TRAVEL TO ANOTHER COUNTRY OR SWITCH TO NAOTHER COMPANY IN THIS COUNTRY< it should work fine right?

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    HTC SENSE and MYTOUCH4G are world phone quadband  RIGHT? SO  IF I TRAVEL TO ANOTHER COUNTRY OR SWITCH TO NAOTHER COMPANY IN THIS COUNTRY< it should work fine right?

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    HTC SENSE and MYTOUCH4G are world phone quadband  RIGHT? SO  IF I TRAVEL TO ANOTHER COUNTRY OR SWITCH TO NAOTHER COMPANY IN THIS COUNTRY< it should work fine right?

  • boodah

    just got off the phone with loyalty and upgraded the other line and got it for free.

  • FtKnoxTMO

    You have to ask your self: Why is T-Mobile giving away their top of the line phone?  Could it be that there are still ton’s of them on the shelves while folks like me, who got stuck on a two year contract with at MT3G or G1 is still holding out for the Samsung Galaxy II or a AWS freq’d iPhone in a couple of months, i.e. September!

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      cancel your line  add new line, you get free phone bro, i know where u r coming from, i am like you who has been with tmo for   9 yrs and been getting  bad deals

  • TMOrep

    Wonderful … now we retail store sales folks get to train new T-Mobile smartphone customers how to use these things … for free!  I simply do not understand why T-Mobile pushes people to smartphones via on-line purchases. Yeah, yeah, I know there are a bunch of you who are qualified to purchase these things without any training, but it takes a lot of time to set up an Android phone for someone who has never texted before. I cna understand selling Razors and the like on line, but selling smartphones on the Internet and sending the buyers to the retail stores to learn how to use them (with zero compensation for the sales reps) sucks … just ask Customer Care and PDA Support!!!

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      tmo  reps  are no good, they are all like you who think we should do what you want.

      • Anonymous

        That’s sales reps for you, they are like that everywhere.

      • Hardkorebob

        Karma, A. your reply makes no sense and B. if you knew anything about our jobs, you would know how true TMOrep’s points are. The vast majority of smartphone users are just plain stupid and have no business owning one. I can’t tell you how many times every single day someone comes into my store because they don’t know how to do something so simple as turn the phone on. Now I don’t know what it is you do, but our jobs as sales people are to, this is a shocker so I hope you’re ready, make sales! Most cell phone sales reps work on commission, so when someone comes in with a phone, smartphone in particular, and we have to hold their hand through every operation of the phone, that takes time away from us that we could be using to deal with other customers who are actually buying. Most of these idiots who own smartphones only get them because they think the newest thing is going to increase their cool factor. And then, when they can’t figure out how to use it, they think it’s our problem to resolve. “Thanks Mr. Johnson, you only took 2 hours of my time and cost me 4 potential sales, but it’s been tons of fun walking you through how to add contacts to your phone seventeen times over.” Time with these people = money out of our paychecks.

        • HTC Pyramid

          find another damn job and quit complaining.

        • Hardkorebob

          If you actually read what I posted you’d realize I was making a point and not complaining. I like my job. Stupid people that don’t buy anything are just a waste of our time was the point.

        • Hardkorebob

          If you actually read what I posted you’d realize I was making a point and not complaining. I like my job. Stupid people that don’t buy anything are just a waste of our time was the point.

        • Hardkorebob

          If you actually read what I posted you’d realize I was making a point and not complaining. I like my job. Stupid people that don’t buy anything are just a waste of our time was the point.

        • Wahh!!

          Wahh!! Cry me a river doood!

        • Wahh!!

          Wahh!! Cry me a river doood!

        • Wahh!!

          Wahh!! Cry me a river doood!

  • TMOrep

    Wonderful … now we retail store sales folks get to train new T-Mobile smartphone customers how to use these things … for free!  I simply do not understand why T-Mobile pushes people to smartphones via on-line purchases. Yeah, yeah, I know there are a bunch of you who are qualified to purchase these things without any training, but it takes a lot of time to set up an Android phone for someone who has never texted before. I cna understand selling Razors and the like on line, but selling smartphones on the Internet and sending the buyers to the retail stores to learn how to use them (with zero compensation for the sales reps) sucks … just ask Customer Care and PDA Support!!!

  • Hardkorebob

    Man it’s annoying to see headlines like this and read the comments to see so many people b!tching. “I’ve been a customer for such and such many years, why don’t I get the same deal!?” “I’ve been with them so long they should give it to me for free.” It’s a money making industry and in order to make more money a business needs to bring in more customers. You should be happy you get a discount on anything at all. If you sign up for cable service, they don’t give you a TV to watch it with, and they certainly don’t sell you one at a discount. When you sign up for high speed internet they sure as hell don’t give you any discounts on a computer. Same concept applies here. You’re signing up for service, not the means to use it. You provide that. The fact that any carrier offers discounts is a mere convenience to you, the consumer. Every time a cell phone carrier lets a phone go at a subsidized price, they lose money. So again, be happy it happens at all. So the next time you decide to whine about some offer that doesn’t apply to you or you don’t like whatever it is that you’re carrying and want the newest thing being offered, that’s not the carrier’s problem, it’s yours. They just provide the service, you provide the tools to use it. Idiots.

    • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

      oh you are another TMO EMPLOYEE bashing  us the loyal good customer! lol, so many of you are here,

      • Hardkorebob

        As a matter of fact I am not. I am in cell phone sales, yes. I am also a customer of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. None of that is important though because you clearly didn’t get the message. Which would put you in the “I’ve been a loyal customer so I believe everything should be given to me” category. Or, as I like to call them, idiots.

        • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

          you  are a real idiot! lol

      • Hardkorebob

        As a matter of fact I am not. I am in cell phone sales, yes. I am also a customer of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. None of that is important though because you clearly didn’t get the message. Which would put you in the “I’ve been a loyal customer so I believe everything should be given to me” category. Or, as I like to call them, idiots.

      • Hardkorebob

        As a matter of fact I am not. I am in cell phone sales, yes. I am also a customer of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. None of that is important though because you clearly didn’t get the message. Which would put you in the “I’ve been a loyal customer so I believe everything should be given to me” category. Or, as I like to call them, idiots.

      • CRT24

        Everything he said is 100% true……wth would it matter if he works for T-Mobile or not?

      • theWayofThings

        As I stated earlier in this very same thread, there are no “loyal” t-mobile customers… Customer’s do not stay with T-mobile out of something as selfless as loyalty… Long time customers are complacent… nothing more…