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stridr69

join:2003-05-19
San Luis Obispo, CA

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Ahhh, yesss....

nothing like living life via SprintSpeed. Here in the Federation Outpost of San Luis Obispo, CA., there is no other cellular operator here that offer's 3G service. Verizon "has" said:"3G is comming..", and I heard that line of B.S. 3 years ago. And I left. ATT? not. T_mobile? Nada. CellularOne? Nope.
If Sprint get's their customer service act together(I have NO problems) as well as the Nextel debacle, then I see the other two(sorry T-Mobile, you're out of the mix here) start offering what Sprint already offers.
No Caps.



Moon1234

@tds.net

Sprint is definitly the best network out there for power users. They go out of their way in Wisconsin to setup data roaming agreements with other carriers to cover dead spots. They have expanded their EVDO service to cover much of the populated areas where they have spectrum.

I have a PDA phone that I use for just e-mail and attachments and some on phone web browsing. I average between 700mb and 3GB per month depending on how heavy my use is.

Sprint has never bothered me about data usage. I think their customer service has been great. Their prices are stellar if you use a promotional or employee referral plan. How many other carriers offer a $30 plan that includes:

- 500 Anytime minutes
- Unlimited Data (Including romaing)
- Unlimited text messaging
- Unlimited MMS
- Unlimited night and weekend calls starting at 7pm.
- Unlimited Sprint to Sprint calls
- Discount on the phone/PDA of your choice.

Verizon and ATT would cost more for their base package without data even using employee discounts. I don't work for Sprint, but I sure try to sell them to my family and friends.