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Currently have Sprint but am curious what else is out there?

Discussion in 'Sprint' started by tennispro4ever, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. tennispro4ever

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    hello everyone. I currently have Sprint with 4 lines and we do like them. I know that they are cheap, have descent 3G/4G speeds where available of course. I am wondering when my contract expires next year if I should stay with them and what else is out there value wise. Also is Sprint the only network that has free unlimited mobile to mobile on any network?
     

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    I don't know where you are from but I'm from Cincinnati and I have tried t-mobile, Cincinnati bell and even a little carrier called cricket. Sprint is the only carrier that I have found truly unlimited. And I do know that with Verizon u can have a pick 5 that u can call unlimited.
     
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    true. my first carrier was Cingular back before at&t bought them out. I never had any single problems. after a while I got tired of only having edge for data. so I then switched to Verizon. I loved Verizon. it was great having 3g everywhere I had signal. that lasted 2 years then our contract was up. we wanted more minutes but less month payment. so we switched to Sprint and so far I am happy. I am surprised that spring is the only carrier to offer unlimited any mobile anytime. its great. but sprints coverage is very limited.
     
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    If you are happy with the service and what you are paying then it wouldn't be worth switching. You will probably end up regretting it.
     
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    Ok thank you. I have been fairly happy with Sprint especially now that I have an unofficial 4G coverage area. Makes it worth it for me due to very slow 3G.
     

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