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    Posted on November 6th, 2010 5 comments
    T-Mobile G2

    T-Mobile G2

    Well, it has been over a week and I’ve successfully unlocked my T-Mobile G2 phone and ported my number with Mobilicity, Canada’s only 3.5 G network running on 2100 mhz frequency. I was originally with Rogers, but after unsuccessfully waiting on hold for 45 minutes, I quickly said it was time to give another company a chance.

    After using the iPhone, the Xperia X10 and now HTC’s G2, I’m confident to say that this is the best phone purchase I’ve ever made. The G2 comes with the stock version of Google Android 2.2 Froyo, making surfing the web like surfing on a desktop computer. I find myself lying in bed, using my phone instead of my laptop now. I’ve always heard that the smart phone will replace the computer, but now I’m starting to really see it. Let me explain why the G2 rocks…

    Steve Jobs has been ranting and raving how HTML 5 is the next best thing. He’s simply wrong and stubborn. Flash is great and works like an absolute charm on my Android phone. So whatever smoke Jobs has been blowing, Google just proved him wrong. I would love to see him eat his words now. The battery life is fantastic on my G2 and Flash does not seem to effect it. In addition, Jobs kept mentioning how Adobe was not built for the touch screen. Well, Google sure found a way around it. All the hot spots on the flash element work flawlessly with touch and when you double click on the Flash item, it full screens! ┬áCan it be any better?



    So with Android now supporting flash, multi touch, a superb market store, and all the bells and whistles you can find anywhere else, why would anyone pay for an over expensive, closed minded iPhone? I don’t get it. They say the app store is better, but I haven’t been able to find one relevant app on the iPhone that I can’t find for my Android. I know Apple users are die hards, but they are simply becoming irrational and failing to realize that the superior product is no longer Apples.

    As for Mobilicity, their network is definitely choppy and their data connection is far from stable. Once you leave the coverage area, Mobilicity works great, aside from the fact data roaming is extremely expensive. If you are looking for a cheap solution, Mobilicity rocks. If you want a stable solution, stick to either Rogers, Bell or Telus. At the end of the day, I’m paying $40 a month compared to $240 with Rogers. I’ll stick with Mobilicity during their infancy and watch them only become better as they grow.

    If you are looking to unlock your phone for the G2, I found the fastest service to be at Everywhere else it took over 24 hours to receive the unlock code, where as these guys did it in a few hours. Enjoy!


    5 responses to “T-Mobile G2 on Mobilicity”

    1. Isn’t the Tmobile HTC G2 on the wrong frequency? How is your working?

      HTC’s site says: 850, 900, 1800, 1900

    2. The T-Mobile G2 is slightly different then the HTC Desire Z. The T-Mobile G2 runs on 2100 mhz.

    3. how’s the speeds on Mobi’s 3g?

    4. I just bought a T-Mobile G2 & unlocked it. It doesn’t seem to work with Bell. I tried Rogers and Wind Mobile sim card. No issues. Have you heard any issues like this before.

    5. Mobilicity uses UMTS Band IV… which is 1700mhz down 2100mhz up… if you’re looking for a phone to use with them (or Wind, or Videotron), it needs to have 1700mhz (all 1700 phones have 2100), european phones that only have 2100 won’t work.

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