PlatinumTel BYOP service to be on T-Mobile network

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  1. John says:

    I used this service for two (2) Years and it was pretty good, BUT…WHEN WAS PLATINUMTEL GOING TO TELL US WE HAD TO BUY A NEW PHONE AND CHANGE FROM CDMA TO GSM SERVICE???!!! Late last year PlatinumTel decided to switch from Sprint CDMA to T-Mobile GSM service. This requires a different kind of phone and, for me, T-Mobile does not have coverage in my area. I found out about the change by “stumbling” onto it quite by accident during an internet search. WHEN WERE YOU GOING TO TELL US, PLATINUMTEL???!!! The change happens NEXT Month (July 2013)!!! WE HAVE YET TO RECEIVE AN OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION – Mid-June 2013!!!

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