I apologize, I reread the statement above and thought it was you. I was referring to the post that said they were forcing it to roam. This wasn't you who said that. Small claims court still requires proof of damages. I am not sure what damages you would claim if Sprint canceled your account, as there are other providers. I think it would be an uphill battle. They may reimburse you for the phone you purchased, but that's about it.
In the contract that I signed with sprint it says roaming is unlimited both on the website and on my bill. I would sue Sprint for damages that resulted in me having to switch to another carrier and having to pay more per month and not get same type of unlimited plan as I had with Sprint.
Oh ok. Does our contract support that as well? I hardly roam, or even use 3g for that matter. I try to use much wifi as possible. 3g in my parts is a joke now. When I first got the EVO, it was very quick. Now, it takes forever to bring up a webpage, even in its mobile format.