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Hating on sprint

Discussion in 'Boost Mobile' started by DirtyDee, Nov 19, 2014.

  1. DirtyDee

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    So I been working at a Boost for a month now and its made me really dislike sprint service.

    No one gets good speeds, the 100 off promotion is great but people still hate boost in my area. So often I have to recite my speech for why it blows, for why they can't get unlimited high speed.

    Why is Detroit so late to the spark party? Are we not worth it...also not getting on sprint until I see a change.
     

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    Here in Chicago we have fairly decent speeds for the price we pay. I don't expect to pay $40 / month and get some $110 AT&T speeds (which are fast, but not fast enough to compare with data limit and price)

    I have a boost phone, I can talk on the phone, text my friends, listen to music while on the road, what more do I need?
     
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    I wouldn't say you're late, so far only 37 cities have Sprint Spark coverage.

    Looks like Band 41 is currently being deployed around Detroit so Spark is coming.
     
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    Considering how large a Detroit market is and how lackluster the roll outs been for us
     

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