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Considering switching to Andoid. Can we add roam only option?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by xvipx, Jun 5, 2010.

  1. xvipx

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    Hi everyone. I currently have a Pre and I love it. There are so many hacks to this phone to make it run faster and better. I'm considering the evo 4g. One feature that I really would like to see is a roam only option so that we can roam off verizon whenever we don't have good sprint service. I use this feature a lot on my pre. I don't like the fact that there is no physical keyboard either. How is the keyboard on this phone. I also don't get the $10 charge since Detroit doesnt have 4g.
     

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    No as long as there is Sprint service it will not Roam. No Roam only option that I know of. As far as the 10$ charge do a search of the forum and enjoy... That dead horse has been beaten on forums. The keyboard you get used to and then like, and then love.
     
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    I came from a Palm Treo and iPhone to a Motorola Droid...took a little adjusting but now I far prefer it to either previous phone.
    I still prefer the keyboard on my Treo to any other keyboard. The Droid physical keyboard is alright but I end up using the virtual keyboard a great deal. I imagine you would find the adjustment to be fairly similar.

    Not sure about the hack-ability on that phone. On the Droid the ease and extent of modification is beyond anything I have experienced before. And Android is the future, I firmly believe.

    Good luck
     
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    You can do it.. but dont be surprised when they clip your service for roaming too much. They havent enforced it much but expect to see it become a more regular thing.
     

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