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Huawei Ascend II on Straight Talk (CDMA-S)

Discussion in 'Straight Talk' started by droidcaptain, Jul 30, 2012.

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On a scale of 0-100, how would you rate your overall experience with Straight Talk, inc. coverage?

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  1. droidcaptain

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    Is the coverage on the CDMA-S Androids from Straight Talk, in particular the Huawei Ascend II, the same as the coverage for the Boost CDMA phones? I am new here. I would really appreciate info ASAP, as I will make my purchase this coming Thursday. Thank you very much!!!
     

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    Yes, the ST Sprint phones are on the same network Boost runs on. Not sure I would switch from Boost to ST to stay on the same network. I think the data caps are higher on Boost.
     
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    Ty much. I won't be switching from Boost though. I am coming off a VZW contract. The reason I asked about Boost is because since it says on Boost's website that their CDMA coverage works at my address and other places I go, now I know that my new ST Droid will too.
     
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    The new LG Zip (L75C) is an ST droid that runs on the VZW network. Don't know your needs, but that may be an option if you need different coverage.
     
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    Ty...i called Sprint store in my area and gave them my ZIP. Said I was all good.
     
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    Really just one vote?
     

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