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Save a Bundle on T-Mobile Phones Compared to Greensboro North Carolina T-Mobile Cell Phone Stores!  Why drive all over Greensboro comparing T-Mobile cellular phone deals when you can shop all major cell phone carriers including T-Mobile right here?  We offer free cell phones in Greensboro NC from all major carriers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile. Alltel, AT&T (formerly Cingular) and Nextel.  Most of the T-Mobile cell phones we offer are priced much lower than any cell phone store in Greensboro North Carolina.  Why would you shop anywhere else!  Not only do we carry all major cell phone providers, we also offer the largest selection of phones from manufacturers such as LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Palm, Samsung, Kyocera, Sony Ericsson, HTC and UTStarcom.  We offer free FedEx shipping to Greensboro NC on all T-Mobile mobile phones when you sign up for a new individual plan.  We also offer the best deals on T-Mobile cell phone upgrades, T-Mobile family plans and contract extensions.  With most of the T-Mobile mobile phones being free and many where you actually get cash back after rebates, why would you go anywhere else!  Compare and Save on Your Greensboro North Carolina T-Mobile Cell Phone Today!
Number Portability - F.A.Q.
Q. 
Can I port my phone number over to my new account at a later time or can it only be done when I initially place my order?
A.
  You can have your old cell phone number ported to your new cell phone service plan at any time, not only when you are establishing new service.  However when you establish your new account we highly recommend porting your number at that time.  We have much experience handling number portability requests for all major US cell phone carriers.  Waiting to port your number over until your new cellular phone account is established just creates more work for your and requires that you keep your old cell phone account active longer than necessary.

Number Portability - F.A.Q.
Q. 
I no longer use my home phone. Can I transfer that number to my new cell phone account?
A.
  Absolutely, you may transfer your existing home or business phone number to your new wireless phone as long as the phone number you're transferring is in a service area that your new cell phone provider covers.  According to FCC rule the local phone company that is servicing your existing landline phone has up to four business days to transfer your phone number to your new carrier.  Since it does take a few days to complete the transfer you may be without cell phone service few a few days.

Choosing the Right Cell Phone and Service Plan
During the life of your cellular phone your calling plan will cost you quite a bit more than the actual cost of the cell phone, especially if the cell phone is free.  Therefore the best way to control your wireless spending is to choose the most cost effective calling plan that suits your needs with a carrier that has excellent wireless coverage in the area that you use your phone most.  Aggressive competition between wireless carriers has led to lower monthly plan cost and per minute cost as well as great deals on cell phones that have the latest cutting edge technology.  With customers ability to transfer their number between carriers and even transfer their land line number to their new cell phone provider, this has created even more downward pressure on similar cell phone service plans through direct competition.  As a result, more people are switching their phone service to exclusively wireless, dumping their land line altogether.
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