Sprint has the best values for it's awesome handsets in the wireless industry. In the postpaid arena, here I am rocking the Samsung EPIC 4G, which is the absolute best phone to launch in 2010. It's only $79.99 for Unlimited talk, text, and web on the Sprint 4G network, which is $20 cheaper than runner-up T-Mobile and $35-40 cheaper than AT&T and Verizon. Sprint's coverage is beyond adequate and there is a roaming agreement with Verizon that doesn't cost extra other than the Any Mobile, Anytime feature not applying while roaming and a 300 MB per month roaming data cap. In the prepaid arena, we have Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. Both offer the best values for Android smartphones on the market. We have the LG Optimus V costing only $25 per month for Unlimited text and web with 300 minutes. For those who talk a lot, we have the Samsung Galaxy Prevail costing $50 per month for Unlimited talk, text, and web that goes as low as $35 per month if you remain a customer for 18 months. Both run on the Sprint 3G network and are decent entry-level Android phones.