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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by crow11ad, Aug 12, 2010.

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What will you be getting

  1. Still going with Epic

    76.7%
  2. Going for the EVO

    11.7%
  3. Getting another android

    1.7%
  4. Staying with my current phone

    8.3%
  5. Leaving Sprint

    1.7%
  1. crow11ad

    crow11ad Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    What will you be getting? I am still going with the Epic and got it on preorder.
     


  2. 5Strong

    5Strong Member

    I'm still going with the Epic, but I will be looking to purchase through one of the third party vendors. I want to avoid the $100 rebate waiting game since this is going to cost me an additional $50. In the end I guess the $50 really makes little difference to me since I am porting my number from Verizon. I'm looking forward to the lower monthly cost of ownership after being raped for the past 6 years.
     
  3. toomuchgame441

    toomuchgame441 Android Expert

    Still getting it but I'm waiting for a deal and I may possibly buy it off contract
     
  4. icemanjs4

    icemanjs4 Member

    Hell at this point I've been waiting fir this phone for so long I just want to buy it and be done with it.
     
  5. ragnarokx

    ragnarokx Well-Known Member

    Still getting the Epic. The extra $50 doesn't bother me nearly as much as some people who've posted about it.
     
  6. plainbrad

    plainbrad Member

    I'm on the fence. $250 is more than I was expecting. I think I am staying with my current phone and hoping for a job promotion or the price to go down.
     
  7. Nightfury82

    Nightfury82 Newbie

    How about an undecided option? I'm still going to wait for the reviews.
     
  8. chasers

    chasers Well-Known Member

    still getting it. price doesnt phase me at all. its gonna be well worth it.
     
  9. crow11ad

    crow11ad Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    Yes I forgot to put it in there...so we can say "staying with my current phone" can be the undecided option.
     
  10. MissJennell

    MissJennell Android Enthusiast

    I will be going Epic. Why should $50 deter me?
     
  11. DonB

    DonB ♡ Truth, Justice and the American Way !! ♡ ™
    Moderator

    I am still getting the Epic in a couple of months, I want to see the support they give on this phone, also want to see if the GPS works as I read other Samsung Galaxy S have GPS issues and they have not been addressed. so will give it a little time first to see. ;)
     
  12. MissJennell

    MissJennell Android Enthusiast


    They are actually being addressed as I type this.
     
  13. Adrift

    Adrift Android Enthusiast

    Samsung has already announced they are working on the issue, and to expect a fix sometime next month.
     
  14. Which means what? Absolutely nothing.

    http://androidforums.com/samsung-ep...s-issues-all-galaxy-s-phones.html#post1341636

    But in the meantime, they are releasing a defective phone, and anyone vocal about them releasing a defective phone- well, we already know you can't maturely handle those who would say the phones are defective.

    Welcome to the world of being wrong and making excuses. I called this.
     
  15. cbanks

    cbanks Newbie

    A new carrier? :thinking:

    Seriously. Sprint is gouging at $249.99. Not to mention the $69.99 plan requirement + $10 4G charge.

    4G is unimpressive. We have it. I've speed tested it in a store. Yawn.

    I'm considering an EVO but good luck getting one.

    My contract isn't up until October. If I could switch carriers today I probably would bail to Verizon. If I can get my hands on an EVO or Epic for $199 I might stay though Verizon service is cheaper (I get a 15% discount).
     
  16. cbanks

    cbanks Newbie

    It means buy our phone now. Trust us we'll fix it later. Fix it real good. Really. :rolleyes:
     
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  17. SamsungVibrant

    SamsungVibrant Android Expert

    how did verizon rape you? i was considering switching over to verizon from t-mobile, please do tell of your experience.
     
  18. paul1956

    paul1956 Newbie

    Pre-ordered at Best Buy on Saturday!
     
  19. miamithrice

    miamithrice Newbie

    Explain. If your sole argument is "every other cool phone is selling at 199.99", save it.

    Good luck paying anything under $100/month for equivalent verizon service.
     
  20. miamithrice

    miamithrice Newbie

    I will be purchasing the Epic at full price.
     
  21. andross77

    andross77 Well-Known Member

    ROFL, there is no way EQUIVALENT Verizon service is cheaper with a 15% discount! You are a LIAR! Don't give me the "450 min, no texts, $30 for data plan either." You must have unlimited texts, unlimited data and basically unlimited voice (so i will give you the first tier voice plan that includes any 5 numbers on a single line even though it's not near as good as anymobile anytime).

    Calculate that plan with a 15% discount and you will be above the $69.99 EPRP plan on Sprint that INCLUDES the $10/mo 4G charge.

    Ignorant consumers that just want to bash a company....whatcha gonna do with em?? :rolleyes:
     
  22. ben7337

    ben7337 Well-Known Member

    Hey, people aren't being ignorant. They all just have different needs. Look at what sprint offers, tons of features, Free GPS, free sprint TV, unlimited mobile to mobile, etc. However if you rarely talk on your phone, verizon's 450 min plan is essentially the same as sprint's. I can say with 100% honesty, based on my own personal needs from a phone provider, that an individual sprint plan is $87/month before taxes (69.99 + 4g fee + $7 TEP plan) and verizon on a single plan would be $60 (unlimited txting and 450 mins phone) + $30 unlimited data + $7 full protection plan $90/month. However since I am in NJ where a vast majority of people have verizon, including my sister, if I get verizon I can go on a family plan, which would allow the monthly costs to be exactly the same on verizon as sprint. both would be $80/month for service plus $7 protection plans. Yes there are differences in the plans, and yes everyone has different needs and situations. However as far as I am concerned, sprint and verizon cost the same. AT&T is the expensive one with poor coverage, and Tmobile just isn't an option due to crappy phones and the fact that they don't even exist in the state I go to college in.

    I will say that the comparisons I seem some people on these forums make trying to compare plans is ridiculous, how they put a $10 gps fee on at&t but not verizon, especially when it is pointless because android doesn't even require you to pay for those silly carrier gps plans when they have google navigation. However just because it is cheaper for you, doesn't mean it is cheaper for everyone. I think we all just need to stop saying our opinions on carrier pricing, because it is all just a big waste of time.
     
  23. andross77

    andross77 Well-Known Member

    Unless i'm missing something, 60+30+7=97, not 90. But your points are well taken. Because people's needs are different they should say THIS particular carrier is best for me BECAUSE i only need such and such. But when people make blanket statements such as, "Verizon is just as cheap as Sprint" they are being deceitful and not presenting a clear picture of the situation.

    I could care less, Sprint will save me and my wife money and we will be able to make video calls :) Plus when we add kids to the lines and they want "cool data phones" we will only pay $15 each for them instead of $10 +$30 for each of them.
     
  24. mattism78

    mattism78 Well-Known Member

    I'm still anxiously awaiting the arrival of my Epic. I'm currently on AT&T on a low tier family plan. My wife and I both have iPhones. It STILL comes out to close to $100 a line. When I went and test drove the Droid X for a day my estimated bill was $100 a month. That's with VERY minimal talk time.

    On Sprint I'll be getting 25% off a month PLUS the initial cost of the plan is lower. Pretty easy decision for me. Now if I could just get my wife off he iCrack:p
     
  25. Adrift

    Adrift Android Enthusiast

    Yeah... Video Calls... *wink**wink*

    Lol, just messin with yah.
     

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