Normally I am a huge supporter of the work done by the Electronic Frontier Foundation but in this case I feel they are wrong, and here is why.
Rant : T-Mobile vs The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) – BingeOn | Keith I Myers
Shared with: Public, T-Mobile, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Adam Outler+1’d by: Carl Draper, Adam Outler, Joseph Hindy, Joseph Cappellino, Michael Hall, Marty BallardReshared by: Michael HallJoseph Cappellino – 2016-01-11 12:59:07-0500Great write up!Joseph Hindy – 2016-01-11 14:31:25-0500This is great work dude. I feel pretty much exactly the same way. Keith I Myers – 2016-01-11 21:16:24-0500+Adam Outler – It was this post, not the one about the MicroSD card – calling out the EFF is not exactly common in the circles we hang out in.Adam Outler – 2016-01-11 21:20:54-0500 – Updated: 2016-01-11 21:21:34-0500I see that. I logged into G+, and it showed those two posts side-by-side. LOL haha.
Edit- I heard the cool kids were not using LOL anymore. Dark-Ao Raiden-X – 2016-01-12 11:00:15-0500I have been with T-Mobile with 10+ years now and I really like how they do in my experience I have been treated better then most cell phone or other companies as a customer
So yeah recently T-Mobile has been doing awesome things but like always people are going to be people and complain about shit… my view is
1. It’s free!
2. 480p is fine with me (probably because I grew up without the stuff we had now and was fine watching things on tube TV)
3. You can call in and switch it off and now because of this article now know you can just log in and switch it off
Now what I don’t like what T-Mobile did
1. They didn’t tell anybody about turning it automatically and kind of seems like they wanted to sneak it in for the less tech savvy people to save money, which is not cool! Bad T-Mobile
But all in all I am with T-Mobile stills (seen people say they will switch carriers wow dramatic much lol) and it’s gonna take a lot more to make me switch!
And +Adam Outler I say lol who cares about being a cool kid just do you! Lol