These are the most recent forum messages posted by Dreyfous23:
Re: We were one of the first to have Wi-MAX, so why the delay with LTE?
You seem to think those areas are more important than the SF Bay Area and the Silicon Valley. You'll get your LTE in due time.
Re: Medium-Sized Cities
Simply put, why would you put new and untested equipment in a large market with the greater chance to fail? When you can first launch in smaller markets and fine tune the process. Sprint is doing a great job with building out their LTE network.
Re: Absolutely beautiful
Why would you want that amazing phone on At&t's crappy network?
Yeah, because the Orioles being in the playoff race is so boring right now...
Re: I was about to comment this.
Except for the fact that Adobe will no longer be updating Flash and it's become a aging format.
Re: Translation of:
Apple needs to whine less and innovate more. :twisted:
Re: Battery Life
I just gone mine this past Monday night but I get a solid day's charge so far. I usually leave my house at 7 and get home at 6 with around 20% charge left.
Re: CONFLICTED... EVO LTE Now or iPhone 5 Later?
Hi there! I too had an Evo for 18 months and just upgrade to my Evo 4G LTE this past Monday night. I also have an Samsung Galaxy S 4G on Verizon from work. I have to say that HTC has done a great job with ICS and I enjoy my Evo 4G more than the Galaxy S 4G. Granted no LTE yet with the Evo, I have yet to drop below 4 bars of 3G connectivity in the SF ...
The EVO 4G LTE on Sprint doesn't have one. Sad Panda Face.
Re: Say It's Not So.
I'm in the same boat as you John and I too will be upgrading to this phone when it comes out. I have the Galaxy S 4G with Verizon for work and have decided to past on the Galaxy S 3 with Sprint for this phone. I enjoyed my Evo to much to pass up on this beauty of a phone for Sprint.
Re: Get outta my way!!!!! I'm in line here!!!
Same here Jay!
Re: job creation?
northeast said: Then again, CWA probably has its own agenda. Yeah, lining their pockets with large sums of money.
Re: Please don't get me started
This falls under the 5th amendment you F'ing idiot. No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor ...
Samsung Epic Remake?
Looks like Sprint's Samsung Epic sans WiMax with Verizon's LTE. 2 year old phone recycling?
What a waste.
The current law, which was set in 1991, prevents auto-dialing and robocalls to cellular devices. At the time, the law was put in place to protect consumers from the high per-minute cost of mobile calls. Now, lawmakers believe the reasoning behind the law is moot and prevents businesses from contacting their customers regarding important notices and information. Specifically, H.R. 3035 -- also called the Mobile Informational Call Act of 2011 -- looks to amend the Communications Act of 1934 ...
Re: Yet another sign
Bust out the tin foil hat Jellz! :lol:
Re: Why would MS get paid for selling an Android phone and not a Windows phone?
I think it has to do with this: Together with the license agreement signed last year with HTC, today's agreement with Samsung means that the top two Android handset manufacturers in the United States have now acquired licenses to Microsoftâ€™s patent portfolio. I think this gives HTC/Samsung patent protection against Apple's litigations if I'm reading this correctly.
Good for you Verizon
I'm glad to see that one of the service providers is stepping into this ridiculous lawsuit happy environment and actually sticking up for the consumers. Yes, Verizon is protecting it's future assets and interests in the matter. Yet, Verzion makes that point that competition is good for the market. If only they would same the same about the At&t and T-Mobile merger. But that's another story. I'm glad that one of the carriers finally spoke up about the issue.
Re: There goes HP...
Rhymes with runt? /;| :lol:
John B. I felt the same way but I also feared that HP was just buying a competitor to just get them out of the way with the way the handle this entire mess.
Indeed this is awesome but any savy smartphone user has a locking code to their phone. Pleeding the 5th and not reveling your unlocking stopped them for going any futher than them exploring the data on your SD card.
Why another mobile OS when they are already enjoying success with Andriod and WP7? Why not continue to work on those? I'm not saying there isn't room for more OS's but at the same time, it becomes pointless or at least in my opinion to have multiple OS's for the same products. Having owned products myself with iOS, Andriod and Windows. I know personally I would prefer one universal program than multiple programs on multiple devices. I might not ...
Re: question posed
A company like Comcast could have interest. They're in talks with Sprint about buying out the rest of Clearwire after all.
Re: I call B.S. on this one!
Same, it seems to me anyone born after '89 are complete idiots for the most part.
Re: How in the !* can this merger creat jobs???
I find it funny that At&t has stated during all this mess that they don't have the capital to deploy an LTE network as strong as the one proposed by this merger. But they sure do have capital to pay off Bobble headed Congressmen to read off a script and write letters to Obama... :roll:
Re: Why does everyone assume: either ATT merger or T-Mobile wont exist?
tomarro12 said: Do you realize what the real scenario needs to be? Any carrier that uses GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA+/LTE can combine with T-Mobile. Verizon-not even close Sprint-Junk again never going to happen. T-mobile came to ATT to buy them. No one else wanted them. Sprint is whinning, and hoping for a good chunk without paying any extra money. Att and T-Mobile are on the same spectrum. Stop being tards. Actually, you're wrong. It was reported on this site that Sprint made a bid ...
Re: Statement from Sprint
This violates the law in California when it comes to returns. It's a business law here in California that customers have 30 days to return an item they dislike. Will this apply in California?
Re: so my iPhone 4G will work right?
LOL :lol: But on a serious note, I'm highly disappointed that both At&t and Verizon didn't include the SF Bay Area/Silicon Valley in their initial launches of LTE.
Still cheaper than their monthly Blackberry plan which is $60 a month. Not doing any justice for BB I see.
Re: As A Bus Driver and a Business Owner
Still doesn't dismiss the fact that drivers of larger vehicles should be paying attention to the road 100% of the time. I agree, it should be a 100% ban across the board for all drivers. Cellphone usage should be restricted to Bluetooth usage. I'm from California and we already have laws in place but because the fine is so low, people still gab away on their phones. I personally believe it should be a fine in excess of $1000 ...
Re: Another Thing That Speaks For Itself
They ain't called GhetroPCS for nothing out here in California. :roll: :lol:
Re: Your right! DAMN!
Sprint made a good offer before AT&T came in and offered more. I wouldn't count Sprint out of it but then again Sprint is on the up tick and may no longer considered buying Tmo no more. If they can work out a deal with the likes of Comcast to buy out the rest of Clearwire, I would see that partnership streamlining Sprint full speed ahead.
Amen to that mdana07! It's crazy to see MaBell trying to rebuild what was broken up back in the 80's. 30 years removed isn't long enough of a time span for people to forget their Monopoly ways of the past.
Re: If DT wants out of the U.S., maybe U.S. Cellular could find a way to take TMO over?
Thank you Voice of Reason. :oops:
Re: Solution for AT&T
All carriers offer different free stuff like credits and phones...
Best statement ever John B! :lol:
Re: How interesting...
He doesn't seem to understand that the concern isn't about price hikes as much as the lack of national competition. AT&T is slowly rebuilding their Monopoly of a company that was broken up back in the 80's. It was a bad thing back then and it'll be just as bad if this merger is allowed.
Re: If DT wants out of the U.S., maybe U.S. Cellular could find a way to take TMO over?
Where do you get 5 to 6 million? Not saying I believe the OP's claim but neither can I believe your numbers out of nowhere as well.
Re: Not to be a party popper but...
This is a dumb statement Polterchrist as we all know that AT&T will be shedding jobs that will overlap with the merger. And 9 out of 10 times it will be the TMO employees losing their job before an AT&T employee does.
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