| |SeleniaI love DebianPremium
You guys are overreacting As much as I hate Sprint's network this does not seem to be a move of greed on their part. It seems to be an actual attempt at alleviating congestion on their putrid Network since they only limit speed and charge no overages. Not like many Sprint customers would notice anyways, for many it would be an upgrade. This traffic management might be worth it, if it improves this situation in the interim, before upgrades from Softbank can be brought live(hopefully purchases of better spectrum. T-Mobile eliminated their throttle when they got more built out capacity-wise. Sprint may do the same if they get the abysmal network under control. Then, hopefully, more robustly built out using Soft bank cash. I would pull for Sprint as Verizon and At&t are the only decent networks for my area. I personally prefer AT&T for good customer service and an HSPA that covers more area than VZ LTE, which frequently falls back to CDMA speeds in areas right around me(1xRTT or EVDO Rev A yuck!). They are overpriced though and VZ is even worse. Would be nice if Sprint could get serious enough to bring pricing pressure to bear on the market. Even someone else. The more, the merrier! As to the Sprint brand, it makes business sense to throttle that last. Otherwise they would see more churn from postpaid to prepaid than they already have from people trying to dodge the throttling.
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