|Ken Smith on 12 Oct 2016 11:19:27 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] phone|
I ended up going with the G5. Thanks for the responses. I went over my plan while I was there, unlimited everything and 5 gig tethering for 56/mo. Kinda tough to beat that and I got a 8 inch LG tab to. Like the phone so far except for Smart World downloading speeds are like dial up. Thanks again
My labmates with Android phones love Google Fi. It's $20/month +
$10/GB of data. Tethering's included at no additional charge besides
the data usage.
On Sun, Oct 09, 2016 at 12:02:09PM -0400, Ken Smith wrote:
> it would be really hard for me to give up that plan, especially since I do
> use the tethering frequently and it's so cheap
> On Oct 9, 2016 12:00 PM, "Charlie Li" <ml+PLUG@vishwin.info> wrote:
> > On 09/10/16 11:53, Will wrote:
> > > A co-worker of mine had his G5 just die on him. I don't want dissuade
> > > you but I view LG phones as nice phones that die early. I've seen it
> > > with my Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. The build quality is cheap and some of the
> > > solder joints are cold.
> > >
> > My G3 hasn't died yet. Far from it actually.
> > > I would really suggest what Norton is saying with the Google phones and
> > > that 0% financing.
> > >
> > That would mean Ken ditches his grandfathered business contract with
> > Telekom-Mobile, which we should all accept that isn't happening.
> > Especially when the plan comes with some kind of unlimited data.
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