After speaking to a T-Mobile representative on the phone, October 8, 2012, I was informed that my contract on (580) 819-1859 was changed from a month-to-month contract to a limited contract expiring in March 2013. The contract on my primary phone (580) 819-0715 is to expire in November 2012. I was told that due to a $200 credit given in March of 2011 that the contract on the -1859 number was thereby changed from the November expiration to March 2013 expiration. This was done without my permission and it was also done without anyone from T-Mobile explaining it to me at that time or any time since. I renewed my contract in November 2010 because I had been advised that T-Mobile was planning to merge with AT &T. Since this merger did not take place I am not satisfied with the service I get with my phones because (a) I have only “G” service instead of the 3G or 4G that was anticipated (b) cannot receive emails promptly in all areas unless I am within close range of a tower (c) cannot get on the internet in many areas because a signal is not strong enough or not available and there are many “dead spots”. The bottom line is that my contract for BOTH phones and phone lines should expire in November 2012, not one in November 2012 and the other in March 2013 because the changes made were done without my permission. Please resolve this matter at the earliest possible time prior to the expiration of the November 2012 timeline.
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