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Michael101

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i thought about this really hard and i still do not know which company to go with a mobile phone

my friend said i should go with 3 www.three.com
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I like Sprint.
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If your looking to use prepaid I reccomend TracFone. You can get like 120 free minutes just by activating your service with them.
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If youre UK there isnt always a huge difference, three by all accounts is pretty good but who is best changes from month to month just go with one of the bigger ones like 3, o2, orange, vodafone, virgon is ok i was with them a while.

Also you know your system specs make no sense, you must have sub zero cooling and a prototype M2 motherboard.
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Michael101

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i am in Australia and my choices now are Teltstra, three, optus or vodafone

am getting prepaid
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Hi Michael101,

Yes pre-paid is fine, but you may want to check out the cost of the cents/block you may be surprised (maybe not as cheap as you think). Who you decide to sign up with depends on alot of things such as coverage, price, features/options etc. It is a bit difficult to recommend off hand. Do your homework and you shouldn't get burnt.

Good Luck
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