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Discussion in 'Sprint' started by Sept1967, Nov 22, 2015.

  1. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    No talk in here about these new plans (Tmobile, AT&T, Verizon ports)

    There is a feature I haven't seen before on PostPaid. I ported an unlocked Nexus 6 - stock, to the Sprint $40 /10GB plan.
    It was painful the first day, the new plans weren't in Sprints system until late in the day, but should be better now.
    It also includes native tethering on the plan. I am using it right now (usb) just from the built in phone menu.
    I will try Hotspot later too.

    I don't know if the AT&T or Verizon port plans include it. But for 10GB for $40, for 2 years, no contract, I wanted to try. I get good Sprint LTE in my area.
     

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  2. kate

    kate Dreaming of Bugdroid.
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  3. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    They did also include Metropcs and Cricket. But said their postpaid accounts. Which is stupid as they are both prepaid carriers.
     
  4. dan330

    dan330 Extreme Android User

    i sure hope sprint has actually made real strides in data speeds and network reliability.
    I don't want them to die... make a comeback!!!

    my sis works for them..
    and it is better to have GOOD competition.
     
  5. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    I was trying hard to be an "Uncarrier" fan. But they keep raising their prices (closer to AT&T and Verizon now) I need plans with more data, everyone includes unlimited voice/text.
    In my area, Tmobile gets faster speed, but not consistent (anywhere from 1.5 to 40) on bands 4 or 12.
    Sprint at times speedtests slower (5 to 25), but is always a faster ping, and more reliable.
     
  6. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    I was a long time Sprint customer (10 years plus), but moved my main line to Boost last year. Same signal, more data, less money, less BS.
    This last quarter is the first in 3 years, they added more lines then they lost. They are starting to realize they have to compete again - since they fell to #4 behind T-Mobile.
    I hope they stick around also.
     
  7. wuyiL

    wuyiL Member

    Sprint means Cricket and MetroPCS users could switch to Sprint to get "half" rate of AT&T and T-Mobile regular plans as well.
     
  8. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    PS when (if) you switch to Sprint under this promo,

    They don't know what plan you are on, and have no way of knowing (only the carrier). They ask you what plan you want to go to, under Sprint.

    So you can choose any tier - to cut your bill in half. Just saying.......
    I chose the $40 / 10GB plan - because they asked me which one I wanted during the port.
     
  9. la sal

    la sal Android Expert

    Be careful guys. My wife signed a lease which gave her unlimited data for $50 per month...because it was an iPhone. Over a year later, Sprint wants to raise the two year lease to $60 per month. The Sprint rep said they are trying to generate more revenue. Scum doesn't do it to new customers but to a seven year customer who has never went over 8GB in a month...while in a ****ing lease contract?

    I warned her about this shitty company but she did not listen.
     
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  10. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    Another addition to Cut Your Bill in Half. Not sure if everyone qualifies. But I received a letter from Sprint after porting my gf to them back in Nov. Said I can add another line, get the same pricing, without a port needed.

    So if I add my line to them, both lines are only $30 a month each, 10GB data each, w/ tethering-hotspot, price good for 2 years, no contract.

    I cant pass this up, the Dark Side is pulling me.........
     
  11. kate

    kate Dreaming of Bugdroid.
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    That is a great deal, do you know what the price is after 2 years?
     
  12. Sept1967

    Sept1967 Android Enthusiast
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    Probably depends on what data you want. Unlimited is still only $75 per phone.

    I swapped my Boost number over this morning, now both on Sprint. If their prices suck at the end of 2 years, I can always swap back to Boost.

    I just wanted better phone choices. Boost was great - service and price, coverage the same. If I had a way to get my gf's Nexus6 on Boost, I would be there still. Im eyeing a MotoX Pure myself.
     
  13. gopens

    gopens Member

    unlimited is 65 for the first line...45 for the second line, and 35 for each line thereafter. Add autopay and subtract 5 dollars per line.
     
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