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u/zakats · 12 pointsr/tmobile

How cheap do you want to go?

The Obsidian is on sale at walmart for $40. It's a very impressive device for $40 or $60 though my key complaint about it is that my particular device's screen is fairly dim when it comes to its auto-brightness feature. At least it does auto-adjust its brightness, unlike the LG Leon. Its speaker also punches way above its weight.

Carrier aggregation is a flagship-level feature for the most part. I don't think it's enabled on the snapdragon 210 devices though I know the modem supports 2x10 carrier aggregation- not that it'd be all that useful for most markets. IMO carrier aggregation isn't a very useful feature for most people/locations on tmo... I wouldn't call this a must-have at all, especially if you want to go cheap.


My recommendations:

  1. Simple choice, best bang/buck with true midrange performance at $179: LG Stylo

  2. Best flagship value: Nexus 5x @ $350.

  3. Good value with a few tradeoffs while mostly retaining good performance: Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, $150 @ Walmart.

  4. Nice phone, good value, good look, front-facing speaker, far better screen + 'nicer experience' than the Samsung, lesser price, but less CPU performance: $130 HTC Desire 626s @ Walmart. This could possibly be a better buy than the Samsung but I wrote it first... oh well.

    Diminishing returns due to having less than 1.5 GB of RAM

  5. Water resistant, good UI, decent performance, good quality, overall impressive... but 1 GB of RAM: $80 Kyocera Hydro Wave

  6. The absolute cheapest band 12, T-Mobile phone available right now with VoLTE (Edit: no VoLTE and band 12 has to be manually enabled if so desired) and WiFi calling: $40 ZTE Obsidian. It might not be available much longer since ZTE is launching a very similar phone soon that occupies basically the same part of the market with similar specs.

    Honorable mention: the $150 Blu Life One X and similar 5.5" Blu Vivo XL (releasing in the next month-ish) perform better than all mentioned except the Nexus. The only real caveat is that these don't have VoLTE, otherwise I'd have purchased >4 already.


  • I don't recommend any of the devices in the top link between the ZTE and the Kyocera.

  • The ZTE is very low end but it is surprisingly decent. It performs somewhere around higher-end Snapdragon 210 devices like the HTC 626s.

  • The ZTE Avid Plus is due to release next month week, Walmart retail options (same phone, discounted price) generally follow in a few weeks. Some features will be better but you'll still only have 1 GB of RAM :(

  • One of the Blu links provided above shows both the Vivo 5 and Vivo XL. According to the specs list, only the XL is acceptable-ish since it has band 12- the 5 doesn't. Oddly, the 5 is supposed to have VoLTE but I'm skeptical. I'm cautious about what features these phones will actually launch with. The spec list is very appealing and the 5 is a sharp-looking phone... we'll have to see about that one later.

  • Not having VoLTE for the Blu phones could lead to not having call service in some rare areas or areas within buildings that only band 12 penetrates. In one case, this led to a /r/tmobile subscriber to be unable to reach 911 with their Moto E... choose cautiously.

  • The Nexus 6 is still an excellent phone and might still be available for $250. It's certainly worth consideration around the top of my list... just depends on your ability to find them at that price, the viability of purchasing them online in such a manner that's kosher with company expense reporting/etc, the manner in which warranty details would be handled, and it's a MASSIVE phone. The LG Stylo is big, but the N6 is huge.
u/PaulRivers10 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

The cheapest comparable phone offered directly by TMobile right now is the LG G4 for $400:

Some people have said that it's not as smooth running as other phones though. But it does have a very nice screen.

Some people like the Moto X Pure Edition - we know for sure that it's getting Band 12 in the next few weeks here because some people part of early testing already have it (in addition to official announcements). It's offered on Amazon, but not directly from TMobile. It's one major drawback is that it lacks Wifi Calling because it's a 3rd party phone. It has a decent screen, I think comparable to the Nexus 5.

I personally have a ZTE Axon Pro ($400):

I got this rather than the other options (returning a Moto X) because I've personally found that this phone has the best screen that's the easiest for my eyes to focus with compared to the other phones I looked at or tried. It has Band 12 right now. It also lacks wifi calling unfortunately. I don't know what it is about the screen - the Moto X screen was much nicer than the Htc m9 screen I had before it, but the ZTE Axon Pro screen - there's just something about it that my eyes really like. Dunno if it applies to other people though, my eyes have always been a little weird about focusing on text.

