These are the most recent forum messages posted by deval:
Even 20mbps is a god-send for folks who live in areas which lack competition. I would gladly take 20mbps wireless over 1.5mbps DSL.
Re: Not smart
Or fixed wireless (WiMAX)? This is a great way to use some of the excess spectrum and offer customers a true "broadband" replacement.
Finally catching up...
Sounds like Sprint's Network Vision plan and T-Mobile's Network Modernization plan...good luck!
Re: 8 months later
If you were rooted, you would have ICS on the Epic Touch months ago.
I was just going off my experience...I work for Sprint, and know people who use iDen devices, and I hear a difference between iDen and CDMA (Sprint). :) All good though, I do agree with you on that, AT&T coverage here in NYC is...
The whole dispatched-based thing works but try making a voice call on it. Sounds like a tin can on a string. The network was never intended to be used as a voice call, and don't even get me started on the data...WiDen? LOL...4 channels used to get a blazing 100kbit/s :) I think the future/evolution of PTT will be the feature adds, the Push-to-X features, and not necessarily the PTT.
Yep, Nextmail works on any Sprint phone...take a look: http://nextmail.org/
Re: When will Microsoft get it together?
Personally I think Microsoft is taking their time with the OS, and trying not to go the Android route with 10000 different devices in 100000 different flavors. Having it all standardized is a giant step forward, and will only get better as time goes on. I agree with the whole lack of 4G statement, but in my experience, it's great when you have it, but not mission critical. I rather take a solid OS which is new and different, than ...
Re: It Is Good To Be A Sprint/Clearwire Customer.
Yep, Sprint customers have been able to data roam on Verizon in many markets for a while, the difference being it's 2G roaming, and not 3G. With the Alltel roaming agreement, we get 3G roaming, unless I'm mistaken...either way, WIN 8)