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http://www.t-mobile.com/bring-your-own-phone.html

"SIM cards now $0.99!
Bring your own device
A simple switch of your SIM card gets you on our high-speed network. Have a tablet you love? Bring it to T-Mobile.
New line on qualifying rate plan required. Plus tax. Expires 4/29/14 at 11:59pm PST."

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The very fine print, don't know if it is that important:
T-Mobile caveat said: Please note that 4G phones that do not support the 1700/2100-MHz bands will operate at 2G (EDGE) speeds in some areas on our network. If you believe your device is compatible with T-Mobile's network and do not see it listed above, please call our customer care line.
 


 

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Squonk said:   The very fine print, don't know if it is that important:
T-Mobile caveat said: Please note that 4G phones that do not support the 1700/2100-MHz bands will operate at 2G (EDGE) speeds in some areas on our network. If you believe your device is compatible with T-Mobile's network and do not see it listed above, please call our customer care line.


You need a compatible phone to work on their network as with all carriers. T-Mobile using 850/1900 for GSM (most, if not all devices are quad-band compatible), Band IV (this is what they are highlighting with the disclaimer) and II (1900 refarmed in most markets) for HSPA+ and Band 4 (main LTE network), 2 (in some places), and 12 (not deployed yet) for LTE.
http://phx.corporate-ir.net/External.File?item=UGFyZW50SUQ9MTkyN...

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Does this deal expire tomorrow?
I am looking to start new service with T-Mobile soon.
Thanks!

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cryztal6 said:   Does this deal expire tomorrow?
I am looking to start new service with T-Mobile soon.
Thanks!

  It looks as if you have to start your service plan when you order the sim.

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