The ZTE Axon Pro has a 32gb model from Amazon Warehouse deals on sale for $300 right now ("very good" condition so it's probably a phone someone bought tried and it was fine but they went with another model), that's probably the best price. After I installed the software update on it it's been a great phone for me.

There's also a Nexus 5x available, it's sold through Google but not directly through TMobile. It doesn't have Band 12 yet though they've said it will officially get it. It's gotten middling reviews though.

The easy choice to suggest is the LG G4 because it's sold directly by TMobile and it's a decent phone. I have not used it myself. I have the ZTE Axon Pro, that's personally my favorite at the moment.

P.S. This page has a list of all the Band 12 phones available for tmobile, both from tmobile direct and not:

It's easy to find a budget phone directly from tmobile, but they tend to be laggy in everyday use. The ZTE Axon Pro I can tell you is very responsive (after software update) and fast and $300 is probably the cheapest band 12 capable phone I know of right now, that's not a low end budget phone.

u/infeststation · 12 pointsr/tmobile
  • If you're on T-mobile One, enable Kickback on all your lines. That will get you a $10 credit for every line that uses less than 2gb.

  • I'm not sure if they're still doing it, but if you go to your local T-Mobile store, you can get a free "CellSpot" router. It's a rebranded Asus router and it's pretty kickass.

  • If you're interested in Sling TV, they offer a 30% off promo to T-Mobile customers.

  • I would uninstall/disable all of the T-mobile apps you can except for visual voicemail. It's name tells you what it does, but it simply lets you listen to your voicemails without having to call. My T-mobile and Device Unlock cannot be disabled, but the rest can.

  • Samsung and T-Mobile are running a promo that will get you a free VR for purchasing the S8. They're also offering a free entertainment kit that you can redeem in the Shop Samsung app.
u/Vliger2002 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

While this one won't meet all your desired specifications, at a mere $149, consider the Blu Life One X (2016). It's compatible with T-Mobile and has Band 12. So unless they work with T-Mobile, HD Voice and VolTE and Wifi Calling won't make it in. Supposedly Marshmallow will come to the device around March 2016. It does have a MediaTek Octacore (roughly around the performance of the Snapdragon 801 often used last year), dual-sim slot, MicroSD card support, 2GB of RAM, 13MP and 5MP cameras, an aluminum frame, and 5.2" 1080P display. But reading some reviews, it lacks in some areas that some may find crucial

It's not an amazing device that'll blow your socks off. But at the price point (especially if you got it for $99 when it first launched 2 weeks ago), it's a great device–definitely better than a Galaxy S3.

I did manage to pick up a couple of ZTE ZMax's for $45 at Walmart (under Family Mobile) before they first stopped selling them. That's also a great low-mid end device (great battery life).

I also have used the Moto X Pure. Currently, no Wifi-calling (not sure about HD Voice and VoLTE, either. Does have Band 12 support on Marshmallow now.

The best device that meets your requirements is the Nexus 5X. For the price of $329, you get timely updates directly from Google, you get HD Voice, VoLTE, Band 12 and Wifi-Calling, fast charging, USB Type C, a great display, and more.

Realistically, it all depends on how much you want to spend and what features you want.

u/SweetBearCub · 3 pointsr/tmobile

I was searching Phonescoop, but am not sure if that's all of my options, or if their database is accurate. For example, they show the ZTE Axon Pro as not being released yet, while Amazon has reviews dating back to August 2015 for it.

I prefer off-screen (not the software-driven ones) buttons.

Ability to accept a microSD card would be nice, but is not required.

LTE bands 2/4/12, VoLTE, and WCDMA bands 2/4 (3G) are all requirements.

Going to the 50th anniversary Star Trek convention in Vegas this year in August, and I need to bring back some great picture memories, and my Galaxy Avant's camera (specced as 5 MP, tops out at 4.9 MP, but in 4:3, 3.7 MP is the max in 16:9) won't cut it!

u/GhostBond · 4 pointsr/tmobile

> We have older phones (iPhone 5s and Galaxy S4)...Is there a marked difference in performance between the two?

Yeah, the iPhone 5s is known for having crappy reception, while the Galaxy s4 has very good reception (but no band 12 of course).

