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Apple iPhone SE 2020 buy Sprint or T-Mobile version?

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I have Sprint and still on the framily plan if you can believe that. I am thinking about the new SE because its cheap mostly.

For now should I get a Sprint phone or the T-Mobile version and just run it on Sprint? Current coverage here is spotty. If I go to my favorite Taco Bell I get 2 bars of strength but I can't even use the app to order until I drive a block north. I worried about included bands working now and some becoming obsolete in the future.

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There is no difference if the phone is unlocked. It’s the same hardware.


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