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The Best T-mobile/AT&T Phone 2012 For Your Buying Guide

Written By Mark Antalusya on April 30, 2012 | 12:31 PM

Alongside its more traditional plans and Flexible Boosters, T Mobile/AT&T has announced the Full Monty plan. Laid bare, the plan offers truly unlimited calls, texts and data.

Should you need it, the last of those is tether-able, a massive bonus in today's data-centric world. On top of that is unlimited use of T-Mobile and BT Openzone Hotspots.

For others who do not require so much, Pay Monthly plans come with an "Unlimited Booster". These provide either unlimited texts, landline calls or T Mobile calls and are interchangeable.

With these plans, there are four data options; None, Basic, Standard and Extra. Basic Internet provides a mere 250MB of mobile browsing a month to cater for the more occasional user.

This increases to 750MB and 1.5GB as you move up, but also thrown in, both the Standard and Extra plans do throw in a further 3GB of Wi-Fi data.

Fixed plans are also around for those who frequently overspend, or parents of those who do. Working as a mixture of contract and Pay As You Go, these plans not only stop you from going over your limits, they come with a range of Flexible Boosters to change as you want.

The Best T-mobile Phone 2012

Here is The Best T-mobile Phone 2012 For Your Buying Guide :

BlackBerry Bold 9900

Until the announcement of the iPhone, BlackBerry were the businessman's phones of choice for their superb secure mailing system, and easy to use keyboards. Continuing this legacy is the Bold 9900. It packs a superb touch screen to show off OS7 and NFC technology on top of a fast processor to cope with just about anything you throw at it - if you're into your Blackberrys, this is the phone to get.
Read our full BlackBerry Bold 9900 Review here

Samsung Galaxy S2

This isn't the first time we've said it and doubtless we'll say it again, despite being almost a year old, but Samsung really developed a smashing bit of kit. The Super AMOLED Plus screen provides an amazing face backed by a zippy processing heart will keep the S2 going strong for some time to come.
Read our full Samsung Galaxy S2 review here

Sony Xperia S

Following a high profile divorce settlement of around €1.05 billion, Sony has brought its new flagship device to market. Just looking at it, you know it's a phone that you're not going to be ashamed of showing off to your friends. You won't be disappointed with the innards either, as you'll find NFC, and a truly fantastic 12mp camera.
Read our full Sony Xperia S Review here


The HTC One X has bounded onto the scene, and with its HD screen, NFC capabilities and quad-core processor it really is one of the top phones of the moment.
It's running the latest version of Android in the shape of Ice Cream Sandwich, plus one of the best cameras on the market - capable of shooting 99 photos in a row and taking snaps while recording in 1080p HD. In short, one of the best phones around right now.
Read our full HTC One X review.

Nokia Lumia 800

Despite maybe pursuing Symbian for a bit longer than we'd have liked, Nokia has always been a brand you could expect to make a high end bit of kit. We were not left disappointed with the Lumia 800. Its quick and responsive, and the addition of Windows Phone 7.5 is taking Nokia back towards where it once stood - albeit a little slower than the Finnish firm might have liked.
Read our full Nokia Lumia 800 Review here

Apple iPhone 4S

Like the aforementioned Galaxy S2, this is a phone that we have mentioned once or twice before. Its rather difficult not to though, as it has a swift dual core processor and stunning Retina Display supported by well regulated and well stocked App store. It might not be the revolutionary device like the original, but with what it brings to the market, it didn't need to be.
Read our full Apple iPhone 4S Review here

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