But even worse, the Samsung Galaxy s4 from Verizon doesn't work very well when put on TMobile. If I remember right it loses LTE, some bands, something doesn't work well at all. The iPhone 5s will support everything (except again band 12).

Looking at the official tmobile coverage map and flipping between devices (change device in the upper right hand corner, choose "my device is not in the list" for no band 12, or a samsung galaxy note 5 for band 12), you're going to run into substantially reduced coverage if your phone does not have band 12. You'll be ok in Grand Forks and Crookston, but most anywhere outside of that in North Dakota you'll only have roaming coverage which means little data. Whereas if you had Band 12 you'd get high speed data.

If you want to try out TMobile, in North Dakota, I would highly suggest at least one of you gets a phone that supports Band 12. You could do this with:

ZTE Obsidian $40 - absolute cheapest phone you can use for test tmobile coverage:

LG K7 $90 - Cheapest "good as a phone" phone for testing tmobile:

Axon Zte Pro $325 - Very nice screen but will only work on gsm carriers (tmobile and at&t):

Nexus 5x $325 - Midrange phone. The advantage here is that you can use it on either Verizon or TMobile, so if you need to switch back you can just keep using it:

Nexus 6p $450 - same as above but it's a bigger and nicer model:

iPhone 6s $650 - Expensive phone, but again it works the same on both tmobile and verizon so if you switch back to verizon you can keep using it:


The problem is, a lot of tmobile's coverage in north dakota is newer and is band 12. Your s4 from verizon won't work well with getting data or signal on tmobile at all. Your iphone will work better but still no band 12, and it has a reputation of getting poor signal overall. I just don't see a good way to test tmobile in your area without having a band 12 capable phone.

P.S. One more thing, TMobile has a "coverage guarantee" thing where you could buy a new phone and plan and if it doesn't work for you return it in the first 30 days and get your money back.

u/Fiendish_Ferret · 11 pointsr/tmobile

Looking at it from the perspective of a buyer who ONLY wants the phone: T-mobile has the Gear VR, Controller, and bonus Oculus content; and then a deal where you pay $100 extra for some stuff you probably didn't want in the first place.

After a one minute google search I've already found two other retailers that have better offers albeit not offering t-mobile branded phones.

Best Buy: Pre-order and get everything t-mobile is including plus a clean $100 off of the total price

Sams Club: Pre-order and get everything t-mobile is including plus a $150 Sams Club gift card

Am I missing something or does t-mobile enjoy shaking down their customers by refusing to stock their phones in other retailers and then giving arguably the worst deal on the market for a new release?

Not to mention looking at the listing for the AKG headphones on amazon, the price was intentionally hiked up twice since the end of Feb, I assume to coincide with the release of the GS8, from $120 to $150 in order to look like a better deal. Via CamelCamelCamel

The micro SD price has been stable.

u/Photography7 · 6 pointsr/tmobile

So I was able to get a 20% off code and signed up through the website and have a tracking code. I have a few questions on how to properly sign up for T-Mobile:

  1. When I go on the promotion status site to check it, it says Tampa, FL for the location, but I'm in Dallas, TX. Will this be okay? It did take my phone number when I signed up and my email, and I printed out the confirmation page with tracking ID. Also, how long will it take for me to see the 20% discount for life on my bill?

  2. I'm switching over from Verizon and have an iPhone 6s Plus, and will be porting my number over. I want to go about this properly and need a SIM card. Can I purchase this Amazon prepaid SIM card and activate it on the T-Mobile One Postpaid account with my 20% off discount?: If not, where can I purchase a correct SIM card?

  3. How do I activate the SIM card once I get it and transfer my number? Do I need to call in or can it be done online?

  4. Can I also sign up for the "17SWITCHER" $150 gift card promo and stack the coupon? If so, do I just go on the T-Mobile Promotions site and enter that before or after I sign up? How long does it take to receive the card via mail?

    Thank you in advance!
u/50atomic · 2 pointsr/tmobile

> Does it set you up with a monthly plan with 5gb data for real?

Maybe, but the plan is real.

> Do you have to get one of these every month, or does it just set it up like a normal plan?

Multiple payment options:

Or you can buy it here:

Or activate a new line online yourself here:

> Also, can it work with a Samsung Galaxy s4? Or will I need to switch phones?

Not very well, I would recommend a better network compatible phone.

> I also read you can stream video without using data, does this apply to this plan?

