Tmobile being the only carrier that has this device is awesome
Can we expect some reasoning on why restricted choice for consumers is 'awesome'?
Why is that awesome? Wouldn't it be better for every carrier to carry the device so anyone has a chance of getting it? Or better yet, no carrier should carry it since they all do that OEM bullshit like segregating updates and making software changes.
And I'm saying this as a T-Mobile user. Fanboyism is horrible.
I'm all for other carriers having OnePlus devices but ONLY if they agree to not put bloatware. But as stated above, the whole delay in updates would drive people mad. Imagine T-Mobile getting an update while AT&T customers are still waiting.
But then again, the average cell phone user does not pay attention to updates. Especially the ones who go to carrier stores to purchase their devices. I use to work at AT&T and 70% of the phones that came through the door were out of date on their software. Hell, some customers even refuse to update their apps.
Maybe OP is being sarcastic?
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Can anybody explain the pros and cons of T-Mobile, I just do not understand the technique
Tmobile works well enough for my needs. If you want to use on another service, just purchase the international edition.
I'm sure OP was being sarcastic.
I bought the unlocked version currently using on AT&T, my phone reception is solid everywhere (e.g. in elevators, driving through canyons).
not so sure this is correct. Xfinity mobile, for instance, which runs on Verizon backbone doesn't support OnePlus 7 Pro at present...
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