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what is sooo good about sprint anyway?


  1. Sterlsilver

    Sterlsilver Well-Known Member

    I seen nothing but people with sprint phones all week. Especially the HTC Evo. It's been bugging me for a while now but what deals do they offer really?

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  2. mariadroid

    mariadroid Well-Known Member

    a lot of people i know have sprint..it is a good company but has its flaws just like the rest of the carriers..my roommate has unlimited everything but he also pays @150...my other roommate has AT&T IPhone also unlimited but also pays @150
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  3. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    nothing right now until they finish their LTE rollout.
  4. Sterlsilver

    Sterlsilver Well-Known Member

  5. horsecharles

    horsecharles Well-Known Member

    re Sprint--that is not totally uncapped / unthrottled, right?
  6. mariadroid

    mariadroid Well-Known Member

    No caps
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  7. Sterlsilver

    Sterlsilver Well-Known Member

    from my understanding the unlimited plan is what $80 per month?
  8. mariadroid

    mariadroid Well-Known Member

    On the commercial it says 79 for unlimited but from what my roommate tells me that is not completely true... After taxes and fees and all the charges they both pay @150 they are paying for the name Imo
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  9. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    $150? is that for two lines?

    you gotta pay a $10 smartphone fee so thats $89 off top if your gonna try and put a 4g phone on that plan. with taxes and fees on top of that you'll be forking over about $100 a month.
  10. nycnyc

    nycnyc Well-Known Member

    Yeah, that's about the same price that one of my coworkers told my he pays for Sprint service. Lots of people where I work have Sprint since its cheaper, but lots complain about the signal reception at times.
  11. mariadroid

    mariadroid Well-Known Member

    150 one line
  12. mariadroid

    mariadroid Well-Known Member

    I was paying @120 for my I phone on Verizon 450 minutes and the only thing that was unlimited was text my data plan was pretty high never went over now I'm below 60 with metro
  13. 3vodroid

    3vodroid Well-Known Member

    I have the evo 4G lte on sprint with the unlimited plan my bill is usually around 88 dollars.. One line

    Is has been as high as 105 though.. I assume with apps and everything
  14. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    You getting some company discount or something?
  15. 3vodroid

    3vodroid Well-Known Member

    Nope.. No company discount at all.
  16. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    how many minutes do you get?
  17. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member

    Its unlimited. Lol
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  18. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

  19. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    Some of you guys have some terrible Intel on sprint lol.


    It's is unlimited talk, text and Web without caps or throttling.
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  20. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    apparently sprint has terrible intel on sprint. the link i posted is to their company site.

    the unlimited all plan is $109 with smartphone fee.
  21. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    hell, if you can get unlimited everything for $88 after all taxes and fees tell us how you did it and/or where you went to get that price. im not seeing it on their site.
  22. mike28

    mike28 Well-Known Member

    I tried sprint for a day I get a corporate discount of 24% and still metro beats it
  23. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member

    He did say he pays 105 at times
  24. Khemul

    Khemul Well-Known Member

    Technically you don't get unlimited everything for that price.

    But it really depends how you use your phone. For some people it is practically unlimited everything.


    The keys are unlimited data and they don't count calls to cell phones towards minutes. So if you put everything through data/text, or rarely make calls to land-lines, then you won't even come close to the 450 minutes.

    I think I typically use up 30-40 minutes a month, and I'm not even trying to avoid using minutes.
  25. THE W

    THE W Well-Known Member

    Yeah I know it's all about the data and 450 minutes is plenty as nights and weekends are free.
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