You get what you pay for!
It doesn't matter if Sprint has "unlimited" data and there prices are lower as at least for me, I couldn't even do web searches with the data service, and most of the time wouldn't connect at all, laughable except I was paying for this!. Back to Verizon, it isn't low cost, but it always works.
Well it depends on area. They are showing they can outperform the others in some markets but have not completed the rollout.
Sprint is showing better performance in their home market...
I use over 10GB/month and get 6-20Mbps consistently, up to 30. The new triband network can 60+. When they get 800mhz out more broadly, they'll compete better with ATT/VZW on coverage. Overall I wouldn't recommend Sprint until they complete the rollout.
|reply to guppy_fish |
Did you try any other carriers in your area?
|reply to xenophon |
Yes, they can outperform my 300 baud Commodore modem in my area, by a hair--that is if you can get a signal.
Clinton Township, MI