Unofficially, yes with Binge On but this can change at any time given it's a prepaid plan

u/spinoza844 · 0 pointsr/tmobile Have you thought about this one (10 bucks less than what you asked but still)? This phone is pretty insane for the price. 1080p screen, 13 mp camera, great processor, LTE support. Otherwise I might recommend the Moto G.

u/Ted1337 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

You already have an activate account, number, and the $30 plan. You just need to perform a SIM swap. You can go to a T-Mobile store to do this (but the SIM will cost $20) or you can get a $4.99 SIM starter kit from Best Buy or Amazon ( or, call into customer service, and perform a SIM swap. Do NOT buy a new SIM from the T-Mobile website; these are not meant for replacements, and will come pre-activated. While they can be deactivated and reused, it's a hassle and easier to just get a new SIM put on your account at a T-Mobile store, or get a blank, inactive SIM from Amazon or Best Buy.

u/Druid_Fluid · 1 pointr/tmobile

I'd check out the BLU One Life X, only $150 so it's below your budget, it comes with a flipcase and a screen protector. It has 2GB ram unlike some other lower end phones, and 1080p 5.2" screen for great one handed use, also band 12 support and Ive been getting great battery life, but no removable battery.

Other wise I'd keep an eye open for used LG G4 if you want to spend more but get something more powerful, hopefully the price will drop now that the LG G5 is coming out.

u/_tpebora · 1 pointr/tmobile

Ok so this one is pretty straightforward. You're looking for a great phone that isn't an iPhone and works well with T-Mobile?

check out the Nexbit Robin. It supports VoLTE and Band 12 after an update. only $149

u/niftydl · 1 pointr/tmobile

Most phones in the $100 are pretty bad compared to even older flagship devices. Get a phone with band 12 and VoLTE support for best possible service.

Some options:

Moto G4 from Amazon with prime discount:

LeEco S3 on flash sale for $149:

Amazing performance for the price and even supports WiFi calling. Limited to 32 GB internal storage though.

u/HeyListenHere · 2 pointsr/tmobile

First of all, do not buy a T-mobile phone or an ATT phone company phone.

Tand A go out of their way to limit the phones by hiding bands and other crap.

Save yourself lots of headaches and get an UnLocked phone with both ATT and Tmobile
Unlocked phones just optimize your options for the future. Swithch between various Tmo and Att Options.

At this point, I'd say the $150 Blue Life One X is the best bang for the money.

the $150 Blue Life One X easily looks and performs like a $300 + phone.

Looks good, 5.2 beautiful screen, very slim, Full HD Screen, etc.
the $150 Blue Life One X is not perfect, but an overall good buy.

u/anothercookie90 · 1 pointr/tmobile

have you tried T-Mobile in your area? know what the coverage is like etc? test drive for free

If you have an unlocked phone you could also use a SIM card to use the speedtest app and root metrics for free

BestBuy and amazon have SIM cards for $4.99 bestbuy pick up in store, amazon with prime shipping.

u/rdyoung · 5 pointsr/tmobile

Yeah, you should be getting more than that on most hardware especially on 5g bands.
You won't ever get what the line is capable of, overhead and all that jazz.

I'm on spectrum 1gig over coax. The up is severely limited, I get max like 50mb on a good day but my pixel 3 xl on 5g just cleared 370mbs down via

I've been using this router
for almost 2 years, best router I have ever had.

u/dman1226 · 1 pointr/tmobile

A lot of people have luck cutting it themselves, there are many tutorials on YouTube. Or for only $7 you can buy a cutter on Amazon (there are even cheaper options, but this one had the best reviews)

Aerb Sim Card Cutter with Nano-Micro, Nano-Standard, Micro-Standard Sim Adapters for Cellphones, Black

u/trytuyiu · 2 pointsr/tmobile

Prepaid sim is the only way to try it out. Looks like you can get the some airtime and the sim card for under $20. (you can probably re-use the sim if you like the service.)

Make sure you have a phone with Band 12 (700Mhz).

u/Nikick83 · 1 pointr/tmobile

I've heard some good things about this one:
However, understand that an MI line has a fixed amount of 4g lte data per month based on plan (starts at 2gb and I think goes up to like 20gb or 25gb) and you cannot put in a regular tmobile one voice unlimited data sim into any Hotspot device and expect it to work for more than a couple of days. Tmobile will then cancel that sim because using it in that way is a violation of their TOS.

