switching to AT&T

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  1. Janga

    Janga New Member

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    LG Shine or Blackberry Pearl? or any other suggestions?
     
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    P07r0457 New Member

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    blackberry curve.

    at&t gets the shitty version of the pearl. Sprint and Verizon get the good versions.

    But then again, at&t's network really sucks.
     
  3. quickone

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    Nothing wrong with the network around here. I'm actually going to switch to at&t cause im sick of verizon fucking me over telling me im using 1000+ minutes a month when im not. 4 calls later and still no attempt to even fix it so fuck them. I have the env now so I need something with a keyboard...pantech duo maybe but i heard it feels cheap...too low on cash right now to get the tilt tho
     
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    the blackberry curve. The pearl is just not a good phone in general. It offers basic features for a high price. The Curve is nice and has many features. it gets good battery life and is priced good.
     
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    curve is really nice
     
  6. Janga

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    Thank you for your replies. I also just checked out the AT&T Tilt.

    The only problem is that I won't be using many of the features offered by the Blackberry or Tilt. I text and call, but I don't want a regular flip phone.
     
  7. TheWeasel

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    Note that AT&T just changed their tethering policy to be like Verizon's. Now you can only use 5GB a month of transfer when tethered to your computer. Lame.
     
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    Yeah I wanted the pantech duo but I think i'm going to save up some more and buy the tilt...phone looks sick. I won't be using a data plan but whatever.
     

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