Hi everyone. I was wondering if you guys could give me some input, and help me make a decision about what I'm going to do as far as carrier and phone choice. Right now, I have a crappy qwerty slider dumb phone, and virgin mobile service. I've decided to spend a little more money per month, and make the jump to a smart phone. I can't decide which route to take, though. Here's my thinking process so far: 1. Sprint, HTC Evo 4g LTE. This is what I'm leaning toward right now. I could get a plan with 450 minutes, unlimited messaging, unlimited data, for $70 a month. Sprint has great pricing options, however, I also don't want to regret buying the phone with them because of the 3g data network. I live in Youngstown, OH, and I don't think we'll see LTE for awhile. 2. T Mobile, Unlocked Galaxy Nexus. This would cost me a little bit more up front, but once I buy the nexus, I could just get one of T Mobile's prepaid plans, for $70 a month, I'd get unlimited calling, unlimited messaging, and 5gb of data. I would get HSPA+ in my area, which beats sprint's 3g network. The data speed would be improved, but I'd have capped data. Also, the Nexus sounds like a great phone, but I don't want to regret not getting the HTC OneX/Evo Lte/Galaxy S3. 3. ATT, HTC One X. This would be the priciest option for me. For ~500 mins, unlimited messaging, and 3gb of data, it's 90 bucks a month. I could get the One X, with LTE and HSPA+ data speeds, however the phone wouldn't have the added benefits that the Evo 4g LTE has. Also, ATT's LTE network is not in my city, so the LTE really isn't a bonus, but I feel like there's a higher chance for ATT to get LTE in my city sooner than sprint would. 4. Verizon (not in the topic heading). I hadn't really given them much thought yet, because they didn't have any of the phones I want, and they're expensive. But, they are the only carrier with LTE in my city, which is a bonus. What do you guys think? I'm going to pull the trigger in the next 2 weeks sometime, May 18th when the Evo 4G LTE comes out at the latest, but I just want to make sure I think everything through and make the best decision. Thanks for any input!