Tmobile has said on multiple occasions that their data network and the unlimited plans are NOT meant to be a replacement for your home broadband internet service. Hope that helps!

u/Martin2014 · 4 pointsr/tmobile

You can keep a nano sim registered on your line and then use an adapter (nano->micro) so it will fit in the other phone. This way you'd have one number but would have to move the sim card every time you want to switch phones.
The adaptors are like this.

u/AidenXY · 2 pointsr/tmobile

If you have Amazon, you can get the Moto G4 with lockscreen ads for $149.99.

Or you can get the ZTE ZMax Pro for $179.99 through T-Mobile or $7.50/month for 24 months if you have good credit or paid your bill on time for 12 consecutive months to qualify for $0 down.

u/icecream21 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

T-Mobile doesn't care if you have a Verizon phone or not. As long as it's unlocked you're good to go. Also iPhone 6 Plus isn't band 12 compatible so depending on your area, you may not be able to take advantage of T-Mobiles entire network. iPhone 6s, 7, & SE are band 12 compatible.

Edit: You can activate a sim online and select your plan and port your number. Get the 3 in 1 sim from amazon:

u/ryaniskira · 2 pointsr/tmobile

It is a high end router, it is not the sacrificial altar of wireless orgasms but really good for the price. I actually just bit the bullet and bought mine from T-Mo and flashed Merlin on it.

u/exposetheheretics · 1 pointr/tmobile

I bought this 3-1 prepaid sim off amazon.

but am i understanding correctly that i still need to pay for service (pay as you go $3/month)? I only need 30 seconds to take the call and never again.

i'm on step six here for my adapter

this guy sounds like he did what i want to do only paid five for the card.

i'd ask over there but it takes a month to get a response in that inactive sub.

u/maximumhamburgers · 0 pointsr/tmobile

You're not missing out on much without T-Mobile Tuesdays... that being said, you can get a prepaid SIM from Amazon for like $8, and then you can go from there without having to throw down $20 that T-Mobile tries to charge.

u/Venya · 1 pointr/tmobile

Back in the day, to go from standard sim to micro sim is wasn't that hard to cut down. From micro to nano it's worth getting a simple sim cutter like this one for $7. I've cut down my sims and for some friends - the sim cutter pays for itself.

u/stanleywinthrop · 1 pointr/tmobile

One alternative is this:

T-Mobile Prepaid Complete SIM Starter Kit

I've activated several of these on my postpaid account and never had a problem. 10 is better than 25.

u/--yy · 1 pointr/tmobile

Thanks. Are you sure, that this will allow me to get back on my $30 plan ?? I ask as this plan is difficult to get into once you are in another plan. The way I did it last time was get a $30 sim with plan included starter pack from walmart.

I see this and this on amazon, the second having the same plan as I want, but more expensive that it should be. If what you're saying is right, I should be able to just get the first one.

u/wwtectmo · 1 pointr/tmobile

Just for fun here is 10x more the capacity


u/gabrielr7637 · 5 pointsr/tmobile

You can also get one from amazon for $9.99 instead of the $25 if that doesn’t end up working, probably can find some way cheaper on eBay, just make sure they are not expired.

u/invisiblesquid · 2 pointsr/tmobile

I couldn't find anything that takes a sim to hook a phone to but you could use the current phone with bluetooth to connect it to a normal phone.

You could get a Cordless Phone System with bluetooth or get something like this Bluetooth Gateway. Just leave the phone plugged in by the base station / gateway.

u/Dopamin3 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

> Notice that what I'm really asking is--can it physically be done

Yes, physically you can do it with a SIM cutter like that. SIMs are all essentially the same just in different sizes. You can cut a SIM down, you can also "pad" a smaller size SIM to fit in a bigger SIM slot.

u/pinkbutterfly1 · 3 pointsr/tmobile

Yes, but you might have to call 611 to do it as the option is removed from the website most of the time.

The same as BestBuy is also available on Amazon w/prime shipping:

u/medikit · 2 pointsr/tmobile

I own the regular version of this:

Does this offer me any advantages other than price?

u/Swastik496 · 5 pointsr/tmobile

I bought this for my 14 day Europe trip. Put it in my phone yesterday to see if it works and am currently getting full speed AT&T(so it’s also useful inside a hotspot if you’re taking a trip to an area without T-Mobile coverage).

