reply to Seaboogers
Re: Material Change in Terms
said by Seaboogers:Even with the changes, Sprint deals are still better. But, of course, coverage is an issue and if that doesn't work for you where you live and travel, then don't use them.
Sprint...you think you're annoyed with the loss of subs in the past...get ready for even more bailing now that you're just Verizon/ATT with worse coverage.
On another note, if the unlimited plans aren't getting Sprint more users, it would be stupid to not charge more(assuming of course that doesn't lose them customers). The whole idea is to maximize revenues and profits and if unlimited doesn't do that, then they SHOULD charge more and get rid of unlimited plans.
Los Angeles, CA
Problem is, with the increase in price and decrease in service, paying $10/month more for better network performance/coverage/etc. starts to be a valid option even for the budget-minded. I might join substandard network for a bill reduction of 30% or more, but when we're talking about a 5% or less difference in price...eh, I may very well bail.