Looking at the Iphone (T-Mobile)

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by gocougz, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. gocougz macrumors newbie

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    So I've been reading a lot of threads and heard a lot about T-Zones and an unlimited plan... I'm looking at getting two 2g Iphones, went to the T-Mobile website to activate an account and to get the ball rolling for the iphones and I couldn't find the T-Zones or an unlimited data plan anywhere (unless that's the 100mb)... I live in montana right now and will probably be primarily roaming, but I travel quite a bit to my home in Spokane so they wouldn't cancel me for having all roaming minutes.

    a. Will T-Zones work while roaming and in Montana? And if so how do I select this feature?

    b. Or should I get the 100mb for 19.99 because it comes with text messaging? Because the Text messaging is a must. (web2go)

    Please note that these are all family plans.

    Thanks a bunch!
     
  2. jmann macrumors 604

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    Tzones is discontinued, but still working for people who already had it (like me:D). You can get the unlimited data plan for 20.00 that will work for you. Or if you aren't going to use the internet heavily, then I would suggest getting the 100mb option, with the texting.

    To see coverage you can go to t-mobile's website, and look at their coverage map for montana to see if you will get data services there.
     
  3. magpiper macrumors newbie

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    iphone in montana?

    i am moving to montana in 90 days from san diego, california. i currently use the original iphone and was planning on upgrading to the 3g iphone next month before my move to bigfork. however, since i learned that at&t does not service montana 32 days ago, i am trying to find out what options i have. i located one thread stating celluarone as a carrier for the 3g iphone. would appreciate any leads on iphone usage in montana.

    thanks:)
     

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