It’s sad that 3 UK offers better prices on AT&T than AT&T does.

u/productfred · 1 pointr/tmobile

If you're going to EU countries only, EU carriers have eliminated roaming fees across each other. I used this in France and Portugal:

Worked great. I got 3G only, but it was as fast as LTE.

u/swaggity_swiggity · 2 pointsr/tmobile

PrePaid Europe (UK THREE) sim card 12GB data+3000 minutes+3000 texts for 30 days with FREE ROAMING / USE in 71 destinations including all European countries

Not an eSIM, but this is my go to for Europe.

u/andynaija · 2 pointsr/tmobile

You could buy a SIM adapter kit so you can keep using your current nano SIM.

Something like this:

u/zeezey · 2 pointsr/tmobile

iSYFIX SIM Card Adapter Nano Micro - Standard 4 in 1 Converter Kit with Steel Tray Eject Pin
Get something like this.

u/E90alex · 1 pointr/tmobile

Are your Sprint phones paid off and/or are your contracts up with them?

If you don't qualify for EIP, your only option is to get a budget Android phone like the moto g4 to reduce your upfront costs.

u/Forty_Too · 1 pointr/tmobile

Yes - I can’t find a way to share a Prime Now link but here:

Here’s the same on Amazon itself but obviously no two hour delivery:

u/ybitz · 6 pointsr/tmobile

Moto G4, $130 for Amazon prime members with lockscreen ads. +$20 to upgrade from 16GB to 32GB, +$50 to get rid of ads,

u/Al_the_Alligator · 1 pointr/tmobile

Check out stuff like this. Do you need YOUR phone number to work while you are there? If so this is not an option.

u/minnesnowta · 1 pointr/tmobile

$25. T-Mobile stopped allowing 3rd party stores (best buy, etc) to sell their sim cards (was $5 at best buy).

You can buy sim cards on ebay - I've seen them for around $5. You can also try cutting your existing SIM card to fit the smaller size - you can find templates online that you can print and use to cut. Some stores might even have a SIM cutter tool that will do it for you, but I think they discourage doing that.

You can also buy a sim cutter on amazon: , but just buying a nano sim from ebay would be cheaper.

u/Bittoman · 1 pointr/tmobile

It's based on the Asus 1900ac router and the firmware does most of the heavy lifting.

u/dsatrbs · 1 pointr/tmobile

You could, but why not just spend the 4.99 on a new SIM.

u/mc_88 · 1 pointr/tmobile

T-Mobile Prepaid Complete SIM Starter Kit

Works for postpaid too

u/mubin_bzs_06 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

You can go to a store and ask, sometimes they don't charge for sim replacement. This one will also work. And the link you posted, that will work too.

u/jamesgryffindor99 · 1 pointr/tmobile

It's a bit cheaper on Amazon.
(If you want the gold color)
I Just ordered it yesterday (My MXPE has horrible battery life and it overheats like crazy)

u/B1GEast · -2 pointsr/tmobile

Doesn't matter to me since its removable, I always buy ZeroLemon batteries.

u/defaults_are_shit · 1 pointr/tmobile

You can buy a cutout tool from Amazon for like 10 bucks. That's what I did when we took our 4 phones over to T-Mobile and had no issues. Just cut it down to the nano size.

Edit: Link

u/LittleBobby_Tables · 1 pointr/tmobile

You can also just cut your existing SIM down to nano size.

u/zook388 · 2 pointsr/tmobile

I keep seeing these numbers but they are totally wrong.

Micro SD Card - ~$150

Headphones - ~$120

Gear VR - New one with remote is not for sale yet, but given they are giving them away to all pre-orders, market value will be much lower than $129.

u/joshiee · 0 pointsr/tmobile

Xtreme Technologies Xlink BT Bluetooth Gateway - Black

This connects a analog phone to a cell phone over Bluetooth. I got one to test with an old alarm. Didn't work for the alarm (my guess is the delay in sending tones) but otherwise worked as advertised.

u/EntropismAtWork · 1 pointr/tmobile

It's $150, but it's one hell of a budget phone. If you search for reviews, it's being very well received.

At $200, you can't beat the Honor X from Huawei.

u/AlcoholicToddler · 1 pointr/tmobile

The android I was using broke. Can't I just bring in this ( to the tmobile store along with my previous regular sized sim card and tmobile account info so I can get shit transferred?