I'm looking at switching services from Sprint to something else and checked out ATTWireless mLife. Does anyone have it and if so, how is it and customer service? What about the range?<br><br>They have the Sony/Erricson T616 for free...looks like a good phone.<br><br>
Heh...funny Steve..funny That phone isn't..but this one is!<br><br>Dual processors give you a Java gaming experience that's got the juice. The NEC 515 also delivers powerful business functionality in a wireless phone, from PC synchronization with Outlook, to enhanced features for Web browsing and receiving your office or personal e-mail directly on the phone. <br><br>Link<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by JohnR on 12/19/03 02:11 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I had T-Mobile, now I have had AT&T Wireless for about 4 months. For me, it sucks. Lots of places I can't get a signal here. Wish I had stayed with T-Mobile. I have a SE T68i. <br><br>As soon as my year is up with AT&T I am going to look for another carrier.<br><br>You may have no problems at all with AT&T in your area, hard to say. Ask around to see what experiences people have in your area with it. <br><br>
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