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    • Yes, I want to sign this petition, too! Looking for a nice phone on a smaller side and Xperia Z3 Compact looks perfect!

      • Hi T-Mobile. Please bring Experia Z3 Compact to US customers. Can't wait for you to consider it!

        • T-Mobile Germany and UK carry the Xperia Z3 compact. I wonder if the Wi-Fi calling feature will work in U.S. if you buy the phone from T-Mobile in Europe.  

          • T-Mobile press communicate: "T-Mobile is lining up a killer hardware portfolio for fall with a SELECTION THAT GIVES CUSTOMERS EVERY OPORTUNITY TO FIND THE PERFECT DEVICE".

            What about this T-Mobile? Put your money where your mouth is. Even among the I Phone fans the 4.7" I6 version is more popular than the bigger one.

            • I went to the t mobile store the other day was looking for this exact phone and I didn't have it but they said that if you buy it online elsewhere that you can bring into the store and they can activate it. I honestly should not have to do that and they should just have the phone in the store and corporate needs to stop being dic ks.

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                psycho.tank.driver wrote:

                 

                I went to the t mobile store the other day was looking for this exact phone and I didn't have it but they said that if you buy it online elsewhere that you can bring into the store and they can activate it. I honestly should not have to do that and they should just have the phone in the store.

                So, you do understand that the US is unique in tying a cell phone to a carrier, right?

                 

                In most of the rest of the world, you can go into an equivalent of Best Buy and purchase a cell phone, then you go to a mobile carrier's store and purchase the SIM to use their service.  Get tired of them?  Go to another carrier and buy a SIM.  There is no unlocking of devices because you want to use it on another carrier.

                 

                So, T-Mobile has seen this and has decided it's a better model -- separating the phone from the plan.  I think it's their hopes that eventually we'll be able to do the same (Apple has already done it.. and Google has done it).

                 

                It's impossible for a carrier to carry EVERY phone.  That's why they told you "hey -- if you buy it elsewhere and it's unlocked, you can use it on our network." -- that's the advantage of GSM technology and it's why the rest of the world succeeds in devices.

                • I would like to add my voice to the rest. Cell phones are getting too big. The Sony Z3 compact seems a perfect choice.

                  Please add this to the T Mobile lineup.

                  • I too prefer a smaller sized phone, and would still appreciate flagship specs. This looks like about the only choice, so I would appreciate it if T-Mobile, who I've been with for many many years, would carry this phone.

                    • I bought the xperia z1 compact off of eBay about 2 months ago. I found an unlocked z1c on ebay for a great deal (290 bucks), and bought a tmo sim. Granted the phone was used, but it looks and works as if it was in mint condition, hence the seller only had for a month.  I couldn't take waiting on T-Mobile to bring the z3 compact so  opted for the older brother, and I don't regret my decision. I LOVE my z1 compact, sure I would've loved to have the updated model in the z3 compact, but I don't feel like  I'm missing much when I compare the z1c to the z3c. So if u don't want to wait hopelessly for the z3c to come to TMO, go for the z1c. U won't be disappointed.

                      • I don't use T-Mobile, but I contemplated changing to them because they support Sony phones. I consider it the best phone on the market and T-Mobile is the only carrier selling them. To my astonishment, T-Mobile has declined to sell the particular model I want: Z3 Compact. So I figured it was no big deal and would just purchase the phone from Amazon or directly from Sony. This which works fine for most phones, but not Z3's. Carriers have to install software to enable functions like WiFi calling, and they only do it on the phones they provided.

                        T-Mobile's refusal to sell the Z3 Compact, even though their customers want it and they already have a relationship with Sony, tells a lot about the company. They apparently don't give a damn about giving their users good care and support. And the fact they fail to comprehend the advantages of the Z3 Compact indicates serious management problems. So I will stay with my current carrier. 

                        • T-Mobile needs to make the z3 Compact happen. Its an amazing phone thats not the size of messenger bag....

                          • Lots of luck 7 months after release.  Doesn't have Band 12 anyway.

                            Eagerly awaiting the Z4 series seeing as how the M9 looks like a flop.

                            • Signed. This is the phone I wanted when I signed up but they should have had.

                              • Feel like it's useless but gonna add my name to the list. Think many people would pick this over other phones in the store just on size alone. But man it's a killer phone. If only I could get it through t-mobile and get wifi calling. I'd pay extra for the device even.

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